As someone who’s been happily married for over a decade, I know how big the commitment is that you’re making to each other. It brings a new dimension of happiness and mutual support to your lives.
I also know how important it is to get meaningful photographs of your wedding day that will stand the test of time. That’s why I capture beautiful romantic portraits as well as the set-piece group photos. Since you’ve chosen the venue for your ceremony and reception at least partly on the basis of its ambience, I take care to show it in all its glory. I also capture all the little details you have put in to make the day unique to you.
My journey into wedding photography began four years ago. A former work colleague at Ordnance Survey, where I regularly shot portraits and events, asked me to photograph her wedding. I loved the experience and, thereafter, took every opportunity to learn and gain experience that came my way.
I also photograph events and services at Romsey Abbey, where I sing in the choir. This gives me a special affinity with church weddings.
I’m a recommended supplier at The Orangery Suite, near Wimborne. Your Hampshire and Dorset Wedding is featuring the vintage styled shoot I organised at this beautiful venue in its current edition. My work has also been featured several times on the English Wedding Blog.
Rachel, my wife, is a freelance writer and editor. She runs one of the top 10 interior design blogs in Britain, Fresh Design Blog, and is expert at crochet, Jewellery-making and all sorts of other crafts.
And our tabby, Binky? Well, she’s good at sleeping and attention-seeking. Does a cat need to do more?
A FEW OF MY FAVOURITE THINGS
Roses in our garden
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