Best of 2018 | Will Fuller | London Wedding Photographer

2018 was another incredible year, and I can’t believe I’m already sat here half way through January in 2019. Before putting this post together I looked back on my Best of 2017 post as well, and I was happy to see that my photography style hasn’t changed all that much. I’ve been a photographer for quite a few years now, however these last two years I feel have been the ones where I’ve finally discovered my style, and have really honed in on the type of photography I want to create for my couples.

It’s definitely been a very busy year of travel. No overseas weddings in 2018, but I have been taken all over England and Wales, and also just over the border into Scotland (admittedly just to spend the night in a Premier Inn before crossing the border into England again for a wedding the next day!). I’ve loved discovering some new favourite parts of England that I would have rarely seen without doing this job. The Cotswolds, the South Coast, and the Lake District now all feel very familiar and I can’t wait to visit them all again in 2019 for some more amazing weddings. 2018 was also the year where I started doing a lot more work in London, and have thoroughly enjoyed exploring the city with couples. I think I spent more time in London last year, than the rest of my life combined!

I have always done a little bit of commercial photography alongside my wedding and portrait work, however have never really pushed it that much. Towards the end of 2018 I created my new commercial website though, with the aim doing a little more of that alongside my wedding work to fill in the quieter times of the year, so if you are in need of some photography for your business please do get in touch.

Thanks so much to all the fantastic couples that I’ve had the pleasure of photographing in 2018. It really was an amazing year and I can’t wait to see where 2019 takes me. Not least welcoming a new little one to our family in about 6 weeks time!

Here are just a tiny selection of the pictures I took last year (literally less than 1%!). I hope you enjoy looking through some of my favourites from 2018.