Nick & Katie picked a lovely lazy, hazy summer day for their Cain Manor Wedding. The venue and gardens looked delightful in the warm atmosphere.
This was my first visit to the Mayfield School Wedding chapel for Alice and Henry’s day. It is truly breathtaking as you first enter – such a space, breathing so much history, beautiful stone.
It was great to be back at this lovely Hampshire wedding venue for Elif and Fadi’s day. Warbrook House has much to offer with beautiful gardens, magnificent interiors and stunning views of the wonderful architecture and surrounding countryside.
It was off to the seaside for Simone and Alex’s wonderful Bournemouth Wedding day. A superb venue with a historic artistic twist at Russel Cotes museum, musical performances from numerous guests, walk on the prom……lots of great photo potential…..read on
This was my first wedding shoot at the beautiful Hendall Manor Barns. Its always nice to work at a new venue and Hendall has many fine features, beautiful gardens and stunning backdrops for wedding photography. I loved the old stonework, walled gardens and lake.
As a Hampshire Wedding Photographer, all I need for a great wedding shoot are some simple ingredients – a couple in love, pretty village church, Hampshire countryside setting, a barn, summer sunshine and a party.
Chloe & Wayne’s Old Thorns wedding was a colourful, lavish day of fun and partying. I first met the wedding party getting ready at Chloe’s Hampshire home in Portsmouth. Everyone all nicely chilled in their themed gowns, enjoying a bit of bubbly. I loved the little pageboy outfits for Chloe’s gorgeous boys.
I was looking forward to photographing Karen and John’s wedding day in the sunny Sussex countryside. I had shot at Kirdford before and it was a welcome return visit to the pretty village church of John the Baptist, bang opposite the very hospitable Half Moon Inn. No time to linger though, work to be done and all that…..must come back again sometime though….!!