Contact Details

To get in contact

By phone: 07795 071446 or 01474 703843. Please leave a message on the mobile if you can’t reach me directly. I will return your call.

By Post: 2 Drudgeon Way, Dartford, Kent, DA2 8BJ

By email: pete@bresserphotos.com or use the contact form below to tell us more about what you are interested in or if you have a query.

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Availability
Looking for a date for your photo party, portrait studio session or wedding photography? Please check our up to date calendar to see our availability. Note: some dates are provisional bookings only. Call us to check if you are able to book the date and hold it on a deposit.


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Portrait of Pete Bresser - Photographer of weddings and events

A bit about Bresser Photography & Digital Media

Bresser Photography & Digital Media is mainly Pete Bresser, shooting a range of photography assignments, but specialising in portraiture photography. For wedding photography, I work with my wife Louise, who organises (mostly me!) and provides marshalling services during weddings, leaving more time for me to concentrate on getting definitive images for the bride and groom.

I’ve always been interested in photography since owning a (toy) camera from the age of five. My father got me interested: he also loved the medium, something our photo albums and shoeboxes of photographs are testament to. He dabbled with production of his own images with contact sheet prints from little light boxes too. When I showed an inclination to the art, he bought me a full set of production equipment – development tanks, trays, enlarger and a whole host of photographic paraphernalia. It allowed me to develop my technical capabilities (I’m quite geeky)

By my mid teens, I was shooting weddings, local rock bands (a great way to get into gigs and meet girls) and even covered a fashion show. I started developing images for others and made some money from selling my services. I studied photography while at school too and gained a nationally recognised qualification in the subject. I could have become a photographer but I was also extremely interested in electronics, computer game consoles and computers, so I took that career path instead and kept the photography as a hobby where I could occasionally earn some pin money.

Fast forward 30 years. Disillusioned with a career in technology marketing, I had to make a choice of what to do if I ditched working for an environmental consultancy. If I was going to ever run a photography business, this was the time to do it, just before I turned the big Five-O. Just as the Recession bit.

It’s been a tough time since then, by any measure. It’s been a joy too and feeds my soul. I meet amazing people. I photograph beautiful things. I’m invited to sophisticated and raucous parties/events. I shoot what I engage with, rather than just what I see (I’m involved, not simply an observer) If you’d like to meet me for a coffee to chat over ideas for a photoshoot, please get in touch.