It’s difficult writing about oneself; the web designer said, I am to write an entire page About Ali Gaudion. So, here goes. I am Ali Gaudion, a professional Wedding Photographer in Chichester where I live with my husband, Brendan and two girls. I work throughout the whole of Sussex, Surrey and Hampshire and have photographed over 400 weddings. This website has many galleries from wedding venues in West Sussex and wedding venues in Chichester. If you would like to see a recent full gallery of a wedding, please just email and ask.
Qualifications and Degrees and Strange Accent
What else can we say about Ali Gaudion? Well, I am a professionally trained photographer with over 20 years experience. After graduating in 1991 from Antonelli Institute in Philadelphia with a Photography Diploma (2 yr). Also graduated with a 4 year degree in Psychology from the University of Pennsylvania. In 2000, I arrived back in England after a 10 year stint of living in the USA. Originally, I am from Southwick, near Brighton, but decided to settle in Chichester. This is why I sound Australian.
About Ali Gaudion’s Style
Natural, romantic style of photography
A little bit about Ali Gaudion and her style? I produce some of the most stunning, natural photography you will see. I am fun, yet calm at a wedding and try to be helpful and organised. My style is feminine and natural with sprinkling of glamour.
About Ali Gaudion – What am I like at a wedding?
At a wedding I strive to be warm, attentive and in the background. I’m naturally quite a strong personality, but while working, I find that I meld into the background. I have shot so many weddings, I know now what a couple want. They want someone who will come out of the shadows and “get it done” if need be. But, otherwise, someone who is amicable with all guests, creative with the camera and most importantly, who does not mess with the flow of the day. This means, I am quiet. I do not get involved too much. You won’t find me socialising with the bride or taking any of their valuable time up. I don’t ask them questions and make sure I am organised and already know the answers to most questions.
This one below was taken by my best buddy Ian, who, while everyone’s backs were turned, he shot me running up the confetti aisle.
Here is another; something has really made me laugh. This image is about ten years old, so unfortunately, I cannot remember.