As our name suggests, we are a team of two – offering two different perspectives of all your key moments. We share a great friendship, a passion for photography and a love of tea! Feel free to read on if you would like to know a little more about us…
Hi, I’m Darren – one half of Different Angle Photography. I live in a small farming village here in The Lakes with my wife, two children and our border collie Clyde. I consider myself very fortunate to have been born and raised in such a beautiful part of the world!
Growing up, I always had an interest in photography. I purchased my first “proper” camera when I was 18 and very quickly got involved in motorsport photography. I spent many years attending and covering racing events. This later led to commercial photography before I got involved with the wedding industry around 10 years ago.
When not behind the camera I like to be in front of it, filming content for a popular motorcycle related YouTube channel and website that I run in my spare time.
I’m also a volunteer rider for the North West Blood Bikes, a charity that transports emergency blood and medical equipment between hospitals for the NHS free of charge. It’s something I take great pride in being involved with, if you would like to read more about this fantastic charity click here to visit their website.
I’m Costel. Took me a while to come up with some ideas of what to write here. Because you want to be friendly, but not too personal. Professional, but not boring.
But as the name of this page suggest, it’s all about me. Born and raised in Romania, in a small village by the Black Sea, moved to United Kingdom 7 years ago, where I fell in love with The Lake District and the English Tea. Now I live with my partner who is my best friend also and our ginger cat Gi Gi.
I’ve worked in the wedding industry in all this time, having the opportunity to meet some great people and discover fantastic places.
The Lake District is a gorgeous place to live, offering me the chance to enhance my passion for photography, nature and culture.
For me, photography is a way of feeling, of touching, of loving. What you have caught on film is captured forever… it remembers little things, long after you have forgotten everything.
I strive to create real memories that truly capture the emotion and connection between people.