Summertime and the living is easy! Read More
This relaxed laid back wedding suited Russ and Jo who wanted a day filled with love, family and ice-cream - what else is there in life?!
Wedding photographers love beautiful natural light and a beautiful window shot is something we all crave!!! Read More
A beautiful sunny day for Daniel & Louella to tie the knot - quite literally, in their Humanist ceremony at Horwood House... Read More
Zoe & Joe say I do at the wonderful Horwood House, near Milton Keynes...
This family wedding was all about having a bit of fun!
Bisham Abbey was once home to Henry the VIII and it's beautiful setting charmed the lovely Ksenia and her husband Steve - it's a great place for a wedding! Read More
Lucy and Jay say their vows in the sunshine! Their wedding was set in the stunning walled garden at Shendish Manor in Kings Langley, Hertfordshire. They had dreamed of an outdoor ceremony... Read More
A fantastic wedding day for Sarah & Henry - one of the loveliest couples I have ever had the pleasure of meeting...
This church wedding was very well attended with around 50 extra guests! This inclusive couple included tea and cakes in the village hall before heading off to Beechwood Park to enjoy a wonderful wedding breakfast with their closest family and friends... Read More
I fell in love with Butley Priory as soon as I saw it - it's private, grand, but not overstated - and the inside is simply magical and I was really lucky to have such a lovely couple to photograph on the day. Read More
A relaxed, summer wedding in Stanbridge, Bedfordshire
Faye and Lloyd enjoyed a large church wedding with a fantastic party atmosphere fir their marquee reception at The Five Bells.... Read More
A festive feel to this winter wedding at the beautiful Heythrop Park. Nandini & Vinesh say I do in style... Read More
The most colourful images are often black and white...
I love the timeless appeal that black and white wedding photography delivers. The lack of colour allows us to explore the subject at a deeper level and to connect with the image in a different way Read More