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Charlotte and Nicks wedding in London

I’ve photographed so many friends’ wedding this year, new friends, old friends and friends of friends, which is always lovely and a pleasure to do. This friend, Charlotte, Ive known from a long, long time ago, our little group doing our best to study hard at college whilst having an eye for fun, fashion and […]

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Kristin and Kevin at Whispering Pines, USA

Every now and then I come across a wedding that just “gets” me. Makes me want to get married again, and again. Not just because the couple seem so right together, and blissfully in love but because they seem so tight, you know? Like absolutely nothing is going to break them, the wedding being important […]

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The perfect venue for your wedding photography

OK so I feel a little like I’m coming out of the winter months, all “Miss Haversham” Style, dusting off my cobwebs and getting ready for the next wedding season. Although people do get married over the winter, the summer in the UK is where its at for most weddings, even though our summers are […]

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Wedding Photography at Marthas Vineyard

Travelling to Marthas’ Vineyard felt a little surreal for me – always having heard about how lovely it was but nothing prepared me for how romantic and stunning the island is. What a perfect location to document tying the knot for KC and Steve. The church that they decided to get married in was picture […]

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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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