Phil Webb ASWPP – Gloucestershire Wedding Photographer


Award Winning Professional Cheltenham Wedding Photographer & Portrait Photographer. Covering Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, the Cotswolds, South West of England and the UK.


My name is Phil Webb ASWPP. I am a Gloucestershire wedding photographer and Cheltenham Portrait Photographer. Very proud to be an award-winning, published, full time, professional wedding photographer. Because my home town is Cheltenham most of the weddings I capture are in Gloucestershire, Wiltshire, Worcester, Worcestershire and Cotswold areas. Wedding photography takes me all over the country and I am happy to capture your wedding day anywhere in the UK.

My approach to photographing a wedding is relaxed, unobtrusive and creative. Your wedding day will be without doubt one of the most special and best days of your life and I will fully support you both. Because I am not photographing your wedding to build a portfolio I will be fully committed to working for you and only you. And most importantly my promise to you, as it has been for every couple I have ever worked with, is to give you 100% all day and to do my absolute best for you on your big day. Everything I have I will give to you because I want your wedding photographs to be the best they can possibly be and to be everlasting enduring memories.

On your wedding day, during the quieter moments, I will be working behind the scenes to plan and set up a variety of special WOW shots (this is of course if you would like me to). I will do this alone so I do not disturb you while you are relaxing & mixing with your guests. When I am ready and at a convenient time for you both we can create some fantastic pictures for you. If you do have any questions please feel free to contact me or some questions maybe answered for you on my about/FAQ’s page.


Cheltenham Wedding Photographer

The Society of Wedding & Portrait Photographers (SWPP) has awarded me an Associateship qualification because of the quality and high standard of my work. The SWPP believe a member who has the qualification ASWPP (Associateship) displays a high degree of technical ability and also portrays imagination and creativity in execution and presentation. Only the top 10% of the Wedding and Portrait Photographers in the UK have been awarded an Associateship.

I have been a regional finalist (South West of England) in The Wedding Industry Awards’ wedding photography category 2017, 2018, 2019 & 2020. You can view a selection of my latest work by following the “see my work” button below.




“Phil really went above and beyond on our special day. In fact, he was so good that during the wedding ceremony, we didn’t notice he was there! However, he certainly was and we have our stunning photos to show for it. I was moved to tears when we went to see our final photos yesterday and I couldn’t believe how well he had managed to capture all the intimate details of our day. The photos are ones that my husband and I will truly treasure for a lifetime.

Thank you Phil for all your hard work!”

Una & Tom (Wedding at Pitville Pump Rooms, Wedding photography Cheltenham)











Louise & Chris - MANOR BY THE LAKE

Louise & Chris - MANOR BY THE LAKE


Award Winning Wedding Photography in the Cotswolds 

Take a look at my latest work page. And very importantly for your reassurance, my testimonial page and Google reviews.

I do have the best job I could possibly wish for as a Cheltenham wedding photographer. My home life is great with my wife, two children & Border Collie. We live on the south side of Cheltenham which is nestled in the Cotswolds, Gloucestershire. As Cheltenham’s location is so central it is a great place to live to access all of the country for those weddings that are further afield.

I am a committed, dedicated full-time professional Gloucestershire wedding photographer. Call me on 07580 946515. You can go to my contact page. Send me an email (phil@philwebbphotography.com) look forward to hearing from you. Thank you.

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