Andrew Jackson Photography & Civil Partnerships

 

The sharp eyed amongst you will have spotted a gap in our beautiful website … namely, that there is very little mention of civil partnerships. So right from the start, can I say that if you are planning your civil partnership, we would be delighted to hear from you and that you’ll receive a very warm welcome.

Our approach to civil partnership photography is exactly the same as for a church wedding or civil ceremony: we’ll sit down with you and listen to the plans you are making for your big day, listen to what’s important and talk through how we can deliver great coverage without taking over the day. We accept commissions across the UK, but especially in Bath, Bristol & the Cotswolds. The initial consultation is absolutely without obligation, so do give us a call.

We would love to have a detailed civil partnership on the gallery but since 2005 when the new civil partnership rules were introduced, we’ve received very few enquiries, which is a great shame. The days we have been involved with have been great fun and a real pleasure, so we would love to do more and have a varied & interesting gallery available to view. So if you are planning your big day, do please check our availability & come and talk to us - it would be great to share your day with you.

 

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2 Comments

  1. Posted September 27, 2012 at 3:47 pm by Matt Evans | Permalink

    I am the “Matt” in the photos above. Gavin and I cannot recommend Andrew Jackson highly enough. We had the most wonderful civil partnership ceremony and reception at a venue in West London and the photos we got were simply fantastic. From the pre-ceremony photos (a few months earlier) to the big day itself, Andrew and his colleague Julian were unobtrusive, creative, highly skilled and exceeded our high expectations. They captured the entire day brilliantly.

    • Posted October 1, 2012 at 4:22 pm by Andrew | Permalink

      Hi Matt! Thanks so much for the post. It was a fab day; I saw the venue featured on TV a couple of weeks back and it brought back some great memories of your day – hope all is good with you both?