Hi, I am Rob a Wedding Photographer based in Nottingham – England. I photograph people in love – all over the world.
When I don’t take photos (or edit them), I love to spend time with my partner Alisha (An International Photographer and Writer who won the Photography Award in Seattle in 2015 in Fine Art) who I am crazy about more than she knows (we shoot weddings together) and my little family in Frankfurt Germany, where one day I will eventually live in a small house in the country.
Why weddings? I first got in touch with wedding photography after leaving the British Army in 2012, since that day I’ve had the opportunity to work with many amazing photographers and just simply fell in love photographing people in love. Weddings to me are diverse, challenging and inspiring. I simply enjoy telling your personal story with timeless images, which will allow you to relive these moments forever. Wedding photography has become my my love affair.
At recent wedding at Brandhatch Hotel, we managed to sneak the bride & groom out at sunset, set a light up behind the couple and tried to balance the sunset above the building, trees with the flash light. With the aim to produce a stunning WOW shot for the couple. Hopefully we pulled it off.
This photo is from a recent wedding at Ashore Hill in Warwickshire back in July. On a beautiful summers day, I asked the bride & groom to just be themselves, go for a walk and I manage to get this picture of them hand in hand walking and enjoy the evening sun.
A great shot in B&W of them just being themselves.
This image was taken from the wedding of Kirsty & Dan at the Iconic Ryder Cup Golf Course of Celtic Manor Newport Wales. The perfect location to another prefect wedding.
I had a fun day at the wedding of Gemma & Richie at Haselbury Mill. Their day was one to remember for sure and I am so privileged to have been there to capture the day including the confetti shower when they left the church that day. I didn’t realise how much confetti there was. But it made for such a great image.
The story behind the first picture of the bouquet throw. Well I was at a wedding, enjoying the warm evening air, when the bride decided it was time to throw her bouquet. So I just grab my camera and thought it would be a great idea to join in with the girls to see if I could grab as many shots as possible as they all run and jump in hope of catching the bouquet. Luckily for me, I was in the right place at the right time and with the camera set to 11fps, I walked away a happy man with the image I wanted.
As for the story of the second image of the tree. Towards the end of 2015 I was at a wedding near a golf course and spotted this large but lone tree. All day it was in my mind and I kept thinking of how I could use this tree in an image. But with the light fading, I decided the only way was to light it up and be creative. I had to use 3-speed lights behind the tree/couple on a tri-sync, to speed the light around and into the tree. A fourth light was placed in front of the couple to light them up. So after a little setup and some test shots, I got the couple out and well the rest is history! I love the challenge of creating something unique for each couple with light and so pleased the image became a reality.