I just looooove this one! It´s kind of exemplary and representative for why I shoot weddings in the first place. Of course - because of the yummy food! But most of all because for moments like this!
Weddings are happenings where generations meet and supercute and also magic moments like this happen, when the great granddaughter feeds the grandfather with the tasty cake!
This one for sure will take it´s place in my "hall of fame" of "signature shots", which describe my work "on the point" without many words just in one picture...
Originally we wanted to go up the mountain to have their pictures taken. But the next Gondola would have been too late for the sunset shoot. So we decided to look for another spot where we can see the mountains and the lake. And we found one;-)
I wish you both all the best!
Kate and Sean travelled with close family and friends from Colorado to tie the knot in Ireland.
I don’t think there was a single dry eye during their ceremony at Waterford Castle. What a beautiful day we had! It was such a pleasure to be a small part of their big day!
Kerrie and Umar were two of my favorite clients. They emit love and kindness. They were so focused on each other, their guests, and their vendors on their wedding day. I was moved by the purity of their hearts. I wanted to capture their angelic spirits, so I put a light behind to provide a glow around them. The sky was a light pastel color at sunset and it provided the perfect backdrop for my vision.
With the light fading fairly quickly this time of the year, I was under pressure to think of a location after the ceremony. Lucky I know the area like the back of my hand and with a very short diversion to this location. On arrival the light was amazing here and managed to get these beautiful set of images for the couple.
This was such an epic loveshoot in Spain! The couple is in a long distance relationship, she is from Israel, he is from The Netherlands. They wanted to shoot during Golden Hour, but we didn't have a nice sunset because of the mountain. So... Early in the morning, 6 o'clock, we stand on this beautiful private beach. And their love was incredible!
This was shot at Laura & Ant's wedding at the magnificent Childerley barns in Cambridge. We'd just finished some evening shots and the couple were saying their goodbyes to my assistant photographer and some friends when they broke into this spontaneous dance routine. Luckily I was ready to capture the high jinks. This summed up their day. So much fun with an emphasis on enjoyment. Awesome!
The shooting of this wedding reportage took place between the rain showers. But luckily the bride and groom were tough guys. This photo was one of the last to take. The autumn colors, the bit of fog and the water in the background made for a beautiful setting. Bridal couple in the middle and done!
This bridal couple had decided not to say their vows during the ceremony where an intimate company of family and friends was present, but to keep their words for each other for after the ceremony. This was the start of a series of photos that the bridal couple allowed me to take. The touches, looks and love between the bridal couple were so soft and at the same time very intense. This loving kiss is the ultimate image of the feeling that the bridal couple experienced during the shoot together.
Rhian and Matt tied the knot at The Old Hall and we laughed from start to finish, an awesome day with an awesome couple.
The Old Hall is a wedding venue with so many great photo opportunities, we are simply spoiled for choice. We selected some natural wild flower areas for their evening shoot, and once we’d set the couple up in the right light, we simply let the love and laughter flow, a photographers dream.
The 10th of December it was icy cold. The photoshoot took place at a nearby forest and right at the beginning was this beautiful bridge. As soon as I saw this I knew this photo had to be taken. The red-brown leaves against the icy sky created a wonderful mysterious atmosphere and the kissing bridal couple completed the picture.