TWO PHOTOGRAPHERS TELLING THEIR STORY, PROMOTING THIS AMAZING CITY AND THE PEOPLE LIVING HERE
Boys in Bristol Photography
is a photography business founded by two friends
At Boys in Bristol Photography, we specialize in a wide range of photography genres, including portrait, corporate, food and drinks, family, wedding, event, and architecture photography. We also have a keen eye for capturing the beauty of city streets, nature, and wild animals. Our goal is to create stunning visuals that tell stories and evoke emotions.
We take great pride in our accomplishments
Our photography skills have been internationally recognized, and we have been honoured with several prestigious awards for our captivating images.
In 2021, we were thrilled to become Pexels Heroes!
(an invite-only community consisting of the best and most trusted photographers on the platform)
Additionally, we were selected as one of seven photographers to represent the United Kingdom in an international photography competition organized by Pexels.com. Our images have garnered over 50 million views and 150,000 downloads on this renowned free stock photo site in the last two years.
At Boys in Bristol Photography
we believe in the power of photography to make a positive impact
We are dedicated to creating change in our communities, neighbourhoods, and surroundings. Through collaborations with charity organizations, community events, and the Bristol Parks Project, we strive to foster a sense of belonging and unity. We understand the importance of utilizing our skills and passion to inspire and uplift others.
Lizzie & Lee Manley
We hired the talented Boys In Bristol for our wedding after seeing the amazing photos they had taken so far, they did not disappoint. We had a few meetings leading up to our wedding to discuss the details of the day and make a plan of what photos we would love to be captured. They were amazing throughout this process and on our wedding day! All of our guests could not speak more highly of their dedication and commitment to us and you could tell that this wasn’t just a job for them...