Behind the Scenes, About the Photographer; Sejin Moon

Sejin Moon has been a passionate and dedicated photographer since her early teens, when she was first inspired by her Fathers photography. Her passion to master the fine art led her after high school to undertake formal studies in photography first in South Korea and later in Scotland, after she moved to Edinburgh in 2003.
She graduated in 2010 with a Master of Fine Art Photography from the Edinburgh College of Art.

Sejin’s passion is to capture lifes events not only in staged artistic studio poses, but also in the hustle and bustle of events as they unfold, unscripted and “real.” It is this focus on capturing the essence of the moment that sets her wedding photography apart from the work of others.

In her fine art career, Sejin has a keen interest in using photography to capture and display the sociological, cultural, and gender differences among people. Earlier this year some of her works were selected for  ‘Goddess:  I am Woman’ exhibition at the Scottish Storytelling Centre.

She also exhibited  at ‘Place Not Found’ at the Forman’s Smokehouse  Gallery in London (2012),
‘4482 [sasapari]’ – Korean Contemporary Artists in the UK at the Bargehouse in London (2011, 2012) among several other galleries.       

Sejin is currently taking a part-time course at the University of Edinburgh and a candidate for a PhD in Fine Art to expand her knowledge in fine art photography.  

Please feel free to contact us as we are happy to talk about your wedding photography without any commitment. Photographic sessions can be arranged all over the UK. International destinations are also welcome.

For some samples of our work please visit the portfolio.