OWNER & PHOTOGRAPHER
If you had to sum Jan up in one word it would probably be – Tea (white, no sugar, if your brewing up thank you). Jan’s favourite part of her job is meeting and working with her customers, many of whom have become firm friends.
Whether your working in the studio, on location or at your wedding, you can be assured of Jan’s commitment to customer service as she works with you to provide you with images that you will treasure forever.
Jan set the business up in 2006 as Blenheim Wedding Photography. When she set the business up it was primarily to do Studio & Portrait work. At that time Jan never envisaged being a full time wedding photographer and in 2007 completed 9 weddings. At the end of the following year having then completed 55 weddings, Jan had to accept that she in fact was a wedding photographer. The business has evolved since then and to celebrate it's 10th anniversary in 2016 as well as Jan's own wedding she has changed the name to Janet Gow Photography. Jan is committed to producing beautiful and eternal memories of your special day.
Jan was born in Liverpool and moved to the South West in the mid 90's - she now splits her time between Gloucestershire and Merseyside, covering weddings in both counties to cure her occasional bouts of homesickness. And, before you ask (as most weddings guests do) - she's a Red.
A contemporary photography style which incorporates a mixture of informal, reportage, classical and candid coverage of your wedding or Civil Partnership ceremony.
Please take some time to browse through the wedding Portfolio and feel free to contact me with any questions – when emailing please advise of your wedding date so that availability can be checked for you.
If you would like to book an appointment for a totally no-obligation consultation, I am happy to take some time to explain our services and let you browse through some sample albums. When you come to see me I will show you what I do, examples and options. I then encourage you to go away, do some research and then decide. I do not hard sell.