Rustic, Boho Wedding at Gaynes Park

Rustic, Boho Wedding at Gaynes Park

Want to keep your wedding relaxed? Host it all in one place. Trust me, having to get everyone from one place to the next on the day is usually the most stressful part. So choose a venue where you can do it all in one location, like the glorious Gaynes Park in Essex. This is where Alice and Adam held their very lovely, rustic, boho wedding. With a newborn baby they wanted to make things as easy yet elegant as possible and it certainly was a very wonderful and laid back wedding.


As soon as I wake up every night, EVERY DAY. I know that it’s you I need to take the blues away …


Brighton Engagement Shoot – Jenny + Greg

Brighton Engagement Shoot – Jenny + Greg


No, never, ever, ever will I run out of places to do Engagement Shoots in Brighton. There are infinite quirky cafes, shops and arty spots so I never argue if clients say that they fancy coming down to the beach for their shoot. I met Jeny and Greg at one of my favourite places, Marwoods Cafe. This must be the kookiest coffee shop in town. We then headed down to the beach and the Upside Down House, bumping into an epic bubble blower on the way.

I love you Sunday sun, The week’s not yet begun, And everything is quiet, it’s always YOU AND ME always, and forever …

Outdoor Festival Wedding at Duncton Mill Fishery

Outdoor Festival Wedding at Duncton Mill Fishery


You have to love the great British weather, don’t ya? I’m pretty sure that the trend for outdoor and festival style weddings started somewhere a lot milder and more predictable. But us Brits have embraced the trend and as long as you are prepared for anything, then you to can host your wedding outdoors in the UK. Take Sarah and Andy for instance. They booked the glorious Duncton Mill Fishery in Sussex for their wedding. They had wind, rain, sunshine and more rain but they also had the most perfect day. It was sunny just at the right times and we just dived for cover when it wasn’t.

Sunny, thank you for the SUNSHINE BOUQUET. Sunny, thank you for the love you brought my way …

Wedding Portraits in McDonalds

Wedding Portraits in McDonalds


Winter weddings – they can be challenging for photos. Even if you don’t mind the cold, it gets dark so early that unless you have your portraits early in the day or you have your ceremony by 1pm at the latest, then chances are that you will be having your wedding photos after dark. I don’t mind having to think creatively about where to shoot. Take this sweet, intimate winter elopement with Lewina and Carwen. They kept everything nice and easy, got ready together at home, called an Uber and married in their local registry office in London. When it came to their portraits, they thought that a local church might work as it would be lit up. To me it seemed a little weird as they hadn’t got married there. Then I saw some golden arches and you know those fast food places are always lit up as bright as day!? So we popped in for a McFlurry and took some photos. The McDonalds was packed but nobody seemed to think it too weird that a bride and groom rolled in.

You were sorta punk rock, I grew up on hip hop, but you fit me better than my favourite sweater …

Wedding Dance Floor Photos

Wedding Dance Floor Photos


The dance floor photos at any wedding have to be some of my absolute favourites. When all the official business is done, those pesky speeches are over with – you can just kick back and party with your best people. They are also the most fun to edit, I never know quite what I’m going to get and I love seeing the layers to the action in post production.

Let’s sway, you could look into my eyes. Let’s sway, under THE MOONLIGHT, this serious moonlight…

If I’m there for your party, then expect to find me right in the middle of the action. It’s a little known fact that I was a club photographer for dance music magazines, so I’m very much used to dealing with the crazy lighting and people flinging their limbs about.

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