Allison Dewey Photography Brighton photographer

 Hiya! I’m Ally from Brighton.


Thanks for taking a look at my website.

I'm a chilled out & friendly photographer. A photographer who won't get in your way or make you do any embarrassing poses! I absolutely love my job, my couples and everything about weddings excites me.

My style captures your day in a totally pose free, documentary style so your images will last and still look fab in 20 year’s time. I don’t use a tripod or set up a massive lighting rig, it’s just me, my cameras and my style capturing all the fun and games that happen throughout the day.  Yes we can definitely do group & couple shots but we keep them short, sweet & fun so you can have the best time at your wedding & chat to your guests,

because that's what it's all about really isn't it, FUN! 


When I’m not shooting weddings (let’s try to forget about 2020 shall we) I love being outdoors. It’s open space that makes me most happy. I walk through the woods and along the seafront most weeks. I love to swim in the sea & lakes, I love cycling and most recently my new passion is stand up paddle boarding.

I love a crisp cold beer from the bottle, and a bag of crisps! I love people watching, traveling and watching the sunset.

I’m a massive foodie, I adore all food but my current fav is Mexican food & my frozen margaritas are amazing!

I'm chatty, happy & LOVE weddings!

After ditching the dream of living on Brighton seafront in an amazing apartment (too freakin expensive), I bought a lovely little Victorian terrace with my other half in Worthing, right by the sea and we absolutely love it. Worthing’s where it’s at, people. 

Before I became a wedding photographer, I studied Film & Video Production in Ealing. London wasn’t for me so I moved back to Brighton to be back by the sea and set up my own little business.

I’ve been shooting weddings for six years and I'm absolutely loving it. I’m so passionate about my job and I adore meeting new people. The party is the best bit – when people let their hair down. I also love the speeches – listening to all those people saying incredible things makes me so emotional I end up blubbering behind my camera.

The most important things for you (aside from the obvious, you know, getting actual married part) are having a good time, getting down to your favourite tunes and putting your creative stamp on the day. You want a wedding photographer who you’ll get on with as a friend, who will throw shapes with you on the dance floor and who takes awesome photos.

If you like the sound of this & you like my style, please get in touch using my contact page, I'd love to hear from you.

"Pick this woman as your wedding photographer, you don't need to look any further! She's so easy to get on with, the guests loved her and as an added bonus, she takes amazing photos!"