The Mill Barns

A stunning waterfront setting, with aged woodland gardens, and a space that is completely yours - what is there not to love about The Mill Barns. A venue The Mill Barns Wedding Photographers Stuart James loves working at.

The Mill Barns Wedding Photographers

The Mill Barns Wedding Photographer

If you’ve ended up on this page, then I assume there’s a good chance you’re looking for a wedding photographer for your Mill Barns wedding, so welcome, congratulations on your upcoming wedding, and for choosing one of the most popular venues!

The Mill Barns is one of the most dramatic and stunning wedding venues, with a dual aspect waterfront setting, vaulted ceilings, and incredible private space, no matter the season, the weather, or the size of your wedding, The Mill Barns is amazing!

Having worked at The Mill Barns in every season, we know how to make the most of the venue, and would love to discuss your ideas!

Creative Mill Barns Wedding Photographers

With a style based upon Documentary Photography, but not forgetting natural relaxed portraits, creating beautiful images of you both looking your most perfect, but ensuring you have all the time you need with your friends and family whilst I capture the story of your day. Never shooting from the sidelines, I always immerse myself in the wedding and the moment, being a part of the day with you all, allowing me to capture the truly wonderful story from within.

I would love to hear about your plans, and to discuss how I could be a part of your day. If you’d like to talk please do not hesitate to get in touch by email or call the studio.

Featured wedding from The Mill Barn Wedding Photographers Stuart James

Featured wedding from Mill Barns Wedding Photographers Stuart James

Latest Weddings from The Mill Barns Wedding Photographers Stuart James

 

Engagement Photography

Engagement Photography

Engagement photography is something I love! It builds a bond between me and my clients, brings out their best, and produces great photos!
Here are a few favourites and ideas from recent shoots…but the question is of course, where would you have yours?