Jody & Derry had a really magical wedding, the barn was only used for the ceremony, so we decided to use it again for some evening portraits. I two lights to capture this, one behind to create the starburst effect, and the other camera left (hidden by the wooden pillar) to light them having this moment.
This shot is from Katy & Matt's beautiful Christmas wedding in central London.
We only had a few moments to pop out at dusk before we lost the light to capture this beautiful moment between Katy & Matt right after they got married, check out Katie's beautiful wedding veil.
A huge essence of our work is to focus on the spontaneous moments and spark between the couple. There is no better way than to use the most wonderful time of the year to capture what I had in mind. The Christmas decoration adds a little something to the photo session. There is nothing like feeling the warmth and love of the couple during the holiday season.
As soon as I saw this stunning tree on my way into this venue, Rowton Castle, in Shrewsbury, UK, I knew I wanted to capture this shot! This Lebanon Cedar is 25 meters high, 10.5 meters thick and is a staggering 367 years old, and made the perfect backdrop for this nighttime shot of the couple.
I took this picture near the Rhine River in Bonn.
Every wedding when I am the photographer, I can always sense that one perfect picture.
On the day of the wedding, while on my way, I decided to take a different route than the GPS.
While I was driving, I discovered a magical spot. At that moment, I knew that this was a perfect place for one of the couple's wedding pictures.
And here is the result:
A walk through time is endless with the one you love.
When you find it, cherish this moment!
This is Stephanie, Julian, and Sam.
We took this photo during our lovebird shooting in the old town of Nuremberg. Walking hand in hand down their hometown with the most important part of their life (the dog Sam) was a wish.
We took the chance to get the sunset in the right spot with them.