Wedding Photography Team

- Our Mission -

 

Elm and Bloom Wedding Photography are an all-female business specialising in bridal portrait, editorial and documentary-style wedding photography for discerning clients. We truly believe in the transformative power of photography and are passionate about giving a great top quality service to our couples. We're excited to start a visual dialogue, learn about you, and make something beautiful together.

Kimberley

Kimberley

Owner and Photographer

Kimberley has a strong background in journalism photography and loves visual storytelling. She graduated from Falmouth University’s in Press and Editorial photography and since has worked for Greenpeace, Simavi, Rex Feature and The British School in the Netherlands. Her passion for connecting with people combined with an innate adoration of all things creative pulled her aspiring gypsy soul deep into wedding photography. This is how Elm and Bloom Wedding Photography was Born.

Dilani

Dilani

Photographer

Dilani is an enthusiastic fine-art photographer and graphic designer. Love's to be creative, enjoy the small things in life and love travelling. In my eyes, there is nothing more beautiful than combining this with each other! Our experience is that wandering without a destination in mind gives the best results. My favourites places are France, Sweden, Arizona and California have also stolen my heart and I can not wait to go again next November.

Caitlin

Caitlin

Photographer

Caitlin is a portrait and lifestyle photographer who loves capturing quirk, knuffels, compassion and charisma on camera. I have a knack for noticing the unexpected, the secret moments shared when no-one is looking, the little details which you'll remember forever. My home is in Amsterdam, my roots are in KwaZulu-Natal (South Africa), and my heart is wherever there are colour, light and love.

“Wedding Photography is a way of feeling, of touching, of loving. What you have caught on film is captured forever… It remembers little things, long after you have forgotten everything.”

— Aaron Siskind