Please feel free to phone me at any reasonable hour. I’d be only too happy to discuss your wedding photography requirements. If you don’t have time for a phone call right now, please drop me an email detailing your enquiry. If you’re enquiring about availability, please include your chosen venue and the wedding date.
I do my best to respond to all my emails within 24 hours, however, please be patient at the weekend as I might well be out on a job and unable to respond quickly.
If you’d like to meet in person, please call or email to book an appointment. If you’ve booked a portraiture or engagement shoot, see below for details on how to find me.
Rex Preston is a Hampshire based documentary style wedding and event photographer. He shoots all across the land. In 2016, Rex decided to retire as a professional musician an embark on a career as a photographer. To view Rex's work, head over to his portfolio page here. More information about his character, visit his About Me page. For those of you who are curious about how Rex does what he does with a camera, you can find out more over on his Method page. Alternatively you can speak to Rex directly here or use the social media links below.
If you’ve booked a portraiture or engagement photo shoot, you might need the following directions.
I live and work in the beautiful village of Lympstone in Devon. My house and office overlooks the Ex estuary as it ebbs and flows up and down from Exmouth to Topsham. Luckily finding me is really easy. Enter the following post code into your satnav and it’ll take you practically to my front door: EX8 5HP.
If you’re coming from afar you basically want to aim for Exeter. The quickest route to my office is to exit the M5 at junction 30 then follow signs for Exmouth A376. Follow this road for about 5 miles. You’ll pass Lympstone Commando – a marine training centre – on your right. About a quarter of a mile after that there is a right turn after a long brick wall signposted ‘Lower Lympstone.’ Turn here making sure to take Nutwell road and not drive into Nutwell Court Farm.
In just under a mile you pass a T-junction on your left and an old fashioned sign post pointing the way to the ‘village centre’. Continue along the road – now Burgmann’s Hill – for about a quarter of a mile. You’ll drive round three tight bends – a right, then a left and then another right and you’ve almost arrived. As you emerge from the final left hander you see an old stone wall on the left and hedge row opposite. At the far end of this wall is my driveway – signed ‘Manor House’. Squeeze yourself up the drive and park on the right opposite the garages behind the house.
My door is the white door next to the large victorian conservatory you drove passed as you were coming up the drive. It’s got a black No’ 1 on it. Ring the door bell and brace yourself to be nibbled by a very enthusiastic dachshund. The coffee will be on and the welcome warm.
For information about me and the services I offer, head over to my HOME page.