Wedding, Portrait & Commercial Photography – Wiltshire, Hampshire, Dorset

About Us

Hey there, we’re Mark and Sara, a couple of gin sipping, boxer dog owning photographers who love nothing more than a bloody good wedding. As a husband and wife photography team we feel incredibly privileged to have been doing a job we love for so many years. It’s not only taken us around the globe but has seen us being featured in magazines such as Vogue and Bride, which we never in our wildest dreams imagined would happen. We’ve won awards, met some truly amazing couples (who are now friends for life) and feel blessed to be part of such an awesome industry.

The satisfaction we get from capturing memories on a wedding day is only surpassed by the emotion and joy our finished images bring to our couples. Yes, we know it sounds tacky but it’s true! Ultimately we love our job (if you can call it that), meeting new couples, travelling to some stunning venues, and not to forget, getting to sample some pretty epic food.

Our Recent Shoots

Mark and Sara are the perfect two photographer team ready to capture that special moment for you. Visit us at our Beautiful studio in the heart of Salisbury to chat about working together with us.

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Kind Words

“Thank you Mark, words can’t describe how happy we are with the outcome. We couldn’t recommend you enough!!”

“Mark has that special gift: he is both a dedicated and committed professional and he is an artist”

“We love our photos, they are perfect! Mark really knows how to spot

the best locations and how to get you to do the right thing.”

“The photos themselves drew laughs and tears, and we feel you really captured us and our day exactly as we hoped. The editing was exactly the style we had discussed.”

“Massive thank you to Mark and Sara at Atlas Photography, they came all the way to New York with our closest friends and family and managed to capture a beautiful record of not just the wedding but five days of magic, the most memorable days anyone could ever have”