• Welcome to Sharmaine Sepehr Photography

    Hi, thanks for stopping by.

    I am a Wedding and Lifestyle Portrait photographer based in Oxford in the UK, but I cover weddings all over the country and even abroad!

    My photographic style for weddings is creative and unobtrusive, combining traditional formal and also natural reportage style photography to capture the atmosphere of your special day.

    I love photographing weddings and special events, it gives me great joy to see the individual detail in each wedding and being able to capture these small details and special moments for you to look back on for the rest of your lives.

    Scroll down on this page to view my blog, where you can see some of the weddings, engagement shoots and portraits that I have photographed.

    If you are getting married, or would like to book a lifestyle portrait session get in touch, I would love to hear from you.

    Sharmaine x

Hi all!

A few months ago I photographed the amazing wedding of Zoe & Claudia at the Walton Park Hotel in Clevedon.

I had never been to Clevedon before, even though it’s very near to where my sister lives in Bristol. It’s such a quaint little seaside town (with lots of tea rooms that sell delicious cake!) and the Walton Park Hotel has such stunning views, particularly when you get an amazing sunset. It is also just a five minute drive away from Clevedon Pier which meant we could pop down to the pier and the beach to get some couple portraits too – amazing!

If you are looking for a gorgeous venue next to the sea, I would definitely recommend this venue as the staff are so lovely. You can see their website here: www.waltonparkhotel.co.uk

Here’s a few photos from the day, congratulations again guys and thanks for choosing me to photograph your special day!

Sharmaine x


Hi all!

Jenny & Callum got in touch with me a little while ago to enquire about photographing their wedding, when I met them they let me know that they would be planning a Christmas wedding…awesome!

I am a little bit obsessed with Christmas which may be due to the fact that my mum decorates her house up like ‘Santa’s Grotto’ each year and has done since I was a child, but even so I was so excited when Jenny & Callum let me know their plans!

We arranged to hold their engagement shoot at the lovely Christchurch Meadows in Oxford, the week leading up to the shoot had terrible rain but luckily the sun shone brightly for us on this day.

Here’s a few of the photos from their shoot, I am looking forward to photographing your wedding guys:)

Sharmaine x



Hi all!

I have had this idea to do a sugar skull styled wedding shoot in my head for absolutely ages and thanks to a few talented individuals and an amazing venue, my idea finally came to life!

As I am sure you will know, no two weddings are the same. That’s what I love about photographing weddings, the individual little touches that make a wedding personal to you.

I would love to photograph an alternative wedding one day, be it an awesomely tattooed couple, or completely out there with a crazy theme or makeup.

Here are a few of the images from the alternative shoot that I organised, we started off at the gorgeous Milton Hill House, then went to a nearby park/field for a few smoke bomb photos:)(which by the way if you want to include smoke bombs in your wedding photos are awesome!)

We then returned to Milton Hill House and did a few more photos in their gorgeous Library room to cut the cake.

If you are having a wacky, alternative, way out wedding please get in touch, I would love to hear from you!

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Bucket list blog

I love weddings and I love the weird and wonderful, so here’s a little wedding photography bucket list that I would LOVE to shoot! If your wedding entails any of the following awesome things, get in touch for an exciting exclusive discount:)

  • A rainbow/multicolour themed wedding – I am a little obsessed with bright colours!
  • A Moroccan themed wedding
  • A wedding in the woods/a forest – think fairylights, flowers and bunting all amongst beautiful woodlands.
  • A treehouse wedding!
  • A Halloween/horror themed wedding – yep, I LOVE Halloween and for some reason like to try and scare myself by watching horror films!
  • A teepee wedding
  • Weddings in any of the following locations – Australia, Mexico, Italy, Spain, France (or basically anywhere outside of the UK).
  • A wedding with lots of funfair rides, or a full on circus theme – think dodgems, ferris wheels, merry go rounds, a big circus top, fire breathers etc!
  • An alternative wedding with a heavily tattooed couple.
  • A wedding in a vineyard.
  • A fancy dress themed wedding where the majority of the guests are in snazzy fancy dress!

So there ya have it, my bucket list…I am sure I will add more to it very soon!:)