Welcome to Aaron Jeffels Photography, have a look around, browse my portfolio, read my blog or if you want to chat, send me a message.
When shooting a wedding, I want to to be fun and relaxed; I want to try and capture all those intimate and unique moments throughout your big day, without forcing it. I shoot with light and small equipment. I don't want to be shoving huge camera equipment in your face. How is any one meant to relax when that's happening. If you're anything like me the nerves will be sky high on the big day any way, I don't want to be adding to them.
I am based in the North East of England, but travel UK wide
I offer a various wedding packages to suit your needs. Please contact me so we can have a chat about your big day, then together we can chose the right package for you.
I also include a pre-wedding shoot; this is not mandatory but will help us both get to know one another, form a good relationship and hopefully dispel any nerves you may have in front of the camera.
All of your pre-shoot and wedding images are professionally edited and placed in a password protected online gallery for you to get a little sneak peek before your final set arrives.
When your images do arrive you will get a unique wooden USB with the full set of images on for you to print or share as you wish
You will receive a collection of prints ready for framing. All of this will arrive in a sealed wooden box.
I'm a wedding and portrait photographer based in the North East of England. I live in a town called Guisborough with my amazing wife, two beautiful daughters and two slightly mad huskies; Marsh and Lola. Photography for me started in my teens and I have been hooked ever since. I loved been outside and wanted to capture some of the views and sights that were around me. I quickly became disheartened with what I was seeing when I got home. I just couldn't understand why my images weren't coming out like the ones you see in magazines or online. A lot of research later, a kit upgrade and some serious leg work put in I was finally starting to see some progress. Just a simple image wasn't good enough though, I wanted people to feel what I was feeling when I took the image; I wanted to tell the story of the place. This is what led me to start photographing people and eventually weddings. What better story than a wedding, so naturally I wanted to tell it.