Spring is here, and with it the return of the blog. I realised the other day that not only has it been months since I updated this, I didn’t even sign off with the end of the season back in November (there was to be an update at Christmas, but a batch of what I […]
First of all, a big thank-you to everybody who came along to last month’s showcase in London. It was great to see you all, and great to have my work all in one place for once as well as to see clients old and new. After spending so long on each couples’ pictures and albums, […]
Last wedding of the season was Ben and Holly who were married in Tunbridge Wells. Once again, my job was made easier by having Alex Brenner with me to cover the groom in the morning and to obtain coverage of the ceremony from further up the church. The full set is still a few more […]
Not the start of a bad joke, simply a description of my July. A reminder though of how every wedding I shoot ends up being unique in some way. City, village, countryside… Quaker, Anglican, Civil… Posed, Reportage, Contemporary… Band, Disco, Ceilidh… definitely avoiding falling into the trap of treating all jobs as the same, as […]
Dan and Ebony’s was definitely a first for me, married as they were in a zoo. Let me rephrase that. Port of Lympne zoo is essentially a turn of the century stately home… complete with safari park. And when you think about it, a first rate wedding venue. After all, what better way to start […]
Two weekends, two countries, two weddings, a small volcanic crisis and an awful lot of work to be getting on with. First up were Genevieve and Dominic in Surrey. WIth 120 plus evening guests this was a sizeable wedding with over twenty immediate family on one side and a large Spanish contingent on the other. […]
So it’s taken a little while to get going, but here is my first official blog posting. It’s been a tricky last few months taking advantage of the lull to get myself familiar with Göteborg, Swedish and to prepare some long overdue administration for the coming year. The highlight was definitely the SWPP conference in […]
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