RECENT WORK

Welcome to my recent wedding portfolio page. Take your time, have a good look through and if you like what you see, please do get in touch.

Full disclosure. This was a beautiful wedding. Everything about it was utterly charming, from the various venues I photographed Camilla and Chris at to the day’s constituent parts, every little thing had me smiling in appreciation. I travelled up the night before to the Cotsw
  This wedding was a whopper! 170 guests from all over the world at NorthBrook Park, which meant I got to draft my talented friend Sean Weekly in to help shoot the day. So the awesomeness of Annabel and Alex. Usually I’d want to start with the bride but it’s hard t
As a Surrey wedding photographer I’ve shot some glamorous girls in my time, but I don’t think anyone quite rivals the super-glam stylishness of Laura and her bridesmaids, who in choosing those sexy nude numbers for her besties socked it to any bride who worries about being up
Getting married is a moment of epic proportion no matter how long you’ve been together, and the importance of the moment certainly wasn’t lost on Makeda and Erol who after 16 years together - and two beautiful girls, Tai, 15 and Tyler, 10 - finally said ‘I do’ at Pembroke Lod
As a wedding photographer, naturally, I attend a lot of weddings and Rosalind and Simon - my first wedding of 2017, were a wonderfully special way to begin the year. As you can see from their photos, they absolutely adore each other. Both had been married earlier in their liv
Super-cool, super-chic, there aren’t enough superlatives to describe the wedding of Georgina and Gareth. I knew from the moment I met them on their pre-wedding shoot that they were going to rock. And rock they did. A modern twist on a classic British love story, Georgina and G
There are some people you meet that you feel like you’ve known for ages, and that’s how I felt when I met Carly and Stephen. Perhaps it’s because they live in one of my old haunts, Church Crookham, or perhaps just a testament to their loveliness, I just had a really, really s
Roll out the red carpet, this was a wedding I was seriously excited about. It involved a castle, a smoking-hot bride and groom and some seriously fashionable people. The castle was Lulworth Castle on the Dorset coast, with the church, St Andrew’s, in the grounds of the estate
It’s a powerful image, a bride walking down the aisle unaccompanied, but this was the noble decision that Charlotte took. Having lost her father to Alzheimer’s, she simply felt that no-one was big enough to fill his shoes. And rightly so. Determined to make him as much a part of
Weddings are a family affair, but none more so that Danielle and Tom’s where parents and siblings pulled out all the stops to give them a good and proper send off. Tom’s brother the best man, his sister skilfully made the wedding cake, and Danielle’s Mum who spent ages getting th
Off to the quintessential English countryside of West Sussex where city slickers Kat and Nick had planned – and might I add pulled off in remarkable style - a phenomenal wedding at the dedicated venue Farbridge. A classic tale of love blossoming between housemates, Kat met Nick
Off to Peper Harow I went for the wedding of Primrose and Sam, a charming pastoral affair - fields, flowers, plenty of children (all adorably outfitted) and a magnificent tipi provided by Fiesta Fields. I was booked for five hours to cover the pre-ceremony shots, the service, rec