Monthly Archives: November 2012

When Karen and Mark booked me to be their documentary wedding photographer at The Olde Bell Hurley, I’d been informed that a  log cutting ceremony would be taking place. This is a German wedding tradition I hadn’t seen before. Lots of Karen’s family and friends had come over from Germany, so the log cutting tradition…

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Rice can hurt. I know, I been on the receiving end on more than one occasion when trying to get in there for a great confetti shot. I love the way Heather is doing that natural reaction of tightly closing her eyes when faced with having something thrown at her, but at the same time…

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I think Karen and Mark’s wedding was the fifth one I had obtained from recommendations by the staff at one of London’s law firms. Like so many of the weddings I photograph, I hadn’t met Karen and Mark before the date or worked at their particular venues, but was delighted to be their wedding photographer…

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For this one, I was the wedding photographer at St Augustine’s Priory, Bilsington. Situated in the Garden of England, this lovely country estate spans seven acres with the medieval priory dating back to the 13th century. Here in the Grand Hall, Victoria and Steven have just been pronounced husband and wife, have had a kiss…

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These pictures are from a couple of years back when I was the documentary wedding photographer at Catherine and Jason’s marquee wedding in Roxwell, Essex. I was quite excited about the evening celebrations as they had hired the Ukelele Orchestra of Great Britain to be their band for the evening. How cool is that! Being…

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