Post Tagged with: "Weddings"

Part II – Wedding: Hedsor House, Taplow – Jeanette & Rich

Part II of Jeanette & Rich’s epic wedding, today, Hedsor house. Guest post alert! I’m actually handing the blog over to Rich for this one: We stumbled upon Alex’s work online by chance early last year – fast forward 16 months and we can honestly say that choosing Alex as our […]

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Wedding: Cumbria, Lake District – Claire & JJ

I first met Claire and JJ at the wedding of Steph and Sivan in Place des Conde, France, so for me this was one of those great occasions when I know half the guests already and I’m treated as one of the ‘family.’ To add icing to my wedding cake, […]

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Wedding: Oxo 2, London – Mark and Will

Mark and Will were guests at another wedding I photographed – that of Ramsay and James at Jesus College, Cambridge. They liked what they saw of us at work and got in touch with a typically humorous and deprecating opening email – not surprisingly my studio manager, Louise, developed a […]

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Wedding: Hedsor House, Taplow – Sandi & Sam

My photographic year began with colour and smiles: the wedding of Sananda and Sam at Hedsor House in Buckinghamshire, with both a civil service and a Hindu ceremony. I’d photographed Sandi’s sister’s wedding last year, so it was really great for me to have the chance to see Shreya and […]

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Award: Junebug Best of the Best

I’m really proud to tell you that I’ve been included in the Junebug Best of The Best Wedding Photography Collection for 2015. Junebug is well-known as one of the most prestigious and popular wedding blogs globally, lauded for its editorial excellence and the trust its readers place in its recommendations, […]

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2015 – Year in review from one of the Top UK Wedding Photographers

  Wow, what a crazy year it’s been. I’m currently writing this from Queenstown, New Zealand after spending the last couple of weeks traveling and learning to fly. Some stats from 2015: Total Photos Taken: 230,000 Weddings & Pre-Weddings Photographed: 35 Countries Visited: 13 Miles Travelled: ~70,000 But sometimes statistics […]

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