If you could sum up Jeff's approach to wedding photography in one word? Unobtrusive. The dictionary definition is simple and concise; not conspicuous or attracting attention. For Jeff, a wedding is a once-in-a-lifetime event that should be photographed quietly, sympathetically, and without the photographer dictating what happens in front of the camera.
Jeff has covered over 1500 weddings for people from all walks of life; from rock stars to the girl next door and everyone in between. His documentary wedding photographs have amassed nearly 300 international, national and regional awards and have been published and exhibited all over the world.
The Washington Post (USA), Newsweek (USA), American Photo (USA),The British Journal of Photography (UK), Professional Photographer (UK), Süddeutsche Zeitung (Germany), Adore Noir (Canada), Just Married (Italy), Rock My Wedding (UK), You and Your Wedding (UK), Best of Wedding Photography (USA), Professional Photographer (USA), Rangefinder (USA), The Photographer (UK), Photo Pro (UK), Wedding Staff (Romania), London Weddings (UK), Wedding Photography Select (USA), Ceci Style (USA), Wedding Magazine (UK), The Master Photographer (UK), CPN (Netherlands), Crazy Stupid Weddings (USA), The Wedding Box, B&H Photo (USA), Professional Photo (UK), Worlds Best Wedding Photographers (USA), Getty Image Gallery (UK), Visa Pour L'Image Canon Suite (France), Photokina (Germany), Foro de Fotografos (Spain), The Photography Show (UK)
"Jeff Ascough isn’t actually a wedding photographer; he is a master of visual narrative who photographs weddings and the whole world around him. With stunning black and white photographs that draw you in like the pages of a favorite book, he tells stories with his artwork that you can see and feel as if you were there."