To celebrate the recent engagement of my two good friends Lindsay and Les I offered them a portrait session with their beautiful little girl Lilly. Lindsay is also a photographer and it is a rarely opportunity for her to be in front of the camera with her loved ones. I wanted to mark the occasion and ensure they would have photographs to look back on in years to come.
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Shortly after photographing Richard and Lisa’s family his brother got in contact for a portrait shoot with gorgeous Freddie. We managed to get the shoot done just in time for Christmas and everyone seemed relieved that Freddie was more than happy to cooperate. With his big blue eyes and cheeky smile here is a few favourites from the shoot.Read More»
Cripps Barn, situated close to the village of Barnsley, is the perfect wedding location for weddings all year around. It certainly suited Mark & Laura’s winter wonderland theme perfectly.Positioned at the end of a wood in a dell, the barn’s flagstone floors, huge open fireplace, wooden beams, gorgeous surroundings and friendly staff ensured not only a beautiful location but that the day ran smoothly and efficiently.
I first meet Laura & Mark earlier this year and hit it off with them straight away. As a couple they complimented each others personalities perfectly and both were really down to earth, genuine people that you can’t help but warm too. I could tell they were totally in love and been looking forward to their big day all year. Their family and friends were just as welcoming and I left the wedding smiling because it truly was a magical day.
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I loved this family shoot with the Curtis family. Dylan, 8 months is amazing, he just smiled and giggled the whole way through the shoot. Olivia, 2 years old is gorgeous but camera shy so we let her run the show and got these lovely photographs perfect for Christmas present. Check out my favourites below.Read More»
Meet Ben and Lydia. What I love about this couple is that I knew their wedding would reflect their personality perfectly and it sure did. They opted to have a handfasting (also known as a Pagan wedding) and I felt really flattered that Lydia asked me to capture their big day. I couldn’t wait to photograph the details of the handfasting and to see my wonderful friends become Mr & Mrs Weir.
They chose to have a three day event held at Yurt Camp in Devon. The camp was wonderful and offered a great atmosphere from the off set. Many of the guests were excited to be staying in Yurt and our expectations were exceed with the luxury of the accommodation in the woods.
My favourite part of the wedding was the ceremony. In the woodlands with the midday sun shining through the trees, family and friends gathered in a circle to watch the couple make their vows (which they wrote themselves), exchange rings, share cake and mead, the Handfasting itself (loosely binding the hands of the couple), blessings and jump the broom stick. The ceremony felt intimate and really special.
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