Awards hat-trick for photography studio
For a third consecutive year, Two & Quarter Photography Ltd has won the WeddingWire Couples’ Choice Award for Photography in Bermuda.
The St George-based photography studio was awarded the title solely based on reviews from newlyweds and their experiences working with them.
WeddingWire is a leading global online marketplace for the wedding and events industry. It annually recognises the top 5 per cent of wedding professionals on WeddingWire who demonstrate excellence in quality, service, responsiveness and professionalism. The top local wedding professionals in more than 20 service categories are awarded the accolade.
The company said the award-winning vendors are distinguished for the quality, quantity, consistency and timeliness of the reviews they have received from their past clients.
Mark Tatem, president of Two & Quarter, said: “We are thrilled to once again be awarded this recognition as one of the top photographers in Bermuda on WeddingWire.com.
“Ally and I feel incredibly lucky to be able to capture the love of so many wonderful people, both Bermudians and destination couples alike. It is their positive reviews that make this award possible, and because of that it is very meaningful to us. We look forward to an exciting 2018.”
Timothy Chi, chief executive officer of WeddingWire, said: “This is the tenth year we’ve celebrated our top-rated vendors who have helped millions of couples celebrate one of the most important days of their lives.
“This group of dedicated and acclaimed wedding professionals, such as Two & Quarter, not only make wedding planning simpler for engaged couples, but also serve as a trusted partner in helping to make WeddingWire the go-to place for wedding planning. We congratulate all of this year’s winners on their achievement.”
Two & Quarter Photography has a website at twoandquarter.bm
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