Late last year I had the pleasure of spending not one, but two beautiful days with Claudia & Sarang for their weddings.
The first wedding was at The Royal Pavilion, Brighton & included a lovely, intimate ceremony with their closest family, before heading over to Food For Friends, for a nice relaxed meal & some celebratory drinks. The second was a full on Indian wedding at Bhasvic.
Late last year I photographed Oran & Sofiane’s beautiful same sex wedding at Ashdown Park Hotel – a stunning hotel near the Ashdown Forest, a favourite spot of mine!
Milly & Chris got married late last year in St Peters Church, Firle, a firm favourite of ours! Afterwards they headed along the road to the incredible Firle Place to have a wonderful, sophisticated garden party in a marquee in the grounds of the house.
Firle is such a wonderful little place, we often go there for lunch at the Ram & a little wander around the village, so being able to photograph a wedding there is always special for us!
2016, You’ve been amazing.
From the incredible people we’ve met, the beautiful weddings we’ve been a part of & the amazing moments we’ve witnessed. You’ve been amazing.
Jess & Chris got married at the stunning Rumbolds Barn, near Billinghurst in Sussex. It’s a venue I’ve heard great things about for a long time, but not one I’d had the pleasure to work at until their wedding.
We’ve covered lots of weddings at other barn wedding venues – Sussex Barn, Bury Court, Fitzleroi, Pangdean etc. and they always make for great days, so we were very excited to get to Rumbolds and it certainly did did not disappoint! It’s a really lovely space with beautiful gardens & a fantastic lake.
Hannah & Tom got married on an insanely sunny day last month at the stunning All Saints Chapel in Eastbourne.
They filled the day with so much laughter & fun – everyone had an amazing time & it made it so much fun to document. Tom also wins the award for most emotional speech (if there were such an award.) He did a video diary & documented the entire build up to the proposal and the wedding day, then played the video during his speech – I’m pretty sure there wasn’t a dry eye in the house!!
A few weeks ago, I celebrated my 30th Birthday, & what better way to celebrate your birthday, than by doing something you absolutely love! I had the pleasure of documenting Chloé & Dave’s special day & I cannot think of a nicer bunch of people to spend the day with!! They are such stars they even gave me a special Birthday shoutout in their speeches & then brought me out a stunning cake!
It also marked the first time Heather & I have photographed a wedding together since Robyn was born, 7 months ago – strangely she has been busy up until this point & unable to be my second photographer, but we’re pleased to say we are now back to normal! (Albeit normal +1!)
Anyway, enough about us – back to the lovely Chloé & Dave… They are complete family people, they love their families & children, & they filled their day with both! They had around 20 children for the day (which I think may be some kind of record), one of which being their own daughter Flo – who absolutely stole the show!
A few weeks ago, I photographed the wedding of the wonderful Carrie & Ben – an American & a Englishman, who met in Israel & got married in Brighton! One of the most globetrotting couples I’ve ever had the pleasure of photographing.
I don’t find myself in London for a lot of weddings – whilst about 85% of my clients are London folks, most choose to get married in the country, but it’s one of my favourite places to shoot – so when Jada & Chino enquired about me photographing their wedding – I knew it would be great.
A few weeks ago I had the pleasure of traveling to Aylesbury, to photograph Lizzie & Duncan’s wedding.
I’d been looking forward to their wedding ever since skyping with Lizzie & hearing all about their plans – they wanted a wedding that was part garden party, part festival – all the things I love in a wedding! & with their talented, creative, bunch of friends providing lots of the entertainment, decoration & indeed food, I knew it was going to be a cracking day.