Hi, I’m Navid. I’m the person behind Navid Mughal Photography and the one behind the camera. I love to work with couples that like to kick back and want to have a fun-filled and relaxed wedding day that is uniquely theirs. Couples who love beautiful, natural and creative photography, photography that captures a journalistic story of their wedding day and their own unique style and relationship. I truly believe a wedding day should be wonderful and memorable for all the right reasons. A day of celebration, joy and laughter. Happy memories maybe of those embarrassing stories and the silly dancing when you can let your hair down at the end of the evening.
As well as being creative I am naturally curious. I love to find out all about the two of you. I want to know how you both met. Your first date, your favourite film, what you both love doing together and how you finally got to this day… planning your wedding day. By getting to know you I find out what’s important to you and learn about you as a couple so I can plan and capture your unique wedding story.
I’m all about documenting the day. From the big moments to the smallest of detail that you might have missed or not even noticed. My documentary or photojournalist wedding photography style means I’m unobtrusive and out of the way when I need to be to get the natural, emotive and real images that you will cherish.
My love for photography started as early as my formative school days. I dabbled with a camera back then after first discovered a cardboard box packed full of old photography magazines being thrown out. My intrigue got the better of me and before I knew it I was hooked. I was lucky enough to use the school’s darkroom during breaks and lunch times developing films and shooting anything that moved with a fully manual camera. I generally made a right mess experimenting but I had a ball trying. I wanted to learn everything I could on photography. After my studies I moved on to working with some of the best fashion and commercial photographers in London. I then got sidetracked studying graphic design and on to a career running a small publishing company from Munich, Germany.