I met up with Naomi and Michael toward the back end of 2018 at one of my favourite pizza places in Nottingham.
Flash forward almost 10 months and with some nicer weather coming through it was time to arrange their pre-wedding shoot. They are both regular park runners, and Rushcliffe Park is a popular venue for the event, so naturally they have spent a fair amount of time on the paths that crisscross the grounds.
Just a few months until Rob and Rogers’ big day, and now I can’t wait!
We had so much fun popping up to Bosworth Hall to do their pre-wedding shoot last week that I can’t help but imagine how it’s all going to look when the venue is set up and full of glammed up guests!
I had an blast shooting for this gorgeous couple down in Oxfordshire this weekend! Shan and Ryan were such a pleasure to watch - non stop smiles, laughs and playing around.
We also popped in to check out Caswell House as well and it is an absolute stunner! I can't wait for the big day now!
I’ve known Anthony and Charlotte for a very long time, so it was an absolute pleasure to be asked to cover their big day at the National Botanical Garden in Wales in just a few weeks.
What a year. Lots of movement for me, lots of shoots, and my first international wedding!
Better late than never - here are a selection of my favourite images from 2018 - onwards and upwards in 2019
Pow pow ka-pow!
What a banger.
Loved every bit of this wedding from the start to the finish.
How often do you see the groom getting up before the bride to go for a fell run with a group of - somehow equally keen - friends.
Unfortunately due to my camera gear, and liking breakfast I wasn’t able to tag along…
Italy - what can I say?!
Beautiful weather, beautiful food, beautiful people.
Live band karaoke!
Sam and Phil invited me to cover their two day wedding in the wonderful Villa Catignano earlier this year, and I couldn’t say no! Set in the hills of Tuscany, close to Sienna, we set off a week in advance in order to enjoy Rome and scope out the areas.
It was chilly, and it was windy but it was the first wedding of the year and we were really looking forward to it. It wasn't snowing but it also wasn't raining, and once we stepped into the house at Norwood Park with the fire roaring (which was perfect), the atmosphere was nothing like the weather outside. ..