Aaron Jeffels Wedding Photographer - Teesside - North Yorkshire
Hello, I am Aaron and I love wedding photography, I also love people watching. It is this love that has shaped my photography style. I don’t think wedding photography should be about standing around for hours taking photographs, I also don’t think wedding photography should be forced or created like a magazine or Pinterest board.
If you are looking for something a little quirky, maybe a little different and the thought of someone telling you to look into your partners eyes and tell them you love them makes you gag, then you’ve come to the right place.
We don’t do that nonsense here!
I photograph real people, making memories, having an awesome time
So What Should Wedding Photography Be?
Wedding photography for me should be fun, simple, exciting, truthful, but most importantly it should tell a story about your wedding day.
What I try to do is blend my passion of wedding photography and people watching to try and create real and authentic moments from the people I am photographing.
NOTHING is staged! What happens on the day is what you get in your photos, I just try and add my unique twist on your wedding photos. If theres a child at the front of the church crying then thats just as important to me as any other photo. These are the moment that make up your big day and when you put all these special moments together, thats when you get your story!
There is nothing more natural than a happy, loving couple on their wedding day.
I am based in Guisborough, Redcar and Cleveland, but I cover just about anywhere. If you are having a North East Wedding in Middlesbrough, Stockton on Tees or Newcastle and need a photographer then thats not a problem. York? Give me a call. Scarborough? Yep…Darlington, Ripon, Thirsk, Leeds, sure why not. Places aren’t important to me and I’m happy to travel, its your special day that takes me there.
My family portrait photography is treated in the same way as I photograph everything else, with authenticity!
I am a firm believer in capturing the real life, the now and the real. I use to photograph families and children in my studio in Guisborough, but I never felt a connection with the photos or the people. I think its because people and especially children want to be them selfs. People don’t want to be posed! They want to be free to enjoy them selfs, and what better way when photographing children than to let them get messy and explore.
I promise every one who I work with that you will get better photos!
You just have to let go a little and have a good time.