Thanks for stopping by to take a look at some of my wedding favourites.  This is always the hardest gallery for me to pick because I genuinely love everything about weddings; from the little details that I know you’ve poured over for hours to the wonderful moments between two people joining their lives together.  People always ask me if I have a favourite ‘type’ of wedding to photograph and the answer is yes; one with over the moon happy people.  To me, weddings are less about the venue or the weather and more about the feeling of the day.  That being said, I love to see elements of your lives and personalities in your day as it makes it so visually fun to photograph, but it’s which colour scheme you picked or what type of flowers you chose that make me feel so honoured to be part of your big day.

I’ve photographed weddings at all sorts of venues the length and breadth of the country.  This year alone I’ve been all the way from Oban in Scotland for a 20 person wedding down to a huge, weekend-long wedding in a deconsecrated chapel in Devon.  Plus a lot of places in between!  Although I’m a Hertfordshire wedding photographer, I photograph a lot of weddings around the home counties.  I’ve been lucky enough to be involved a range of different venues from churches to country houses to barns to weddings at home, not forgetting marquee weddings, hotels, golf clubs and the list goes on!

If you’d like to see some blog post from some of my favourite venues that I’ve enjoyed working at recently then take a look at the Ash Barton Estate in Devon, Gaynes Park in Essex, Syon Park and Pains Hill both near London.