Blog

Here I feature some of my recent work, as well as personal projects, interest, shenanigans and otherness.  Feel free to have a good old rummage and do let me know if you’re liking what you’re seeing!

Froyle Park Wedding Photography – Allie & Trev

Feb 04, 2021

Today’s blog post, Allie & Trev’s Christmas extravaganza of 2019 (which was way back in the old days, when guests could be herded around without social distancing measures). Is it me or is December the new August for weddings? Winter weddings are on the increase and venues are really upping their game to adapt to this new phenomenon. In some cases, it means completely transforming their interior design and keeping

Wedding Photography at Chester Town Hall – Amy & Oli

Dec 15, 2020

Here I am with another lovely little wedding blog for you to feast your eyes on! We’re going back a wee while to Oct 2019, when I photographed Amy & Oli’s explosive (literally) wedding in Chester. These guys are based in Manchester and enquired to see if I’d be able to travel up t’north for it… one Airbnb booking later, I was in!The ceremony took place in Chester’s magnificent Town

Wedding Photography at The Old Rectory – Lauren & Ben

Mar 06, 2020

It’s a very wet and rainy day today in London… a miserable looking Wednesday afternoon and I can’t wait for the Spring to arrive. We’ve had some pretty rotten weather in the last few weeks, I’ve had to replace three fencing panels and we’ve had to have our kitchen flat roof replaced. Go away winter! Today I decided to blog Lauren & Ben’s wedding from late September 2019 (I’m trying

Wedding Photography at the Royal Pavilion – Becky & Tom

Jan 31, 2020

Here’s something a little different, well it was for me anyway… a wedding at the epic Royal Pavilion in Brighton! I’ve driven past it many times on the way to the seafront, I know it as the “mini Taj Mahal”, as the exterior design really resembles an Indian style building.Its actual name, The Royal Pavilion, has a colourful history stretching back over two hundred years. Built as the seaside pleasure