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Georgia and Doug’s Wedding at Horsted Place Hotel

Dearest George and Doug were married at Horsted Place Hotel in Sussex on a blustery day this November. George and her lovely sisters getting ready in the bridal suite along with the bridesmaids and flower girls including George’s amazing niece Lolly. George is the sister of Kate who’s wedding I shot earlier in the year […]

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Hester and Alex beautiful Suffolk wedding

Hester and Alex, such a lovely couple were married in Suffolk at the Bride Hesters parents’ lovely church then reception back at the family’s beautiful country home. This wedding was the epitomy of the English Countryside wedding, the guests made an effort with hats, the dress was grand and the receiving line long. For me, […]

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Our Favourite Wedding Flowers…

We love flowers at the best of times, but weddings flowers, we cant get enough of them. the favourites smell a lot and are colourful and eye catching but sometimes the most effective are simple, white and just stunning. flowers on the tables, flowers on the bridesmaids and the mother of the bride but those […]

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Your Brighton wedding photography- The moments in between…

So. Before I get lost in a whirlwind of Summer weddings and developing and albums, I wanted to share some thoughts about Moments. I’m always striving to create a storybook effect from weddings that I shoot. Shooting and catching bits that are not expected, noticing the moments in between. photographing Brighton weddings, to me isn’t […]

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Babette and Thanos’ Wedding: Photography in London.

Babette was one of the most relaxed brides Ive photographed so far. I suppose that relaxation is the “knowing” you have as a bride that you are marrying your perfect match. That’s how the whole day felt; like two people who had connected seamlessly were just doing what was meant: Tying the knot. Getting Married. […]

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