Nicknamed ‘Ninja’ for her agility, and a ‘Silent Assassin’ for moving around the room without being seen, Kim has astonished and delighted her clients when they’ve looked at their Queensberry wedding album for the first time. “How did you get that shot?” is the most frequently asked question.
Formerly a wedding and event planner, Kim has a good knowledge of how weddings work. This insider’s perspective is what makes Kim good at anticipating and capturing those unexpected moments!
Even though Kim’s planning days are long behind her, Kim still instinctively carries her wedding emergency kit with her. Lucky for some, this handy box of tricks has saved the day on more than one occasion.
In 2016, Kim fulfilled a lifelong dream and trained as a Gemmologist. An expert in diamonds and precious gemstones, Kim can advise her clients on all things valuable and bejewelled – especially engagement and wedding jewellery.
Over the years, Kim’s love of photography has taken her all around the world – to over eighty countries! From capturing real life Rwandan mountain gorillas and the Orion Nebular from the dark skies of France, to Kim’s favourite kind of photography – weddings and people in celebration mode.
In January, Kim Rix was awarded Wedding Photographer of the Year by Corporate LiveWire Innovation & Excellence Awards 2022.
So, if you’re looking for a stealthy, diamond-loving, travel-addicted photographer to capture your wedding anywhere in the world, look no further than Kim Rix. "Kim is a fabulous photographer! Our most special moments were beautifully captured and packaged for our wedding day. Kim reached towering heights (which is a no mean feat, if you've met her) and every angle imaginable to get the best shots and treasured memories. Her consultation process is thorough and fun, she really gets to know you and captures the heart of who you are. She is creative, kind and helpful (if your camera shy) and all around a lovely person. It was pleasure to have her as a part of our day and we're so thankful to have found her."
Dionne Curry, November 26th, 2021