The Two Photographers are Fran Radford & Karen Grace. We have been photographing together since 2012, creating stunning photos with a natural mix of spontaneous and softly posed photography. We have wedding clients spanning Hertfordshire, The Home Counties, Europe and as far afield as Australia.
Making you feel at ease on your wedding day is paramount. We want to reassure you that you're in safe hands with us and our years of experience guiding wedding couples through their day.
We want your wedding photography to reflect how you feel about each other, how you celebrate with your family and friends, all in the knowledge that your memories will be captured beautifully for you to treasure for years to come.
Our elegant yet fun style takes cues from lifestyle and candid photography that we derive from using a mixture of either natural light or flash to create stunning imagery that gives a timeless look to our photography.
We hope you enjoy looking through our gallery and if you would like to discuss any details about your upcoming wedding day, please get in touch.
Karen is an established Photographer with over 13 years experience in documenting elegant Wedding photography in and around Hertfordshire.
Her creative background began in Australia studying design and photography before embarking on her travels across Europe and the UK.
Once settled in the UK, she managed a successful Photography Studio in Hertfordshire for 5 years. Karen’s work is regularly featured in national and regional press titles.
Fran has been a London based professional photographer for a number of years. A majority of his time has been spent in the advertising industry working around the world for well known clients in the fashion, technology and FMCG sector including Burberry, Sony, De Beers, and Apple.
Fran believes in using technology that enhances creative photography. This has led him to introduce green screen compositing for a number of our clients as well as becoming a fully CAA approved drone pilot, enabling him to capture that unique Wedding Day shot.
Instead of starting with colours, brides are coining words that express the kind of party they're throwing—like "rustic with a bit of romantic and a touch of retro"—and using that to communicate their vision.