Top 100 Wedding Photographers
WPJA - 2013
France wedding photographer
My name is Philip Stephenson and I am a wedding photographer in France. Originally from England, I now live here with my wife and baby boy.
Wedding photography is my specialty. If I am not photographing weddings, I am doing something related to it... This could be anything from a surprise proposal in romantic Paris to a relaxed portrait session of a newly wedded couple on their honeymoon!
If I was to describe my style in just a few words they would be: Natural moments creatively captured.
Due to my location, many of the weddings (and photo sessions) I photograph are in Paris and Normandy area; though I am not exclusive to these locations. I regularly find myself in some wonderful places throughout France and on occasions travel to International destinations.
I am a proud member of the "Wedding Photojournalist Association", the "International Society of Professional Wedding Photographers", "Fearless Photographers" and the "Best of Wedding Photography". Due to their strict membership criteria, these associations are among the most highly respected in the industry.
Membership allows me to enter competitions where some of the worlds best wedding photographers compete against one another. Over the past few years my photography has won several of these international awards. In 2013 I was listed by the WPJA as one of the top 100 wedding photographers from around the world.
I am forever working to keep my photography fresh, to push my limits and bring my best to my clients.
Latest blog posts
Savannah Railroad Wedding
Savannah is an amazing place. The old colonial town located in the southern state of Georgia, USA is overflowing with charm. Live music at every turn, good food (if you follow me on FB you'll know a... Read More
Cornwall Coastline Wedding
When Katherine and Andrew first contacted me I immediately liked their story. They were an English couple living in Thailand and were planning a French chateau wedding. Coming from an artistic famil... Read More
Chateau de Belmesnil
Earlier this year I had the pleasure to photograph Sandrine and Gilles wedding held at the Chateau de Belmesnil. This 19th century venue is loc... Read More
A Paris pre wedding photography session
My latest client came all the way from Thailand to have their pre wedding photos taken around Paris. We shot over two days. The first being at sunrise, the second starting at sunset and shooting som... Read More
Intimate wedding at the Moulin de Connelles
Sitting on a private island on the river Seine, the Moulin de Connelles was chosen for the reception meal of Sarah and Mathieu's intimate winter wedding. Their Normandy wedding brought together clos... Read More
Chateau Dungeon Wedding
On the first Saturday of December I found myself driving north from Paris into the French region of Picardie for a Chateau winter wedding. When leaving the busy twinkle-light streets of Paris the ar... Read More
Surprise Proposal in Paris
After much planning via email, Google Map screen grabs, exchanging of photos... the time had come... 17:30 on Friday September 20th, 2013. Jeff was about to propose to Wendy! They had flown into ... Read More
Lovers in Paris
If you've ever visited Paris you'll know it's a wonderful city. A city for lovers. You'll see them everywhere. This newly wedded couple from Russia came here for their honeymoon and decided to mark ... Read More
First wedding at Chateau des Termelles
Three years ago Nicky's father took on a huge task of renovating a chateau in the Loire Valley. This become a race again time when Nick and Adam decided this would be the location for their wedding ... Read More
French/American Style Wedding
I met Lisa & Nico over a year ago for their engagement shoot on the cliffs of Etretat in Normandy. This is where Nico popped the question a few months before. This shoot became quite a bonding s... Read More
HI! Wowwwww!!! We love the pictures!!!! Really Philip, there are many photos that are amazing! Thank you again for the great job you did! Best regards,Mariceli & François-Xavier - 31/03/2012