21A Church Road
TEL: 0151 625 1266
One of the region’s most respected photography duos, Dave and Sandy offer an award-winning mix of talent, creativity and contemporary flair. A firm favourite with couples and fellow wedding industry suppliers alike, the passionate pair have been producing stunning wedding photography and engagement shoots both at home and abroad for over seventeen years.
Famed for their super-relaxed approach, Sandy’s extraordinary eye for detail and Dave’s ‘big-picture’ vision is the perfect combination for couple’s looking for something a bit special on their big-day.
Their impressive portfolio of magical weddings cover a huge variety of venues, themes and looks. Unobtrusive yet passionate about capturing ‘your story’ team Pixsmith’s will ensure your day is all about you. Their style, which is refreshingly relaxed and totally natural, will seek out those special little moments and capture the emotion of your big day as it unfolds.
Memories To Treasure
From beautifully boxed USB keepsakes to their range of quality albums, guest books and wall art; these guys are at the cutting edge when it comes to showcasing your beautiful day.
With quality that really speaks for itself, there is no ‘hard-sell’ with this lovely pair – just superb quality work and all the latest technology to making sharing your images with your nearest and dearest an absolute joy.
Tying The Knot Abroad?
These guys love to travel, explore and become part of your destination wedding crew!
Their passports are always at hand and they have enjoyed tonnes of adventures with their special couples across Europe and beyond.
‘Often, hotel or the destination wedding planner recommended photographer doesn’t always get the shots you hoped for, ‘said Sandy. ‘We are with our couples during the run up and post wedding too so we can ensure we don’t miss a sunset or stunning view so they get an amazing set of images. Going all that way and spending all that money on such a special adventure really warrants the best pictures and we are only too happy to oblige.’