A little snow never hurt anybody! Yes it was dark, snowing, and a little cold outside but I brought my clients outside for a quick creative shot to capture the story exactly how it was. I set it up and brought them out and within a couple of shots we captured this moment and it was perfect!
The picture was taken spontaneous..."running away" in front of the Bride while her entrance at the wedding venue,I saw this situation and without thinking took the photo.I knew that I had a unique photography that faithfully unites this moment,emotions, family love, rustical authenticity of the wedding destination and a timeless photography that has its own story.
Living in the Peak District, its hard to find spectacular sunsets because it's normally wet and windy! However, I always tell my couples whatever the weather I want them to be thankful for the weather because of the images the weather helps creates. This is a perfect example of this, a cold, wet and windy shoot made beautiful because of its a cold, wet and windy shoot!
Being a wedding photographer herself, this bride and her groom went for a renewal of the vows on their 12,5 year wedding anniversary. I was thrilled when she asked me to take the pictures of the photoshoot of that day. We had so much fun! It was great to work with a wedding photographer colleague and her husband!
I had always wanted to shoot an Indian wedding. They're the most beautiful weddings of all. Not only was I lucky enough to book one, but I was lucky enough to have a gorgeous bride who had fierce piercing eyes. She had a phenomenal henna artist as well. I pretty much just took the picture, it was there for the taking.
It was New Years Eve and it was cold and wet but Becca and Jonny were quite happy to get out and create something different. Becca wanted to show off the veil so we thought a veil toss silhouette would be perfect.
Shot at Pryoys Hayes Golf Club and Wedding Venue in Cheshire
This was photographed on a bridge in Raleigh, NC that known for the iconic skyline. After getting those "expected" photos I wanted to do something a little different. Being we are on a bridge, our resources were kind of limited. Luckily I remember seeing a photo similar to this in New York City. Ideally, you'd want a car traveling slower but most of these cars were going about 35-40mph so it took a few tries to make it happen.
The wedding was at the most amazing little ski chalet in Minneapolis and the day was perfect from start to finish. Towards the end of the night, I took a walk outside to see if there were any good shots I could get and noticed a snow making machine churning out snow. I got this crazy idea that it would awesome to have the bride and groom standing in the blowing snow! Sure it was really cold and the snow was blowing but.....???? I went and found the happy couple and luckily, maybe due to certain amounts of alcohol, they totally agreed and off we went!!! Love adventurous couples!
While working as a Destination Wedding Photographer in The Florida Keys I had heard about this famous pier, which when viewed in the daytime, leads into an expansive view of the crystal clear turquoise, emerald and aquamarine waters of the Atlantic Ocean. It was a deciding factor in why my couple chose the venue so I knew we had to incorporate it into their day. We did some couples portraits during a brief period at sunset and were happy with the results but when the lights came on I saw the leading lines, sent my assistant to set up a light and collected the couple for a few intimate moments of night portraits. This is one of my favorite images, and couples, to date.
I was so incredibly nervous shooting this wedding. The Groom himself is a multi-award winning wedding photographer (and an amazing friend of mine) so the pressure to produce award winning work on his wedding day was HUGE! I will admit though that he was very relaxed about it all and I put most of the pressure on myself. After a day of non-stop rain in the Lake District we managed to get some time outside after dark and this is the result :-) x
The lovely Louise & Mark’s beautiful wedding was in East London, at Dalston Heights. It was wedstival inspired wedding that was cool & relaxed, with a London vibe that turned into a big party. They transformed the venue and the focus was all about there guests having a good time. Which they did indeed!.
This photo was done at Llandudno Beach, Cape Town, South Africa. I recently saw another photographer doing in-camera double exposures like this image so I had to try one for myself. This image was actually blended in Photoshop, because I couldn't get their fingers to line up in-camera. The trick is you need to guess where they will stand, and then you must also do this while the camera is upside down in my hands...super tricky!
This picture was taken of the bride dressing herself, surrounded by many of the women in her family, who, like her, kept smiling. The mirror clearly reflects the emotion and joy of the minutes before saying yes. I love capturing moments like that that the bride and groom do not feel they are focusing on, moments of authentic happiness.
If you are looking for a desert, come to Poland by the sea to Łeba. I took this picture in the morning, the wind was really strong, and my camera needed regeneration from sand and salt after this session;) I wish every photographer such a great job for the bride, the work was perfect.
This shot was a quick shot in between locations. Five minutes previously it had been raining. But at a crossroads on the moors where the roads seem to go on forever we jumped out the car to grab a few shots a capture some of that magic moors romance
In a place only accessible by float plane, Stuart & Courtney said their vows on a small dock overlooking Ubiquity Lake, SK. As the sun started to sink slowly behind the trees casting a magical glow over the water, they held on to each other and the promise of their unending love.
Mr and Mrs Rego celebrating their love of 8 years coming together. After all the wait it was time for these love birds to get married. As they are very energetic as a couple, they chose to go to the hills for the post wedding. This was shot on the beautiful hills of ballalarayanadurga after the sun was set and left us with the beautiful clouds.