It was awesome to shoot Emma and Jaturong's wedding back in early June - especially as I've known them both for a few years now - such a lovely couple!
The day kicked off for my wife Catherine (and assistant for the day) and myself with an early morning arrival at their house where Emma was getting ready with all the girls. Another amazing dress was first in front of the camera, capturing the fine details of it along with the shoes and jewellery. It was great to see the lovely touch of the bride, bridesmaids and flower girl all having their own personalised dress hangers.
After many a laugh with the ladies and dad had seen his daughter all dressed up for the big day, I headed off to Slepe Hall Hotel in St Ives where Catherine was already shooting the groom preparation. A gorgeous blue Rolls brought the bridesmaids then the bride herself to the Hotel - this was followed by a fantastic ceremony with lots of love and smiles! It was beautifully finished with singing from Emma's mum - brought tears to a few eyes!
We then stepped outside to grab a selection of group shots during the bubbly reception. With those completed, it was time to get some moments with just the two of them, shooting around the grounds and over at the lovely white bridge near Holt Island Nature Reserve.
Being guests of the day as well meant that Catherine and I got to sit down and rest our feet and enjoy the cracking wedding breakfast with everyone else - brilliant food followed up with some hilarious speeches!
With the light being superb still after the meal, we took the chance to grab a few more bride and groom shots around the hotel. The evening's entertainment started with the cake cutting and a great first dance and finished with lots of fun on the dance floor late into the night! I finished off the shooting with a bit of tree-lighting outside!
I hope you enjoy looking through a selection of the shots from their day...
Having known Jen for many years I was thrilled when she asked me to shoot her wedding this year! Especially with the day being based in my home town of Ely.
My involvement in the day started at the Poets House Hotel in Ely where Jen was getting ready with her sister - an amazing location for bridal preparation. Ely itself was hosting the famous Eels Day weekend and so the buzz of a full-on food festival could be seen right outside the hotel window.
I took time to capture the bride's details - the dress, shoes and jewellery and then, after the dress went on, I made my way over to the Old Palace to see how Ed was getting on.
Jen then had the fun challenge of making her way through the crowds on the Cathedral lawns over to make her entrance and see her husband to be! After a lovely ceremony everyone made their way outside into the gardens for some bubbles and group shots.
The short walk for the new married couple to the reception was through a hilarious human arch of arms while being covered in confetti - even I got a handful ruffled into my hair while carefully negotiating the tunnel backwards!
The reception venue of the Lady Chapel was pretty awe-inspiring to say the least. The guests were treated to some fantastic choral singing along with prosecco and some wonderful food. We captured some great bride and groom shots around the cathedral grounds both before the meal and into the evening and also had the entire inside of the Cathedral itself to use as a backdrop!
After shooting the first dance and a bit of the party afterwards, my wife Catherine (and assistant for the evening) headed home and let the wedding guests carry on enjoying themselves!
Please take a look through a selection of images from the day below...
A few weeks I had a great engagement photography session down in Epping Forest with Laura and Chris who are getting married in July this year.
I hadn't been shooting in Epping Forest before so scouted a couple of locations beforehand via good old Google Maps - it turned out to be a great combination of a forest stroll in the trees and then a sunset walk around a lake. Beautiful place and well worth a visit if you haven't been there before!
Can't wait for their wedding in a couple of months time!
Check out a few images from the shoot below.
Wow - what a location for an engagement shoot! When the groom-to-be knows people at Downing College in Cambridge and could get us permission to shoot there, we jumped at the chance.
It was great to meet up with Michaela and Harry for a couple of hours again and have a good chat while taking in the delights of the college grounds. Their big day is at the end of September and the plans are coming along nicely.
I love shooting at any of the Cambridge colleges and this certainly didn't disappoint - awesome backdrops everywhere and, when you have such naturals as this lovely couple, it was easy to get some great images from our time there!
Please do take a look through a selection below...
I've known Jaturong and Emma for a few years now so it's going to be brilliant shooting their wedding in June!
A couple of weekends ago it was time for their engagement shoot and we headed off into Cambridge to shoot around The Backs and Fen Causeway - a great area of the city with lots of different locations to use.
Here's a selection of images from the session below - now looking forward to the big day in a few weeks!
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