My style of capturing weddings is not about working for hours to capture one single perfect photo. My aim is to capture the feeling and the emotions of the day itself.
That’s why I think it is so important that you have a look through these blogs and take in a wider selection of photos that i have taken throughout these wedding days.
A Double Wedding Ceremony at Wentworth Trinity Church The vicar at Wentworth Trinity church made a point of saying this was the first double wedding
Sally and Lauren’s wedding day at the Fox and Goose was beautifully chilled out, the perfect balance of formal wedding without all the pressure of
Hannah and George‘s wedding, like so many others, had been delayed by 12 months as a result of Covid-19 lockdowns. Fortunately their time came and
Some weddings sit in my diary for years, whilst others appear just months before the big day. Fiona and Matthew’s big day was the latter.
I ran out of space trying to come up with the right title for this blog post. To truly do Jade & Thomas’ day justice
St Albans Register Office Wedding Ceremony This was my first time at St Albans Register Office. Often the weddings I shoot are a little closer
Bridal Prep At The Bridge Martina and her bridal party got ready at The Bridge Hotel. In fact they spent the whole day there, come
A Wedding at Sheffield General Cemetery In my time running a photography club in Sheffield I have been to Sheffield General Cemetery quite a few
This wedding was featured in Hitched UK back in Feb 2020. Check it out 🙂. I imagine getting married at a place like Carlton Towers
This wedding was featured in So You Want To Get Married wedding blog. Check it out here. How Was Yeldersley Hall as a Wedding Venue?
When Genevieve and Yunok told me that their cake was being made by their friend Rahul, who had won the Great British Bake Off last
Who doesn’t love a good outdoor wedding? Dave and Moira were already married prior to their wedding day. They actually got married in Australia where