In a Nutshell
Ragdoll Photography founder Rosie Hunt believes that the best photos are made when you are being you. Rosie prides herself on wedding photography without the fuss – working together with you, she will produce creative, contemporary pictures that look blissfully relaxed.
Why do you want to work with us?
I want to help capture those special moments, especially in an area like gay weddings, which I feel is currently under-represented.
What is your approach to weddings?
I love all things different, all people are different and so is every wedding. I love detailing this, capturing things as they happen naturally and taking pictures that make people feel something when they see them.
What do you love about what you do?
Weddings are filled with emotion and are one of the most intimate occasions. To be part of that and sharing those emotions, makes me feel so incredibly lucky and privileged. To then be able to document the day and supply the couple with pictures that then brings back all that emotion, makes my job the best in the world.
What’s your favourite first-dance song?
So far, Duke Dumont. I got u, because the couple did an awesome first dance to it! I also love harp music.
Wherever the wedding is, I will travel there!
“Rosie under promised and over delivered. You wouldn’t have known she was in the room such was the professional manner in which she worked at our event. The shots taken were exactly as we had asked for…informal, suggesting our style and brand, yet including everyone in the room. Great value, and great to work with.” – David
“Rosie is an awesome photographer, she captured some amazing moments of our special day and made all our guests feel welcome from the moment they walked through the door with her very outgoing personality. She made our day perfect. I will recommend Rosie to everyone. Thank You.” Mrs & Mrs Thomas-Hollyoak
“Absolutely recommend Rosie who felt part of the family on Alex and Tony’s wedding day. Her natural ability to capture precious moments is evident in the wonderful photographs she has taken. Thank you Rosie at Ragdoll.” – Silka