Category Archives: Venues

The Old Rectory in Hastings – what a place to have a wedding. Originally it was built in the 16th century as the rectory to All Saints Church next door, but recently it has been converted into a boutique, bed and breakfast, with stylish interiors and stunning gardens outside. It was my first time to The Old…

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I do love a Chiddingstone Castle wedding. It’s very near to where I live in Kent and I’m very lucky to be able to go to so many lovely venues around this area. The castle itself is situated on the edge of Chiddingstone, a beautiful, rural Tudor village. I had been to the village a couple of…

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So another year has passed. Time for me to dig out some of my favourite wedding images of 2016.  It’s always interesting to go back and look at what was photographed relatively recently. As well as the photos I remember quite well from the previous year, I’m always pleased to find images I had forgotten about. Some just get…

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I’ve really got some catching up to do. The blog has been neglected this year and the weddings have stacked up. I’ve gone back to those from last year and have chosen to feature Caroline and Matt’s Goudhurst wedding. Goudhurst wedding I really like Goudhurst and have some good memories of this beautiful Kent village from my…

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Sophie and Rob’s Eridge Park wedding was definitely one I was looking forward to photographing. For one thing, the reception was at a beautiful country estate venue that I hadn’t worked at before and was very close to where I live in the Tunbridge Wells area. It also had a Russian Orthodox ceremony and again…

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