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Liz Wade Photography

Liz Wade Photography locationBelfast, Antrim

Liz Wade is a wedding, commercial and events photographer based in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Her style is natural, candid, documentary style photography. Liz ensures your special moments are captured in a relaxed and unobtrusive way.

After completing her degree in Fine Art Photography at The University of Ulster, Liz took a sabbatical year to extensively train in photojournalism at The Irish News. She has worked consistently as a photographer in Northern Ireland and further afield and has made waves through her documentary work on Belfast's youth culture. This body of work is a continuing project as Liz embarks on her Masters in Photography at UU in September 2015.

Upon graduating, Liz worked with a fashion photographer in Seville, Spain. After collaborating on Spanish Vogue wedding shoots she decided to come home and establish herself in Belfast. Offering a unique and stand alone style Liz's main priority is to make everyone feel at ease in front of the camera, in particular for wedding photography. Having a relaxed and fun loving attitude her shoots are creative and affordable.

Liz has invested in top of the range cameras and lighting and easily can meet all your photographic needs and commissions whatever the occasion.

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