THE WOMAN BEHIND THE CAMERA
I'm Tasha, the twenty-something redhead behind Opperhill Photography.
While I've lived all over the UK, I have chosen the North-West (in Cheshire to be exact) as my home, and this is where I live with my husband, baby girl, and two cats.
I love to spend my free time going for walks in the countryside, trying out the latest new food/drink place, bouldering or just grabbing a takeaway and watching Netflix with the hubby!
NOT JUST A WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHER
Having worked in the wedding industry for years, I just LOVE weddings. I love hearing about all the details, from choosing the food to what songs you will be dancing the night away to! I get invested in you and your big day, because to me, every wedding is special, unique and I love to celebrate that.
Wedding planning can be stressful, there is a lot to do and remember! So I try and keep things as simple and easy as possible, no hidden costs or clauses. Each couple gets my full attention, from getting to know you to giving helpful advice i've picked up along the way.
I work closely with my couples to document all the little details and important moments to them. I try to melt into the background, so I can capture natural, authentic, real moments. This unposed approach is something my couples love, and if you like what you've read, get in touch!
1 // Fill out my contact form
Tell me all about yourselves and your wonderful wedding plans! I will send you an email with the link to my full pricing brochure, filled with lots of useful information, FAQs and of course, my packages.
2 // Let's chat
We can arrange to have a chat over the phone or Zoom if you'd like so you can tell me all about your wedding plans
3 // Booking you in
When you're ready to book I'll send you a link where you can select your package and any add-ons, sign the contract and pay a 25% deposit. Once you're all booked in I'll send you a welcome guide packed full of wedding planning tips, recommended suppliers and advice from years working in the wedding industry!
Ready to join the Opperhill Photography gang?