Fiona & Mark Crick

Mark and Fiona Crick's photography style is defined by the meaningful connections they form with their clients and the collaborative spirit they bring to each project. For Mark, one of the greatest joys of being a photographer is the opportunity to meet diverse people, many of whom become lasting friends. He works closely with Fiona, whose background as a graphic designer, stylist, and visual prodigy adds a distinctive touch of elegance and creativity to their work. Clients who collaborate with them benefit from Fiona's exceptional expertise and artistic vision.

The Cricks' versatility allows them to work in any location, yet they boast incredible facilities around their studio in South London. This space, including their house and gardens, provides a variety of stunning settings for both film and photography. Their work combines technical skill with a warm, personal approach, resulting in beautiful and memorable images.

How would you best describe your style?

Our style? I’d say our style has a timeless, vintage quality. Partly due to our tastes, we love classic photography from the 60s and 70s, the sort of photography that graced the pages of Life magazine, Paris Match, and partly due to our technique and the way we combine black and white and colour photography.

What sets you apart from other photographers?

We shoot very few weddings, maybe half a dozen a year. We won’t be shooting another wedding the week after and we won’t be shooting one the week before. When we agree to shoot a wedding we commit wholeheartedly and with love. We follow our passion. We don’t compromise, we don’t take shortcuts. We make sure that we get to know our clients, that we care about them and that our work for them is very personal.


What would you say are the most key factors in capturing the perfect image?

The perfect image - if only we knew. Emotion, composition, connection. When they come together, the result can be magical.

What’s been your most memorable event working with us to date?

If it can be counted as work, without a doubt, Lucy’s own wedding. Set amongst the floral abundance of Floriston, it was a photographer’s dream. And when it rained it was even more beautiful.


Share one project that you’re working on at the moment that makes you really excited for 2024.

It will come as no surprise that we don’t work exclusively on weddings. We’re just back from Antwerp where we were shooting Depeche Mode on tour. We’ll be rejoining the band later in the tour and, I can honestly say, we can’t wait. To be around a band who have such a remarkable bond with their fans and crew, who have been in the forefront of great music for so long, is certainly something we’re looking forward to. In fact, we just can’t get enough.