Abie Stacey Photography provides stylish, traditional, or modern photography for your event or moment, be it a wedding, family group shot, portrait, or any other moment you wish to capture for eternity.
Based in and around Tadley, Hampshire and Reading, Berkshire, but available for events where ever we are needed, we aim to give you a service that will make your special day one to remember, allowing easy access to your prints for you, your family, and friends to browse and order. Please dont hesitate to contact us.
Over the past couple of years Abie and Darren have gained experience in many areas of photography. They have done work for the theatre production of 'Mikado' performed by the Newbury Operatic Society, took some lovely shots for a Local Pony Club Camp, and participated in the photography at Mattingley Horse Trials.
As well as the performing arts, and outdoor activities, they also excel at more personal photography such as christenings, and weddings. One of their favourite christenings was at the Manor House in Aldermaston, which resulted in some great shots of our client on their special day. Weddings have also been very popular, ranging from Newbury, Reading, to Portsmouth and Wiltshire. The most popular shots have been family portraits and animal portraits along with the many they took whilst travelling.
Well, this particular wedding was rather meaningful to me. The bride to be was an old school friend who I hadn’t seen for about 15 years. When we met up for the pre-wedding meeting it was as if we had only seen each other last week. It was lovely to see her again and to meet her wonderful husband to be – we met up in Devizes very close to where the church was, wow, and what a church it is. It was spectacular and had a huge amount of space for us to take photographs throughout the service.
Andrea and Johns wedding was stunning. They were a beautiful couple who were a joy to work with. The wedding was held at The Millhouse in Swallowfield near Reading. We got there a couple of hours before the ceremony began and took some natural photographs of people arriving and the ushers attempting to tie their Cravats, we also captured some nervous moments from the Groom which were priceless!