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rhiannon neale photography


Glasgow, UK


Rhiannon (she/her)

LGBTQ+ Owned Wedding Supplier
Woman owned wedding supplier
5+ years experience as a wedding supplier
What do you offer?

For the rebels, the rogues and people who don't love to pose. Relaxed, fun and unobtrusive photos that tell the real story of your day- no awkward posing required.

Why do you want to work with the LGBTQ+ community?

Documenting love is the best job in the world. ALL love. If you are two human beings who are in love-... if you're laid back, and fun, and open minded... if you're the kind of people who don't love posing but do want awesome photos to remember your day by? I want to work with you.


I have really made an effort to surround myself with LGBTQ+ voices, whether that be what I've been reading/listening too/watching, attending protests, or having long heart to heart chats with my couples during/after their weddings and photo sessions.

I have a lot of personal relationships with people in the LGBTQ+ community as well, and hearing their stories and experiences of feeling marginalised has really made me stop and look at how I can do better- in my business and in my day to day life.

I share my pronouns everywhere: meetings, networking events, online marketing and correspondence and I am very mindful of this when I am out working and out in the world in my free time. I am also implementing this into my children's lives- in the books we purchase and read together, the films we watch, in the way we identify ourselves and correct improper use of pronouns where needed.

I like to support queer friendly businesses wherever possible, we have this great indie queer bookshop in the southside of Glasgow for example that I would always choose first.

Specifically within my business I share my pronouns right from the start of any of my interactions with potential couples so they know right from the start that I respect them and the way they identify. I clearly state that all love is welcome in my marketing. I also use inclusive language alongisde terms like bride/groom, as a lot of my couples identify as trans or they/them and I want them to feel included too. I feature LGBTQ+ weddings regularly on my online platforms- namely my blog and my instagram account- as well as my wedding newsletter and website. I think it's important that every couple see themselves represented in my work, as there are so many blogs/directories out there that only show cis white hetero able-bodied couples with a certain body type.

don't forget to let me know that you found me on Rebel Love Directory!

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