What My Clients Say

Notley Tythe Barn wedding

Charley & Jamie

Eneka thank you so much for capturing our wedding day so beautifully. We absolutely adore our photographs-they are full of happiness and love and they will always be our most treasured memento of the special day. You were amazing from the preparations to the day itself and afterwards with the delivery of our images-so kind, organised and professional throughout. Don't hesitate to book Eneka as your wedding photographer-she is in high demand and it's easy to see why! A million thanks again C+J xxx

Tetbury Wedding Photographer

Sophie & Paul

Dear Eneka, where can we even begin. Your hard work, creativity and dedication to our wedding day was incredible. Every minute was captured perfectly and you never seemed to stop…a superstar! We are in love with our photos and after chaos settles its what we have left. So thank you fir giving us memories we will treasure forever.

Evershot wedding photographer

Jill & Dan

Eneka and her second photographer, Bart, were absolutely brilliant. They got all the shots we were looking for (and many many more) and they were a real calming influence through the day. Eneka sent us some initial photos extremely quickly to help us reflect on our day, and then sent the full portfolio in a lovely package that reflects her excellent attention to detail.

Ravens Ait wedding photographer

Lizzy & Seb

Eneka and Bart were the best wedding photographers we could have hoped for to capture our big day. They were patient, helpful and most importantly took great moments that really captured the fun and laughter of the day.

Aylesbury Wedding Photographer

Laura & George

Eneka has been amazing from start to finish. Her photos are absolutely beautiful and capture our day so perfectly. She is professional, kind and helpful at all times, and we were hugely grateful for Eneka’s advice about more practical aspects of the day too! Thanks for everything Eneka.


My Family & Me

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I live in the woods near Edinburgh, Scotland, with my husband Andy and our two dogs Scrum and Tango. Scrum is a Bedlington Terrier and Tango is a young russet gold Vizsla. Andy is a handsome Scot who caught my eye at a work event in Germany – I’m originally from Estonia, but I couldn’t resist Andy’s charms, and promptly upped sticks and moved to England back in 2005.

We got married at an open air museum in Estonia – it was the best day. The most wonderful part was seeing all my family and friends together – it’s such an amazing feeling to know that they’ve all come because of you. My favourite moment of the day was when Andy squeezed my hand during the ceremony, it was so sweet and meaningful to me. Aside from that, I can’t remember much about the day – it’s all such a blur! I never wanted to get married, but Andy changed that – when you’ve found the right person for you, you just know. I love being married – you’re a proper team.

I have two super lovely stepdaughters, Katie & Kirsten, who regularly hang out with us and never say no to Colin the Catapillar Cake.

I’m addicted to flat white coffee from Costa. I don’t know what they put in their coffee but it’s sooo good. So much so that if a service station on the motorway doesn’t have a Costa I refuse to stop there! I try to pop into in for a coffee when I take the dogs for a walk – I don’t know what I’d do without it now.

I used to work in a bank, but when the financial crash happened I decided I wanted to do a more creative job, take control of my career and jump off the hamster wheel. I’ve always loved books with images and taking photos, and decided weddings would be a great opportunity to be creative with photography – and it is!

My photography style is romantic and elegant – I love to capture tiny moments from the excitement of getting ready to the intimate and close up portraits. I really enjoy the one on one portrait time to get really creative. While my portraits aren’t staged, I sometimes give gentle direction so you look natural. Most of my couples hate having their photo taken – we’ve all been traumatised by school photos – so I try to make it easy and fun for you.

I love every single wedding, but the most hilarious moment I’ve seen so far was when the cake melted in the heat and fell over onto the floor, mid speeches. The bride and groom pulled out a fork each and ate it off the floor – I loved them for it. It’s great to work with chilled out couples who care most about having the right people there and having a great party.

If this sounds like you, get in touch. 


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