I am Kent Wedding Photographer and my name is Brett O’Connell. My photography business Monkeepuzzle Photography is based in Goodnestone near Canterbury and I specialise in documentary style wedding photography for couples mainly in the south east but i”m happy to travel throughout the UK or abroad.
Being an established wedding photographer I have covered many wedding venues in Kent including popular destinations such as Cooling Castle Barn, Upnor Castle, Mount Ephraim, Leeds Castle, Shepherd Neame Brewery, Swarling Manor, The Thatched Barn, Hempsted House, Broome Park Country Golf Club, The Barnyard, Little Silver Country Hotel, Preston Court, Hayne Barn House and Kent Life amongst many others.
Wedding photography has changed dramatically in the last 10 years, from a rigid posed structure with traditional style pictures to a documentary style telling the story of the day naturally. I embraced this documentary style and pride myself on capturing the narrative of your special day while remaining unobtrusive but observant.
Previous clients have commented that I am an extremely approachable wedding photographer with a very friendly nature. My pricing structure is transparent with no hidden costs so you can budget for exactly the coverage you require.
I can cover your wedding day from the bride getting ready up to the first dance or beyond, or if you prefer, just for a few hours to capture the ceremony and some classic pictures after.
Your images will be loaded onto a USB stick copyright free with no restrictions. Your pictures initially are uploaded to Monkeepuzzle Photography Facebook page for viewing. To view some of my previous clients comments visit the testimonials page.
As an experienced wedding photographer I can discuss in depth at the consultation stage your ideas and chosen length of coverage. I will then advise on what I feel you need and what to expect at your chosen venue. Recently I have found this to be an invaluable process and clients appreciate the advice given to them. This allows their wedding day to be recorded in detail ensuring the day is captured in the way they envisage.