I live in Canterbury. But it's rare that I get to work in Canterbury - for one thing we don't have a huge number of wedding venues within the city walls. So it was a double pleasure to photograph Rob and Monika's wedding at the St Lawrence Cricket Ground in CanterburyRead More
This is one I've been looking forward to for a long time. Not only are George and Gary great fun, this was a wedding within walking distance of my house! No long commute for me and a guaranteed easy day with great clients. You may want to settle back - thereRead More
I don't know what amazed me more about Chris and Paula's wedding: That Paula made pretty much everything herself or that everybody at the wedding was grinning all day. Anyway, here's one of the things that Paula didn't make. At the last minute she told me that she'd given upRead More
H-u-g-e congratulations to the new Mrs Webster and, err, the old Mr Webster. Louise and Anthony were married yesterday at St Martins Canterbury and Little Silver Hotel. First wedding of the year. And we had a ceilidh too. You can see more here.
L-o-a-d-s to get through with our first wedding of the year. Men with no trousers, a frog that got everywhere, two first dances and more dancing. LOTS of dancing. So here’s Louise in her green tracksuit. Except it’s not just green. It’s Celtic green. Yep, Louise is originally from north ofRead More
It's always fun to compare how brides and grooms prepare for their weddings. Melissa and Mark got married at Abbot's Barton Hotel in my home town of Canterbury on Saturday. Here's Melissa, looking every bit the beautiful bride. Notice that she's perfectly ready for the wedding, making a final check of herRead More
Tania and Phil were married at Canterbury Register Office (Wellington House) and then went on for a bit of a party at the Whitstable Brewery on the beach at Whitstable. It's pretty much as close as you can legally get to a beach wedding! There are some highlights below and aRead More
On of the things I love about my job is the chance to push the boundaries. Or just play with cameras however you prefer to view it I live about a mile from the cathedral in Canterbury which makes it an ideal place to try things out. It’s as dark as most churches and with the thousands of tourists who visit it I have to plan carefully to get the shots I want without people in the frame.
All the pictures from Julie and Peter’s wedding are now online.
You can watch some of the highlights below and below or if you want to see the whole thing (and maybe buy some copies) then there’s a link to their personal gallery. Read More
“We’re not doing many traditional things….”
That’s what Julie said to me when she asked me to photograph her wedding to Peter at the register office in Canterbury.
It turned out she wasn’t joking…..