We are 3 photographers. Professionally trained. Creative. Skilled. Dedicated.


Cecile, Harry and Kate. We met in 2001 at University in London where we completed our Fine Art and Photography degrees with distinction and honours.

Since then our entire careers have been dedicated to photography. We are best known for our work in fine art, portraiture and docume­­­­ntary photography, skills that perfectly complement our wedding work.

Truly passionate about our craft, we have also trained extensively in dark rooms, mastering hand printing and embraced the digital world, through our work as professional image retouchers.

We take pride in bringing our award-winning creative approach to a discerning clientele of loving couples who prefer a natural, unobtrusive, reportage style of photography.

Working individually, or as a team, we only shoot a few select weddings a year to give every couple the love and attention they deserve. Together, we make enduring visual memories of love, joy, family and friendship. Together, we are The Love Factory.


Thank you, thank you. Our wedding pictures are wonderful and will forever remind us what a cracker of a day it was!”

-Sarah and Ben



The founder and Art Director of The Love Factory, Cecile is a fine art and photography graduate from Central St Martins School of Art who has worked in photography throughout her career, both exhibiting her work in France and the UK and working as a professional print-maker, retoucher and curator for many of the UK’s leading photographic artists.

When it’s time to chill, Cecile likes to hang out with friends and family, blast some tunes on whilst sipping on a glass of vino.




Having studied photography at Middlesex University and the Royal College of Art, Kate is a visual artist who focuses on conceptual photography but also installations and music, mixing all mediums in a symphony for all the senses. When Kate is not working (which is hardly ever!) she loves to experiment with making her own cider. By her own admission, she has a long way to go before anyone will go near her brews, but to her credit, she keeps trying…