Crawford McMillan Photography bio picture
  • Welcome to my website!

    Hello and thanks for dropping by! My name is Graeme Crawford - my camera and I have been the best of buddies for over 10 years and I just love capturing special times, emotions and people. I will put you quickly at ease in front of the lens and use my unintrusive style just let you get on with enjoying yourself and loving being you, in whatever moment you're in.

    I never underestimate or take for granted what a privilege it is to photograph a wedding. Capturing the pictures themselves is a great responsibility of course - my well-practiced skills and professional equipment take care of that part!

    However your photographer plays a major role in your day in other ways than just the photographs. Planning with you beforehand, working with you when time is pressured on the big day and interacting with your family and friends all to make sure you get photographs that you want to treasure forever. These skills are a very important ingredient in creating wedding photographs which are not just snaps or moments in time, but little stores of emotion and memory which you will visit many times in the future.

    Please take a scroll down and check out some of my work. If you would like to book me, ask me a question, or even just shoot the breeze about photography in general click the contact link above and get in touch.

    Looking forward to hearing from you.


Wedding of Greg and Becky Aram

Dinner by Heston Blumenthal

Today I took a day off and headed to London to indulge one of the other things I enjoy in life – fantastic food at fine restaurants. Everyone loves a good meal out, of course, but places like this really take things to the next level and produce food that I will never be capable of creating in my own kitchen or buying at a local pub. It’s much more than a meal – it’s an experience. That’s how I justify the expense, anyway.:)

I’m just going to let the photos do the talking rather than pretend I’m some sort of MasterChef critic who knows all the ins and outs of balancing flavours. I ate:

  • Meat Fruit (manadarin, chicken liver and foie gras parfait)
  • Ragoo 0f Pigs Ear Chewitt (with slow cooked egg, anchovy, onion, parsley)
  • Roast Quail (with Cornish kale and smoked chestnuts)
  • Steeple Cream (with vanilla, blood orange and pistachio)


A Chorus Line, Loughborough Town Hall

Greg and Becky – Pre-Wedding Shoot

Wedding of Arindam and Helen Sood