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.

What. A. Wedding. Where even to begin? Perhaps the drive to the venue might be a good place – a good 10 minutes through the nature reserve, stunning, stunning surroundings, all manner of birds (hilariously my predictive text wanted to change this to brides), cows grazing loo
This wedding was SO much fun. And seriously organised. From when I first met Rupal and she explained that on their first date Ed ‘had me at sci-fi’, to their seven-tabbed wedding Excel spreadsheet (with a separate one for me) I have been both highly amused and in awe of them
Off to the dreamy splendour of Micklefield Hall in Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire I trotted for the wedding of these two lovely people. Rather excitingly, John the bridegroom is a jeweller so the bride, Sophie, had some rather marvellous designs to adorn herself with. 
From the very first phone call with Lara and Rich, we hit it off. I think I am drawn to sporty people, and these two are mega sporty! Serious-with-a-capital-S triathletes. Instant respect. And, increasing my fan-girling in every way, straight after the pre-wedding shoot in R
If ever there was a wedding to end 2018 on – this was it. A coming together of two incredible families in style, laughter and love.  Jenny and Chris had met through their work and when I met them at their engagement shoot I knew that their wedding was going to be spe
It turns out that Karen and I have lots of mutual friends. When she posted on Facebook that she needed a wedding photographer my name kept cropping up. So we met. And got on like a house on fire. This wedding really was wonderful. Karen and Jeff have been together for five ye
Az and Kate are both primary school teachers, which by nature makes them supremely nice, kind and patient people who also happened to have a game of rounders at their wedding. Yes, you read that right. They had a game of rounders at their drinks reception. And it was the sheer,
I was super-excited about this wedding as Lauren and Tom are from Christchurch near Bournemouth, where I also grew up and they were getting married in Christchurch Priory, a magnificent church (which is more like a cathedral, really) with 12 bells, two of which are amazingly stil
This wedding was epic in every sense of the word. A festival. In a field. With a rave. Jack Russell ring bearers. And a Series 1 Landrover. Cool. As. The field, was owned by the bride and groom, an idyllic meadow in the heart of the Cots
Whoooo hooooo! A city wedding! Lots of new material to get my teeth stuck into, thanks to June’s love of London architecture. Bridal preparations at 11 Cavendish Square, a ceremony at All Souls Church on Langham Place and then back to No 11 for the reception. This was Central L
A first trip to Oaks Farm, the venue for Natasha and Rob’s ceremony and reception, a short drive east of Croydon and still remarkably rural. Natasha and Rob had met me at a couple of other weddings I had photographed so it was nice to be able to focus on them as bride and groom
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