I got my passion for photography when I started second shooting weddings with my Dad. As much as I hate to admit it, he probably helped fuel this passion!
We both own and run Fountain Photography together. We love what we do and always have a good laugh. He's recently relinquished the title of 'best photographer', although he doesn't like to admit it!
When I am not shooting weddings, I love to keep fit, I'm a bit of a gym rat. If I'm not doing that, I'm most likely gaming! You could say this is my second passion!
The new ceremony pavilion at Swynford Manor has been a favourite evening shot for photographers, but to get the best shot possible we knew we had to use all six of our mobile lights.
It was a tricky shot to set up, but so worth it
Pauline & Tim factored an extra hour in to their evenings timings for us to travel from their venue to the beautiful Normanton Church on the edge of Rutland Water, and wow was it worth it.
We were blessed with some lovely golden hour light ❤️
When you don’t get a sunset, and can see the bride & groom are disappointed, fear not we’ll create a shot that they’ll love ❤️
The Old Halls pavilion is used a lot by photographers, but not many use a 5 light set up to give you the drama, something different from the norm!
The Old Hall Ely is a wedding venue that gives us so much inspiration, but we didn’t expect to get this shot of Klea, our bride, being launched into the air by the groomsmen!
Klea watched us doing a similar shot with Dan, her groom, and immediately asked if she could have a go, and obviously we couldn’t refuse 😂
Barbara & Rupert’s wedding at St John’s College Cambridge was a day they’ll never forget.
This shot deep within the college architecture just jumped out at us with the beautiful contrasting light; and they loved it ❤️
The copper style baths at Poets House always get called in to action when the bridal party are having fun.
Megan and her girls rocked this shot just before we left for the ceremony 🤘
You can’t beat a good game of beer pong whilst waiting for the evenings party to start.
Therese & Michael partied late in to the night at The Old Hall Ely, a wedding we won’t forget 😊
The perspective of the clouds to the bride & groom was what we loved when framing this shot.
One of the couple’s favourites, and now one of ours
You’ve got to love flower girls at a wedding, they are so spontaneous and always make us chuckle 🤭
This pair just couldn’t resist catching the attention of all the wedding guests waiting for the ceremony to start ❤️
We drove to Donna & Matt’s pre wedding shoot in a snow blizzard, it was cold wet & miserable and we thought ‘what are we going to do in this terrible weather’
An hour later we said ‘wow what an awesome shoot’, we got so many amazing images of a couple in love ❤️
A black & white themed wedding could only be held at Swynford Manor near Newmarket, and when the storm clouds rolled in we couldn’t resist taking our bride & groom out in to the gardens, for some dramatic shots utilising the early evening light and our strobes.97th Collection
It was a warm summers evening when we took Rhian & Matt in to the beautiful meadow grass at The Old Hall, Ely.
Whilst waiting for golden hour, we asked the couple to be natural and have some fun, resulting in this loving shot of a couple in love.
You may think that a grey, cold winter wedding at Bassmead Manor Barns would mean no drama, or a wow shot for the couples album, but days like these just make us think outside the box.
Wait for the light to drop, bring out the mobile lights and you can work wonders with a grey sky 🙏🏼
The is one of the main features at Bassmead Manor Barns, and every bride & groom requests a shot on the bridge!
We see the same shot week in week out, the same angle, nothing new.
We had an idea to create something different for Lauren & Dan, and with the use of four carefully placed lights, two smoke grenades and some helpful groomsmen, we created something unique!
Capturing a couple in love is a dream job for us, in fact it’s not a job, it’s a lifestyle choice and privilege.
Alex and Chris had the most beautiful golden hour light to finish off their wedding at Brasteds near Norwich. It had been an awesome day, and when we sent them for a quite walk together, we new the magic would happen when the sun hit them ????
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.
We had some beautifully soft early evening light when we took Lauren & Dan for a walk around Bassmead Manor Barns’ freshly cut wheat fields.
Lauren’s dress caught the light perfectly, as the couple enjoyed a romantic moment together.
Nicole and Ollies wedding at Chippenham Park was an awesome day, packed full of amazing photographic opportunities. While we were waiting for a sunset when I spotted this area off trees, which I knew would give a perfect silhouette with a natural vignette.91st Collection
Blackthorpe Manor Barns is a typical Suffolk country wedding venue, packed with so many natural features, a real dream opportunity for the artistic wedding photographer.
Chloe and Jack were desperate for a shot to end their wedding album, but the venue is surrounded by woodland so a sunset shot out of the question. I decided to use the woods to create the wow shot the couple wanted, and with some carfully placed lighting and coloured gels, I got this little stunner.
When Lauren and Dan told us they were having a very special guest at their Bassmead Manor Barns wedding, we didn't expect it to be their adorable pooch Pepper.
Pepper soon became the star of the show and a real model in front of the camera, and who said 'don't work with animal and chlidren'