I was asked the other day if I ever get any unusual requests. My reply was something along the lines of "actually I never get any usual requests". Saturday's wedding for Colin and Sue at Hever Castle was no exception. We had a bride on a picnicRead More
Remember Ashley and Victoria? You know the one with the flying bride. And the rainbow. And the castle. And the wheat field. And the ship. And the vintage Rolls Royce. And the Lord of the Rings sword. And the..... Oh wait, I haven't shown you all the pictures yet, have I?Read More
I'm not supposed to have favourites but I'm going to come right out and say it. I loved this wedding. And that shot is probably my favourite wedding picture of the year. One shot, one chance. Just like 90% of what I do..... But we're getting aheadRead More
Yesterday was one of my most exciting weddings of the year. And also my most unusual. For privacy and security reasons, all pictures from this wedding featuring the couple or any of their guests will need to be cleared before I can post them. So in this sneak preview you won'tRead More
Loads of pictures from Emma and Rhett's wedding at Lympne Castle in Kent are now online to view. Real people, real weddings, real photography :) Ordinarily I'd show a few teasers a couple of days after the wedding and then the whole thing a couple of weeks later. But "ordinary" wentRead More
Another of our gorgeous real weddings makes it into print. The magazine pile in the gallery is just getting bigger!Read More
Felicity and Dave are back after drying out on honeymoon! The rain at their wedding didn’t dampen their spirits and they had a fantastic time.
You can now view all the pictures from their wedding at Walmer Castle and wedding reception at the Blazing Donkey online.
There’s a short slideshow to give you a taste of the wedding below.
Another glorious day in Kent. Another gorgeous bride and handsome groom. Another wonderful venue this time Cooling Castle Barn).
Could this job get any more fun?
Actually if I wanted to be picky then I could have done with a little less sun on the day. But it’s still fun watching the guys run up and down knowing that they are fairly warm in their 3 piece suits :).
People ask me “what do you do if it rains?”. My answer is always the same “the cameras can take more water than a wedding dress – we’ll go on shooting”. Some people laugh. And some people don’t believe me. Then there are people like Flis and Dave who call my bluff. And that’s when we get the coolest pictures.
Of course, it was just my luck to meet a very cool couple who were absolutely up for anything the elements could throw at them on one of the wettest days ever. Those are sandbags which were in front of pretty much all the houses in the road. There were 4 inches of rain forecast and the environment agency had issued a severe weather warning. A perfect day for a wedding!