Photographer awarded for wedding pictures

PUBLISHED: 14:00 12 September 2017

Lee Hatherall with his latest photography award.

Lee Hatherall with his latest photography award.

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A photographer from Worle has snapped up awards for his impressive wedding photos at a number of competitions.

Lee Hatherall, aged 42, won four merits and a silver award for his wedding photos from the British Institute of Professional Photography (BIPP).

He also won three international print awards from the Society of Wedding and Potrait Photographers and two silver awards with the Society of Wedding and Portrait Photographers earlier this year.

Lee was also named wedding photographer of the year for the second time in a row at the Bristol and Somerset Wedding Awards.

Speaking about his successes, Lee said: “Winning print awards give you a huge boost and makes you push for quality images. It makes me more determined every year.

“Winning the wedding awards photographer of the year award is amazing as its based on customer service and product.”

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