Behind the lens
My name is Steven Cameron and I am a documentary wedding photographer based in Scotland. I consider myself extremely lucky to be able to call wedding photography my job and am incredibly passionate about it.
There is no better feeling than watching the reaction of my couples when they see their wedding photos for the first time. Knowing that my images will be cherished by my couples for a lifetime really is what makes this job so special. Through creative eyes, imagination and an artistic vision, my job is to capture the story of your special day by freezing those precious moments.
I love meeting new people and enjoy the process of building a relationship with my clients. My professional yet friendly nature allows me to make my couples feel at ease. Helping my couples feel comfortable in front of the camera helps me capture the best possible images.
I always challenge myself in everything I do whether it is work or personal life, I Like to push myself to my limits. I regularly participate in events such as Tough Mudder and try to keep myself as fit as possible through cycling, going to the gym and mountain climbing.
In April 2018 I walked The Great Highland Way – completing the 96 miles hike in 6 days in every possible weather condition from sun on the first day to wild camping on the mountains in the snow a couple of days later. I have booked up for my 7th Tough Mudder event in June 2020. My greatest challenge will be in February 2020 where I will attempt to climb the worlds largest free standing mountain – Kilimanjaro.
Taking photos is my passion, especially at weddings where each couple is different and every wedding tells its own story. I thrive on the excitement of the big day, and love to capture the smiles, excitement, joy and emotion of the bride, groom and their family and friends.
As a documentary wedding photographer based in Scotland not only am I lucky enough to photograph weddings throughout Scotland but also weddings all over the UK. I am also available for overseas destination weddings.