Every picture tells a story .... and this is a story you want to share as quickly as you can.
With that in mind, as your wedding photographer I like to share some memories very soon after the big day (usually within a week). This will be a 30-40 (ish) image storyboard covering the day … A 'short story', the files sized to allow easy sharing with friends... while I work on getting the Full story edited to the highest level I can.
The selection here covers a range of my most recent Weddings.... enjoy - I did!!!!
Hook Norton Brewery
Sitting in its beautiful, mellow Cotswold Hills landscape, Hook Norton is a proudly independent and passionate family business that takes the very best of its handcrafted brewing heritage and combines it with a thoroughly modern approach, to create a range of real ales for today’s drinkers to enjoy.
- Not my words... but doesn't that sound good. It was an epic setting for Nick & Emma's wedding, absolutely loved it. Click on the photo to view this story.
Two Woods Estate.
A 42 acre woodland wildlife estate in West Sussex.
10 acre meadow with fire pit, for games in the afternoon or guest camping.
An Enchanted Redwoods forest, a unique and magical setting for your ceremony. Jimi & Kayleigh's Destination wedding day was magical. Click on the photo to view this story.
North Mymms Park Hindu Wedding.
I was honoured when asked to shoot this day, a Hindu Wedding sounded magical, I cannot thank Arjun & Renna enough for trusting i would capture the rich culture of their day the way they deserved, such amazing colour and energy, this was such a highlight for me to be a part of. Click on the photo to view this story.
A Chelsea Wedding day.
Like so many weddings this last year, things had to be scaled down, dates shifted around, Kate & Niall still laid on the magic, a Chelsea Registry office kicking things off , then ending the day with a beautiful Mews street party. The 'main event' to be held later in Niall's homeland, Scotland. Click on the photo to view this story.
Scottish wedding photography.
What a great day this was. A Scottish style destination wedding in London. Men in kilts created such a great atmosphere, not too mention i've always wanted one myself!! Hackney Town Hall is a beautiful backdrop to shoot at too. afterwards we carried on the celebrations close by at The Prince Arthur pub and then on to Little Duck The Picklery at Dalston junction for dinner and speeches. Click on the photo to view this story.