Engagement photoshoots or pre-wedding photoshoots can happen at any point before your big day, it lasts for a couple of hours at a location of your choice. I highly recommend having an engagement shoot, you may be thinking its a waste of time or it’s not necessary, but there are so many reasons why you should consider having one. Firstly, you get to know me! We will have a giggle and you can practice being in front of the camera with your partner and it will allow you to reconnect with them in a relaxed setting. I’ll cover the arty-creative photos and the classic-emotional photos too, you’ll get to see how I shoot and work and I’ll get to see how you and your partner are on camera too, it all serves as a great warm-up to the big day. From an engagement photo shoot, I welcome feedback, perhaps there’s an angle you don’t care for, but such information helps eliminate any uncertainty on the day and this ultimately makes you feel comfortable that on your wedding day I am there understanding you. Once you see your engagement images and get excited about them, you’ll have more confidence in yourselves and in me. When the time comes to tie the knot, you’ll look forward to having your pictures taken, instead of dreading the thought of having a camera pointed at you all day!

Last night, I met up with Carly and Stephen for their pre-wedding shoot. Carly is now pregnant and so this session also doubled up as a bit of a maternity shoot too. Looking forward to their wedding in October at Northbrook Park in Surrey.
I met with James and Jasmine last Wednesday in Hyde Park, London for their pre-wedding / engagement photoshoot. Jasmine is so beautiful and an absolute dream to photograph. Their wedding is at Lulworth Cove Castle, Dorset, one of my all time favourite places. I am literally on co
Possibly the best way to spend a Sunday morning, hanging out with Georgina and Gareth in the beautiful Surrey countryside for their pre-wedding / engagement shoot. I cannot wait for their London wedding in October!