New Rock n Roll Bride sponsor
Darius Sutherland, AKA State Of Mind Photography, is a Welshman living life in Brighton. He shoots weddings all over the country and prides himself on being able to deliver a range of photography styles. He likes to shoot all types of weddings, from traditional to funky which makes him perfect for a Rock n Roll couple.
“My motto is. It’s your day,” he says. “Every wedding is different, every bride and groom are looking for that something special that stands out. My strength is understanding what a bride and groom want from their day and delivering it to them.”
Darius prides himself on his unobtrusive style. He likes to blend in with the day and disappear into the background so every image he delivers has a natural feel. He tries to capture all those emotional moments during the day and create a story that depicts your day perfectly.
“Each image is different and I try to bring out it’s best and find a style that suits it most,” he continues.
Darius’ work has been published in various national and international magazines and has won several awards for some of his personal projects including the SWPP Gold Award For Fine Art Image and Silver Award Architecture Image. In 2012 he hopes to take his business international with his many contacts in Sri Lanka.
Special reader offer: Prices start from £1049 which includes attendance from the bride getting ready to the first dance. Darius would like to offer the first five Rock n Roll Bride readers to enquire this package for just £850. To qualify, simply quote ‘RocknRollBride850’ when contacting him.
Darius can be contacted by email on
firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 01273 248 798 or 0777 604 5171
Be sure to
check out his website for more images and info on the man himself.
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