London and Brighton Wedding Photographer Year in Review
How wicked it is coming to the end of the year and looking back over all the amazing weddings I have shot this year. It has been an almost impossible task to select “my faves” or best of weddings for 2018 but here goes people!….
From Pub Wedding Photography to Barn Wedding Photography gorgeous restored barn weddings, pub weddings, back garden weddings, church weddings, Brighton beach weddings, London weddings… I’ve loved them all!
It is with 100% authenticity and honesty that I can say I ABSOLUTELY LOVED shooting all of my weddings this year. I don’t know what it is whether I pick the right couples? or they pick me?…or both? but I’ve had some great match ups this year. Fun-loving, gorgeous people with lovely friends and family who it has been a pure pleasure and privilege to be able to document and record their beautiful weddings. So thank you guys! Congratulations! You all rock!
Sussex, Brighton and London Wedding Photography
I have travelled up the breadth and width of Sussex from Chichester and Portsmith to Eastbourne (I am beginning to see the A27 in a new light)!! I’ve rocked it in London at the most fun, vibrant, colourful and loving gay weddings of the year…and seen some gorgeous restored barn weddings, pub weddings, back garden weddings, church weddings, Brighton beach weddings and London weddings. I travelled as far afield as Gisborne, New Zealand when I started the year with a bang shooting Laura’s and Terry’s Wedding and later in the year was lucky enough to shoot a stunning marquee wedding on Alderney, the most northern (and beautiful) of the Channel Islands. In between times I was back and forth between Brighton, Islington London, Chichester, Marwell Zoo, Ticehurst, Chilwell, Chesham and Marlow in Buckinghamshire, St Albans in Hertfordshire, to name a but few of the wonderful places I have shot at this year…
Lovely moments for me, the ones that I will always remember are – the bride who arrived late because her car had broken down and then some lovely random strangers picked her and her Dad up and drove them to the Church. I also really got a kick out of photographing so many dogs and them being a part of ceremonies by racing up the aisle with the ring! Tears, laughter, epic dance moves and beautiful outdoors vistas also blew me a way.
I can’t wait for 2019 and what it will bring. I love my job as a wedding photographer!
I am now taking bookings for wedding photography for 2019 and 2020.
Bring it on!