Choosing the right wedding photographer is extremely important. Following all your hard work and months of planning, you need to be sure that you have booked the right people to preserve those precious memories. Asking a non-professional relative or friend to do the photos may seem like a way to save money, but it’s a big risk for you and a big, stressful responsibility for them. Photographs are the one lasting record of the day, remember. Would you ask a relative or friend to cut your hair, or make your wedding dress or do the catering?
This is where we come in. Mason Harris Wedding Photography create beautiful, romantic images of your wedding in great light and great surroundings – tasteful and artistic images you will treasure for a lifetime. We also capture the joy, fun and spontaneity of your special day, and the many guests. We are organised and proactive, but never forget this is YOUR day. Furthermore, we are very flexible, offering everything from full-day shoots to just the service. We cover more specialist weddings and ceremonies, too, and Geoff is one of the very few specialist Pagan ceremony photographers in the country.
Mason Harris Photography are based in the South West of England, covering Bristol, Bath, Somerset, Wiltshire, Dorset and Devon and South Wales. We are happy to travel further afield or even abroad if necessary.
I’m an experienced film-maker, multi-media producer, writer and presenter.
After studying at Salisbury College of Art, I worked for the BBC in Bristol on a variety of documentary and Natural History programmes. In the early 1990s I produced films for a variety of charitable and corporate clients and believe every good film has, at its heart, a story that needs to be told.
My range of creative contacts has enabled me to produce a wide-variety of films, DVDs, podcasts, websites and digital productions for clients in the public and private sector.
I’m a Quaker and love using my creative skills to produce films to promote the work of Quakers in the world. My long term project is a study of Quaker poets and their poems about the landscape and spirit of place. I’ve just uploaded the first, Soft Engineering, based on a poem by the Suffolk Poet Kate Foley and am currently working with Roger Iredale, Philip Gross and Janet Nicolson Lailey