Meet Siobhan Beales Photography, one of our finalists in The Whitewed Awards

29 / 11 / 18

It has been announced that Siobhan Beales Photography has been shortlisted in the second annual Whitewed Directory Awards! The talented photographer based in Cirencester is shortlisted for the Peers Award 2018...

The Whitewed Directory Awards were launched in June 2017 to recognise the South West’s best wedding venues and suppliers. There are three judged award categories, Business Person of the Year 2018, Most Inspiring Business Person of the Year 2018 and Start-up Business of the Year 2018.

Creator of The Whitewed Directory, Natalie Lovett, said: “Congratulations to Siobhan Bealesfor being shortlisted!"

The Peers Award is a new award for 2018 and celebrates camaraderie between The Whitewed Directory members.

Over the last 4 years, The Whitewed Directory members base has grown, and so have the relationships within it. Many members recommend each other and are often delighted to find out they will be working with each other, as they know they’ll be working alongside a professional and quality peer. This award allowed Whitewed members to nominate their favourite!

In addition to the Peers Award, there are three judged award categories, Business Person of the Year 2018, Most Inspiring Business Person of the Year 2018 and Start-up Business of the Year 2018. The winners will be announced at an awards ceremony taking place on 7th February 2019 at the Doubletree by Hilton Swindon.

Siobhan is a creative, relaxed and un-obtrusive Wedding Photographer based in the Cotswolds. Her images are dreamy, candid and natural looking and Siobhan really captures the romance between her couples as well as the fun and laughter a wedding day brings.

Siobhan will blend in like one of your guests at your wedding, capturing all the details as they unfold but also taking care of the formal group photos too.

There are a couple of packages Siobhan offers and she encourages a pre-wedding shoot too (which we always think are a great idea) so couples can feel relaxed in front of a camera before the wedding day itself. A pre-wedding photo shoot is very important as it helps you and your photographer get to know each other and allows you both to see how they work. It's not every day you're put in front of a professional photographer and an impressive camera and snapped away at so it's good to get used to it, you'll also end up with some gorgeous photos to keep too!

We love showcasing Siobhan and are big fans of her work. For more information about Siobhan Beales Photography check out her page on our directory!