We’re a photography duo and work as a team to create relaxed, natural and beautiful photos. We like to photograph real moments, real emotions and real memories.
We started Fox Moon Photography after deciding that we wanted to make a living from something that we are passionate about. We both specialised in documentary photography while at uni and this has definitely impacted on our style. We absolutely love our job, and we love working together (we make a pretty good team!) Our aim is to capture moments as they happen.
We love weddings that are diy, relaxed, unique and full of personal touches. Wedding days that really represent who you are as a couple and are full of the things you love.
One of our favourite things about what we do is getting to meet so many different and amazing people.
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We are Meg and Scott
We're the faces behind the cameras here at Fox Moon Photography.
We live in a small Derbyshire village on the South Yorkshire border, with our big fluffy dog, Larry and our three naughty chickens, Janice, Barbra and Stella.
We met on a uni trip to Paris, talked about our love for animals and we've been together ever since.
When we’re not photographing, editing, or doing other general business stuff, you’ll find us walking in the woods with Larry, hunting for treasure in charity shops, drinking coffee and watching films.
We love going camping in our little tent (especially on the west coast of Scotland). Our dream is to one day get a camper-van.
We're both really passionate about the outdoors and wildlife. Muddy boots and watching birds is the best.
We like listening to vinyl and going to gigs.
One of us loves playing guitar and one of us loves collecting weird ornaments, rocks, feathers and bones (guess who).
We both like using old film cameras and always take way too many cameras with us on trips.
We love cooking together and do so most evenings.
We feel incredibly lucky to get to work together everyday. The best business meetings happen when we’re walking Larry or drinking coffee in our pyjamas.