Chester and North Wales Wedding Photographer
Hi and thanks for dropping by my site! If you’ve come this far, then chances are you have recently got engaged! Congratulations!! I’m Rich Miller, a Wedding Photographer based in North Wales but I cover weddings anywhere in the world from Chester to Australia. (Well hopefully one day). Photography is in my life every single day, whether it be capturing memories on a grand wedding day, or snapping on my phone..My little girl is usually my main model. Living in North Wales, I am very lucky to have so many stunning landscapes on my doorstep and I am a massive geek and love nailing a landscape shot during my downtime!
I have a portfolio which includes weddings, portraits, landscapes, commercial images and parties & events from all over North Wales, Chester, Wrexham & The North West.
<—- Yep thats my mug there! As you can probably tell, I hate having my photo taken! I’m much better behind the lens.
Quality, Unique and Unobtrusive Wedding Photography…
You might already have some ideas for your wedding photography and already have an epic sized Pinterest board. It may feature a Royal Wedding or even a stunning Santorini roof top wedding. Whatever your dreams are, it is important to know you are hiring a experienced professional photographer to have every aspect covered and every memory captured.
I established my business back in 2012 and have since shot hundreds of amazing weddings up and down the country. My time and experience so far photographing weddings has led me to capture thousands of peoples happy moments, whether it be rain, shine, snow and anything else mother nature wishes to throw at us!
I offer wedding photography packages which cover an entire day from bridal prep to first dance to make sure a moment isn’t missed. However, this can be tailored for short notice and low season bookings.
I have been fortunate enough to be a regular photographer at some of North Wales and Chester’s most prestigious wedding venues such as Soughton Hall, Tyn Dwr Hall, Oddfellows, Tower Hill Barns and Peckforton Castle. I must admit though, I do love a DIY wedding with a tee-pee in the middle of a random field!