Congratulations to Anna and Jamie who married at Stoke Newington Town Hall before enjoying a lovely relaxed reception at the Londesborough Pub. The personal touches and colour scheme made this a beautiful autumnal wedding. And the speeches were among the best I’ve ever heard!
A beautiful close family wedding in sunny Devon. Charlotte and James have been together seven years and this stunning wedding was two years in the making. It paid off! A lovely service was held in Pyworthy before heading back to the family home for a marquee reception. Congratulations Charlotte and James, it was great to be a part of your day. x
Great to visit Hayling Island in Hampshire for Charlotte and Robin’s engagement shoot, and to see where their wedding will take place in August. This is an absolutely beautiful, idyllic spot and I can’t wait to shoot there on their special day. This is as rural as it gets!
Another beautiful spring day to do an engagement shoot, and this time Kew Gardens provided a stunning backdrop with its abundance of colour, light and rich textures. Charlie and Pete were a great couple to photograph and I can’t wait to the big day at the end of the month!
This was a gorgeous spring day for Michelle and Richie’s engagement shoot in Richmond. This lovely couple had their first date here so it seemed fitting to go back to where they started out, and Richmond couldn’t be more perfect for a romantic pre wedding shoot! Very much looking forward to the wedding in Sandwich, Kent, in July.
I always love capturing kids on camera and this relaxed family photography session with Charlotte and Fergal and their family was no exception. With a one week old baby, it was a special time to photograph and capture some moments with their little ones.
Despite some challenging wintery weather nothing dampened the spirits for Rosada and Will’s wedding at the beautiful Bury Court Barn in Hampshire. A relaxed and personal ceremony with close friends and family made for a lovely wedding under the old beams at Bury Court Barn. To top it off Rosada and Will had a fantastic ceilidh; nothing better to get everyone up and dancing! Congratulations to you both, hope you had a wonderful day.
Nestled in the Camargue region of southern france, lies an idyllic 500 year old farmhouse run by the quintessential Frenchman Jean Claude. When Erin and James got engaged, they immediately thought of Le Mas de Barbut and knew it would make an enchanting wedding venue. Situated just outside Aigues Mortes, this place packs a punch when it comes to character and charm. Rustic and classically French, the vine covered walls, flowers, artefacts found in the natural grounds, ginger moggies, and stunning gardens added to this heavenly spot. Erin and James enjoyed their day with their six month old daughter Niamh and 50 other guests. A beautiful ceremony was followed by a naming ceremony for Niamh before drinks and canopies were served in the courtyard. The nearby beach and countryside provided a great backdrop to some shots before heading back for an alfresco dinner. The attention to detail on the dinner tables was exquisite, and following the amazing French food and wines, Erin and James did their first dance with little Niamh before old movies were played against a moonlit night sky – a perfectly romantic day for a gorgeous couple. Congratulations to both Erin and James! x