IRENE MORGAN Photography

Hello there and welcome to my website! My name is Irene and I specialise in documentary-style photography and am based in East Sussex. My photographic interest is rather broad and includes sport photography, music, travel, abstract, nature, commercial to weddings and portraiture.

This website is an opportunity for me to showcase some of my work so I hope that you enjoy taking some time to look through the various pages and blog posts!

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Blog Posts

South Island, New Zealand - A few months ago we finished our travels around the South Island in New Zealand, but it feels just like yesterday! Here are just a few (!) of my favourite images from the trip.
North Island, 2021 - Enjoying having a bit of time off work and exploring more of the North Island. Here are a few snaps from January and February!
New Zealand – North Island, 2020 - We’ve been in New Zealand for well over a year now and I have not got round to sharing many pictures of this beautiful place. I am looking forward to sharing some images with you which are my favourites of 2020 and hope to post a bit more regularly now as well. We are travelling […]
Jenny and Rene’s wedding at Bailiffscourt Hotel & Spa, West Sussex - Jenny and Rene’s wedding at Bailiffscourt Hotel and Spa in Climping, West Sussex was very special. Thank you to you both for having me; here are a short selection of some of my favourite photos from the day. The rest are making their way to you very soon!
Rachael and Jack’s Wedding at the Guildhall and City Rooms, Leicester - Rachel and Jack’s wedding day was very special, with ceremony at the Guildhall in Leicester and reception at the City Rooms. Here are a small selection of some of my favourite photos – a huge thank you to Rachael and Jack for having me as wedding photographer and generally for being fantastic!
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My Approach

“I would describe my general approach to photography as natural but creative, with a focus on capturing moments and┬ábeing attentive to those little details which can easily be overlooked, but can capture essence and meaning.”

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