Kensington Palace Wedding Photography

September 21, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
Cavalry and Guards Club Don't forget to check out even more pictures from the Slideshow at the bottom of the page. Natalie and Chris asked me to provide their Kensington Palace wedding photography at the start of the year, and it's fair to say that I've been looking forward to photographing this wedding all year. As an editorial photographer, I ha...
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Tithe Barn Wedding Photography

August 30, 2016  •  7 Comments
Tithe Barn Wedding Photography - It's Not Really A Job Wedding photography for me isn't really a job. I know it's a bit of a cliche to say stuff like that - I've been passionate about photography since I was three etc etc. Whilst I wasn't born clutching a Leica, I do really love photography, and love the way I work as a documentary wedding photogra...
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Notley Abbey Wedding

July 28, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
Historic Notley Abbey Anyone planning a Notley Abbey Wedding has something quite specific in mind. They're looking for an elegant, historic country setting. Somewhere with a sense of past, but capable of hosting an amazing celebration for their family and friends. Surrounded by idyllic English countryside, yet within easy access of an International...
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Families at Weddings

July 28, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
Of course I spend a lot of time watching and photographing the Bride and Groom. But the real importance, I believe, of wedding photography, is to act as a way for everyone at the wedding to travel back in time, back to that day. Memories fade, and recollection is clouded. Photography has an ability to engender details and feelings that have faded....
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Wedding Marquee Oxfordshire Photography

June 30, 2016  •  1 Comment
Tipi Tents in the Oxfordshire Countryside A church wedding ceremony, followed by the reception in a wedding marquee in Oxfordshire countryside. This always promised to be a fabulous day with lots of opportunity for some great wedding photojournalism! And that began at the Boyers Arms in the beautiful Oxfordshire village of Radley, the setting for t...
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Last Day At Home Before Your Wedding

June 27, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
"My first Valentines card. I was the only one in the class to get one from him. At least, I think it was him, everyones writing looked the same when we were ten. Anyway, I kept it. It's in that basket along with the mix tape Anthony made me when we first got together. I remember wondering if I could ever marry someone who only wore checked shirts a...
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Weddings Are All The Same, Aren't They?

June 21, 2016  •  1 Comment
They are really. Sometimes the prep is at home, sometimes in a hotel. Ceremony in a church, sometimes great light, occasionally banished to the back. Champagne reception, family pictures, speeches, meal and dance. But it's the little variations that form the distinctions from one wedding to the next. Like the clumps in the early universe, moments...
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Award Winning Images - WPJA 2016 Q1 Contest

June 16, 2016  •  1 Comment
I'm delighted to have had two more images awarded in the latest WPJA contest. The WPJA (Wedding Photojournalist Association) is an American based International organisation that concentrates on non-staged, un-posed, real, story-telling images. Exactly what my photography is about, which is why it means so much to me! The one above is from Katie an...
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Froyle Park Wedding Photography

June 15, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
An Indian Wedding at Froyle Park The Froyle Park wedding photography that you see here was the third and final part of my photographing Sheena and Jason's fabulous Indian wedding celebrations. The week had started with a civil ceremony at Home House in London, a classic London club house with understated style and elegance, perfect for a smaller fa...
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Asylum Wedding Photography

June 02, 2016  •  1 Comment
Asylum Wedding Photography This is such an amazing and unique venue in Peckham, South London. So when a fellow photographer asked me if I'd like to provide his brother with their Asylum wedding photography, I jumped at the chance! It used to be the chapel for a collection of Almshouses in London for retired pub landlords, the word asylum referring...
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