A few of the most asked questions

I have compiled a few frequently asked questions… but I’m always up for having a chat so if you can’t find the answer you were looking for please get in touch.  Just hit the email button below to send me a direct email.

Why did you move here from Canada?
I get asked this question a lot!  My Mum is British and moved to Canada when she was in her twenties.  She met my Dad, got married and had her family (my sister and me).  When I finished my university degree, I knew I could work in the UK without restriction so I thought I would come and stay for a couple of months… That was nearly 20 years ago!
What is the symbol in your logo?
It’s called an Inukshuk.  You can find Inuksuit in Northern Canada where they act as “helpers” to the Inuit as they navigate.  They are built by placing stones on top of stones and can endure extreme weather and remain visible in snowy conditions.  The Inukshuk has become a symbol of help, hope, and friendship.
Why is your dog called Stella?

Stella was a surprise Christmas present for Paul.   The rumours that she is named after his favourite lager (and not after a star) are true…

How long is the coverage provided for my wedding day?
My packages include 10 hours cover as standard.  Depending on timings, this is usually enough to cover everything from bridal preparations to the first dance.  Additional hours can be purchased on top of this if required.
How long will it take for the pictures to be ready?
  • For weddings, your pictures will be available within 6 weeks of your wedding.  This gives me a chance to review, edit and prepare a cohesive collection of images which tell the story of your day.
  • For pet and portrait sessions, I aim to have your collection of edited images available within 4 weeks of the session.
Are you a member of any professional associations?

I am a member of the Guild of Photographers.  The Guild encourages development and discussion about all aspects of the business of photography and promotes the interests of photographers.  I am also a member of Photographers Keeping it Real whose membership includes some of the best documentary wedding photographers.  

Do you have insurance?
Yes – I have cover for my own equipment but more importantly, for you, I have public liability insurance which provides protection if anyone suffers personal injury or property damage.  I hope to never use this but better to be safe than sorry!
How can I book?
Get in touch via the contact page or email me at contact@flyingcanadianphotography.com.  We can meet up and have a chat about your plans.

“We used the flying Canadian photography for our wedding. It made our day truly special, as the photographs were amazing and really captured the day just how myself and my husband remembered it. Nothing was too much trouble and made everyone feel at ease. Thank you again”.

Emily Tunna



is located in Oxton Village and is a wedding, pet and family photographer.