Tony Mattingley – Wedding Photographer – Bedfordshireshire

Hi, here is a little about me, Tony Mattingley wedding photographer Bedfordshireshire. I have been specialising in professional wedding, portrait and commercial photography since 2006. I predominantly cover Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Northamptonshire, Buckinghamshire and London, but travel throughout the UK and indeed anywhere in the world where my clients require me to go. 

I was born and grew up in the heart of the New Forest in Hampshire. I have since lived in Yorkshire and Northamptonshire but now I live a stone’s throw from Wrest Park in the lovely village of Silsoe in Bedfordshire with my partner Lynda.

Believe it or not, a career in photography was not my childhood ambition. I first followed my heart and my father’s footsteps as a professional motorcycle rider for many years, before moving into engineering. However, I always had a love of photography and enjoyed it passionately as a hobby from a young age.

My professional photography work which won me competitions, started with sports and wildlife; being the official photographer for both a NASCAR and a Speedway team and also covering Motocross and other sporting events. You have to think quick and be quick on your feet to capture the fleeting moments in these fast paced sports.

I am always looking for the best natural light or to the make the best natural looking artificial light, to capture a moment and the emotions during a wedding, the soul of a portrait sitter, the purity and innocence of newborns. I strive for the ultimate image but most of all, I want to make you happy. To provide you with images you want to share with the world and display with pride on the walls of your family home.

If you are looking for the best photography combined with outstanding customer service, please contact me today, so we can discuss your requirements and how I can help you to achieve them.

This site is for my wedding and portrait work. For my commercial photography website, please click here