Earlier this year I had the pleasure of capturing Caroline and Ray's wedding at Saunton Sands in North Devon. Having met Kaz (Caroline) a few weeks previously I drove north full of excitement, from the wedding theme to the plans for the day itself, I was expecting great things, but little did I know how great it would be!
With everything being held at Saunton Sands Hotel I popped up to Kaz's room to capture some of the preparations when Kaz discovered her watch was 20 minutes late and the last minute rush kicked in! Read More
The last of the Rewind mini-series is all about the first dance! If you haven't seen it before, Rewind is a look back at some of my favourite photos from moments of a wedding day.
I LOVE capturing the first dance! Every couple approach it differently, but after enjoying your wedding day it's that moment of just two people celebrating what's taken place with all their friends and family in attendance. Read More
I have a tendency to write too much in these posts! However, this one was a little different to most. I used to work with Emily, and a few years later I end up photographing her and Andy's wedding at Bickley Mill. On top of that, Emily and Andy were also guests at two 2016 weddings that I photographed, so if there was ever a bride and groom that knew what they were getting, it was these two! Read More
Last Saturday I was travelling North to Saunton Sands for Caroline and Ray's wedding. The previous few days were a throw back to winter with the temperatures dropping back to single digits and all around miserable grey colour. So, when the forecast was a warm and sunny day I was pleasantly surprised, little did I know it would also produce a stunning sunset to top it all off! Read More
It's time for number three in the mini series of 'rewind', where I look back at images from weddings I've captured in recent years and pick eight of my favourites.
Now, there is no proper definition of how to make this list, but it's simply eight photos that I love and speak out to me. They might not even be in the portfolio, but I like them because of what they represent in that moment in time. Read More