Wales wedding
Wales wedding
Tracy and Phil were married at Castle Coch near Cardiff earlier this year. They wanted some natural, low-key photography for their super-friendly wedding at this amazing historic venue. Having never shot there before I visited the day before and received a very warm welcome from the staff who showed me around and ran me through the running order for the ceremony, which is always useful to know so I can plan my way through the shots and think through where people are likely to be. The courtyard was ideal for the group shots and the height of the tower offered some lovely opportunities for 'window' shots of the couple. Tra Read the Post
Hannah and Jamie were married at Clearwell Castle on a sunny day in June. It's a beautiful venue and Jamie and Hannah were a lovely couple whose wedding was great fun. One of the things I most enjoy about wedding photography is that I get to spend amazing days with great people and this wedding was the epitome of that.    Read the Post
I spent an amazing day around Cheltenham a couple of weeks ago with Sarah Tuesday Hathor (http://www.tuesdayhathor.com/) who wanted some 'paparazzi style' shots of a celebrity family out and about around town; partly a product promotion and partly for her portfolio. We decided to involve two awesome little girls who really brought the shoot to life, and we are all really pleased with the results. It rained for most of the shoot, which actually added a load of character to the pictures. I particularly love the images which are least posed here - and the baguettes! By way of an update... a selection of these images featured in September's Co ... Read the Post
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