I'm Tony Goldsmith, an Isle of Man wedding photographer and motorcycle racing photojournalist.

You may look at the above statement and wonder what links, motorcycle racing with wedding photography.  The short answer, for me at least, is photojournalism.

As a photojournalist, I set out to capture fleeting moments in time, not create them.  Whether that is documenting the pressure of life in MotoGP, or a touch, glimpse, tear or smile on a wedding day.  The essence is the same.

The experience gained working as a photojournalist has helped develop my wedding photography style, which is best described as documentary wedding photography or wedding photojournalism.

As a documentary wedding photographer, I work in a relaxed, informal and unobtrusive way, that captures the true essence of your day.  I won’t interfere or ask you to play up to the camera.  I will focus on capturing natural and honest moments that will trigger priceless memories for years to come.

I’ll blend in and observe, capturing moments from a guest’s perspective.  Hopefully you’ll hardly notice I’m there.

I will photograph your wedding and present you with photographs that tell your story.

Learn more about my style of wedding photography and how I work as a wedding photographer.