Sara and Perry’s wedding was a joy to shoot and one I will certainly look back on with fondness in the years to come. When I arrived in the morning, it looked like Sara was wrapped up in a bundle of love surrounded by her family all laughing and smiling. This wonderful wedding had all the ingredients to help me produce a picture story that centred around close family and friends. Being at Hedingham Castle was an added bonus too. As a photographer you cant help but feel the aesthetics and surroundings of this beautiful venue are truly breathtaking and definitely helped inspire the picture making. I love looking back at these memories. From watching Perry wait for Sara before she walked down the aisle to the way they were with each other throughout the ceremony, I love the way the pictures make me feel. I also remember this day as the one with the speeches that had everyone in teas of laughter and as the one where a wonderfully emotional first dance followed shortly after. This wedding had it all. I hope you enjoy looking at these pictures as much as I have. Here are a few of my favourites.
I’ve been looking forward to blogging Natasha and Chris’s wedding for some time. This wedding has to be one of my all-time favourites. From meeting Natasha and Chris right the way through to delivering the photos, I was so pleased that they had asked me to be involved. On the day, I found myself in situations that inspired me. I loved seeing the relationships between close family and friends which made for some beautiful pictures. I came away from finishing this lovely wedding with a smile on my face and a renewed love and enthusiasm for the art I love, which is of course photography. I don't think I would love the picture taking as much if there were no people in the world, just me and my camera. That’s what I am reminded of when I look back at what took place on this wonderful wedding day. It was all about the people.
“A lovely man to work with. We are incredibly happy with the results. He was unobtrusive throughout the day and we didn’t have any awkward posed photos, and yet great photos were still produced. We can’t thank him enough”
- Natasha & Chris
Nonsuch mansion is a venue I have been lucky enough to work at on a couple of occasions. When Laura got in touch telling me about her and Alex’s wedding I new the day would be a great to photograph. I have always loved the look of this beautiful venue which is ever so nicely laid out catering for a wide variety of events. As I look back at the day, apart from enjoying capturing the moments between Laura, Alex, family and friends, there were quite a number of kids at the wedding and as anyone who photographs weddings knows this often helps create situations that are great for natural photographs. Here are a few of my favourites from this lovely sunny day.