Hello and thank you for visiting Aaron Jeffels Photography. I am a wedding and portrait photographer based in Guisborough, Teesside and I cover throughout the North East and North Yorkshire, but I also travel further when asked.
I am a husband (I know how stressful weddings are), I’m a dad (I know how stressful kids are), and I’m the owner of two crazy dogs (don’t ask).
Before I started my life as a wedding photographer, I was an aircraft mechanic in the Royal Navy. I joined because I loved the outdoors, to travel and a sense of adventure. I love being on the road, seeing new places and meeting new people. It’s this love for finding out what is around the next corner that led me to photography.
My main style of photography for weddings and portraits is very relaxed and fun. I don’t believe we need to pose people, more just a little gentle guidance and let people’s emotions shine through. I am a firm believer that people don’t get married to have their photo taken!
As I am a lover of the outdoors, when photographing weddings, I always try and make the couple a part of the landscape. The North is blessed with some of the most beautiful views in the country, whether it be the rolling hills of the North Yorkshire Moors when they are covered in purple heather, or the dramatic Northumberland coastline with the North Sea pounding against its cliffs. Why wouldn’t you want that as a backdrop to your photographs?
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