Hats – Part of my ongoing series where I explain why I love a particular wedding picture that I have shot recently.Details
I’ve been photographing weddings professionally since 2008. In that time, I’ve shot over 300 weddings and many of them are featured on this blog.
In my time, I’m extremely proud of the fact that I have become the first Wedding Photography ambassador for Fujifilm, have spoken and trained other photographers as far a field as Tokyo, Buenos Aires and Philadelphia and have had a monthly column running consecutively for three years in the industry magazine Professional Photographer.
Of course, none of that should mean zip to you, as a client. The only thing that should matter is whether you like my photographs. I do & I hope you do too.
Please take a long look around the wedding photography blog. Start with the most recent is my advice, and dig in.
The gorgeous wedding of Emily & Paddy in Jegun, South West France.Details
Claire, the bride, and her dad arrive at The Church of St Thomas of Canterbury, Cothelstone for the wedding ceremony on a blustery May day.Details
Another image from my series where I look at some of my favourite shots from recent weddings. This time, I’m taking you to Jenna & Guillaume’s wedding at The Rectory, Crudwell.Details
Another image from The Church of St Michael and All Angel’s, Summertown – infact a similar image to one I shared a few days ago. This time, from a different perspective.Details
A really colourful confetti shot from a wedding last year at Herons Barn. I hope you like it as much as I do.Details