Caleb, Primary Photographer
Caleb created Evoke in 2013 after being pestered by his friends to 'do weddings'. He 'did' weddings and freaking loved them. He aimed to get 5 weddings in his first year. He somehow got 22 in that very first year - from 0!
He found his style very quickly and harnessed his understanding of light and the environment. He now gives talks, writes articles for some of the world's biggest photography websites and judges competitions. When he's not doing weddings, spending time with his family or walking his white wolf-fluffball-thing.
Chloe, Primary Photographer
Chloe studied Fashion photography at Falmouth University. After 3 years she completed her sentence and was desperate to do some real-life photography and came back to her home, Guernsey. She quickly started searching for a business that shared the same passion and style for photography, and the rest is history.
Having already used the equipment that Evoke use day in day out, Chloe's transition from Photography Assistant to Primary was smooth and incredibly fast. Her style has been refined to closely mirror Caleb's style and fit the Evoke Signature style to provide consistency.
John-Ross, Associate Photographer
John-Ross was a cyborg sent back in time to assassinate Hitler but he got the year and location both wrong so he was found in a broken heap down at Grandes Rocques. I did a bad job of repairing him and now he can only operate a camera rather than the pulse rifle I discovered next to him.
I’ve since sorted out his calendar and GPS so he never misses a wedding. John-Ross told me I could either copy and paste text from his website for this section or write my own version. I promised him I'd write something special for him.
Gareth, Associate Videographer
With over twelve years experience in creating cinematic videos, Gareth was an obvious choice to join the Evoke team having been in the Guernsey wedding scene for a while. His late Mother loved his work and in her legacy,he has pushed himself to produce the work we all see today.
Gareth's investment in similar equipment to the Evoke standard, and a style that fitted perfectly with the Evoke Signature style, has meant that Gareth's integration into the Evoke family couldn't have gone any better.