Marta Zagozdzon

Marta Zagozdzon is an award winning, exhibiting photographer with Fine Arts background. Her base and home is in London, where she studied MA photography at the University of Arts, London. Her clients come from Europe and America, although she has also had a few photo trips to India. Marta's other love apart from photography are cats.

Photographer Marta Zagozdzon 
Business Contemporary Wedding 
Location London, England
Starting Rates £1900+ (GBP)  View Packages
Website contemporary-wedding.com 
Photos 1 Contest Winning Photo
Client Letters 1 Client Letter
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The Wedding Photojournalist Association proudly recognizes the accomplishments and creative excellence of Marta Zagozdzon. The following awards have been earned by Marta from the WPJA. These achievements come with great merit considering the high level of competition that a member faces in the contests.

2008 Q3 14th Place - Bride Getting Ready

standard package - £1900

• DVDs of retouched images in high resolution
• picturebox – 50 7x5 prints of your choice
• online client gallery

premium package – £2600

• DVDs of retouched images in high resolution
• picturebox – 100 7x5 prints of your choice
• online client gallery
• hand made wedding album
I also offer: engagement sessions, photo booth at your wedding, additional parents' albums and 'trash the dress' session.
both packages can be tailored to suit individual requirements,,

The following letters are from the clients of Marta Zagozdzon. Click an image to view a larger version.

Abigail  &  Wilf

Abigail & Wilf
Married September 12th, 2009
"Thank you so, SO much for being the perfect wedding photographer. We still can’t get over what a brilliant job you did. We were both very clear that what we wanted for our wedding was to focus on the day itself, on each other and on the loved ones who joined us, rather than having it become some sort of ‘staged’ event. We have been to too may weddings where guests have been pushed aside while the bride and groom had to pose seemingly endlessly for photographers who were anything from mildly bossy to downright rude. Added to this, neither of us likes posing for photographs anyway as we tend to end up looking awkward. What we did want was a photographic record of the day as it actually happened, taken by someone with an artistic eye. We also wanted to be sure that we would...more "