Here’s one of the last shots from our final wedding of 2016. What a year it’s been! See you all in the new year.
A recent bit of night-time fun with sparklers at Trafalgar Park. We love to capture a wedding day in a way which tells the story as it happened, but we also love to get creative and have fun where we […]
When you’re asked to photograph a wedding at a venue like Waddesdon Manor it’s always a pleasure to travel and go the extra distance. Kirsten and Dave were married at The Diary at Waddesdon Manor. A rainy February day didn’t […]
Our 2016 is off to a good start. We photographed our first wedding of the year on the 16 January. Sarah and Scott had their wedding reception at the Montague Arms in Beaulieu, Hampshire. After their honeymoon they sent us […]
We had back-to-back weddings this weekend. We were at Froyle Park on Friday and then Hambledon Vineyard on Saturday. Here’s a quick first look at one from Andrew and Lisa’s wedding yesterday. It was the Vineyard’s first ever wedding. They […]
This time last week I attended a friends wedding in Anglesey, north Wales. It was unusual to be at a wedding and not be behind the lens (officially). I really enjoyed the experience, being able to sit back and enjoy the […]
In late October we shot Sara and Ben’s wedding at the Larmer Tree Gardens. This is the latest in the year we’ve worked at the Gardens. A mist descended and set in creating a fairy tail look. This shot is […]
Back in late October we were at The Potters Heron in Ampfield, Hampshire. We had the rare opportunity to shoot a wedding for our friends Shaun and Charlotte.
Mid October we shot one of our most unique weddings of the year. The day kicked off with the ceremony at Orleans House – a stunning venue. We had to take the opportunity to photograph the bride and groom here. […]
Back in mid September we shot Sarah and Richard’s wedding at the Larmer Tree Gardens. It was the penultimate Larmer Tree Wedding of the year! It was another brilliant day for us, you really can’t expect anything less from the venue. […]