Mark Seymour

Mark Seymour was the first UK photographer to be awarded a double fellowship for documentary photography ( akin to 3 michelin stars in the restaurant world ). Developing his own recognisable documentary wedding photography style with beautiful Black and White images with an emphasis on observation; capturing storytelling moments that are full of emotion, that tell the unique story of your perfect day. Mark was invited to Jimmy Choo’s London store to photograph him with his beautiful couture shoes, and the portrait is now held at National Portrait Gallery archive in London. His work has been published by many magazines and had exhibitions at Windsor’s Manley’s Art Gallery in conjunction with Rhubarb and Custard, Tapestry in Soho, with The Hope Foundation he exhibited at the Virgin Money Lounge in London and most recently he had an exhibition to raise awareness for Alzheimer’s at the oldest Knightsbridge Gallery, Andipa, which got world-wide media attention.
I love to travel of the beaten track with camera in hand photographing people stories in India, Myanmar and Vietnam.”