Ashley & Kevin wedding was one of my best weddings ever. The ceremony was at the beautiful St. Lucy Church. This shot was the last shot before we head to the venue. After we are all done with family photos, I asked Ashley and Kevin for 2-3 more shots for them only. I had my assistant on my left with a flash and I got this beautiful image in a few seconds.
New hotel in DC so I decided to use their new style of lighting around their ballrooms as a perfect setup for this shot. My clients didn't know what my vision was but trusted in it enough to capture this memory before hitting the dance floor again and partying the rest of the night away!
Katie & Owen are not only lovely people, but they're also incredibly talented jugglers!
When they asked me if it was possible to make a picture that showed their passion for their shared hobby I had just the idea in mind. We went as the sun was setting and the rest (as they say) is history :)
This was a winter evening wedding, so the ceremony took place long after dark, so with that in mind, I decided to get creative with the portraits and really use the venue to its potential. I found a lovely walk way, lit up with fairy lights, so a simple flash placed behind the couple, using the umbrella to bounce the light back onto them, allowed me to capture this magical image.
These two fluffy fur friends had their best day ever! Their Pawrents tied the knot and they just couldn't stop smiling. It was such a beautiful day, what more could they ever wish for?
Krystle & her new lovely husband Mike had their beautiful wedding at Upwaltham Barns. This confetti shot was the standard mood of the day, it was smiles and laughs all day long in the beautiful Sussex countryside.
They even had a rainbow!
Congratulations Krystle & Mike wish you so much happiness.
I love this photo. I captured it on Cat Bells in the Lake District - The clouds were turning and a storm was setting in. I think this was the last shot before we decided to go back down. Just as well as it rained quite heavily just as we got to the bottom.
Pre-wedding photo shoots are my favorite because the pictures would always turn out to be spontaneous. We saw this snowy path on our way to the location. I remembered we had white smoke so I just made them stand there in the cold to take the picture. With the smoke, the location and their clothes, I had the perfect combination.
This awesome couple lives near these cube-shaped houses in the center of Rotterdam and absolutely love them. During this shoot, I wanted to create an abstract image where at first sight you are unclear at what you were looking at. I am very glad they absolutely loved the result also.
The wonderful couple Liesbeth & Maxime got married in the beautiful Castle 'de Boterberg' in Kalmthout, Belgium. This day was one as a wedding should be. Great couple, lovely friends & family, perfect weather, superb location and lots, lots of food & drinks. All very stylish and yet relaxed. In and around the Castle in Kalmthout we made some lovely pictures as the couple gave us a free hand to make the pictures we wanted.
Liesbeth & Maxime, it was an honor and pleasure to photograph your day, thanks for a great day!
Albert & Claudia
This image show the strength of a relations where with all the difficulties which is depicted by the colour red and the calm which is depicted by the pastel colour of the sand and the strength of their love which is depicted by the standing strong dead tree in the desert. shot on my Nikon D 810..
An eye for details. I wanted to capture the bride's emotion before she wore her wedding Lehenga. Here I have shot a detailed image of the bride's eye because the beauty of a woman must be seen from her eyes as it is the doorway to the heart, the place where love resides.
Tim and Tyanne are getting married in August and wanted some pictures for their wedding invitation. We decided to go to the Soesterduinen - a beautiful nature reserve with sand dunes near our home town - at sunset. The clouds in the sky were a bonus to this lovely evening with this great couple.
We had just done a little portrait session where the sun stayed behind a cloud for the whole time. The pictures were lovely but something was missing. Lauren & Matt went off to greet some evening guests and I went inside to get things ready for their first dance which was due to start in 5 minutes. Once inside I turned around and saw a streak of blazing sunlight! I ran back outside and they were as excited as I was. They quickly grabbed hold of each other and I positioned myself with the sun behind them to get this near perfect sunset portrait
On a cold and windy day in March, we traveled through the Scottish Highlands to shoot wedding photos at ‘the three sisters’
The rain was pouring down every now and then, so we had to hide in the car quite a few times.
But when the sun is finally coming, miracles happen...