Relaxed documentary wedding photographer based in Cambridgeshire/Lincolnshire currently taking bookings for 2017 and beyond.
Sometimes when you are photographing the first dance you are lucky enough to capture just that one moment, in this case it happened when I caught the flash from another guests camera in just the right way to create a stunning first dance photo.
I will be the first to confess that an unorganised confetti photo is a dangerous and risky possibility in 99% of cases, this one was organised but you know when the bride and groom are leaving the church is becomes a maelstrom of chaos and joy. This was one of the times where the chaos made a brilliant confetti photo, embracing the deep and vibrant colours and the emotion of the party.
Taken in the beautiful location of Lymington on the south coast of Hampshire.
This church had a beautiful row of lavender leading to and from the main entrance where you see the bride and groom getting covered in confetti.
It's that moment that a lot of grooms fear, the first dance but as you can see in this photo, the bride and groom kicked off their shoes and went crazy much to the enjoyment of the wedding guests.
This image almost reminds me of the renaissance paintings of old, the colours are fresh and the bride shines through here in this natural home setting.
This wasn't intended, it was one of those times where I was already on the floor for another photo, so as they were walking towards the door behind me I decided I was going to stay down for a little while longer and I'm glad I did.
A beautiful shot of the maid of honour at The Paddocks in Newmarket for a Christmas wedding. It is ending up with shots like this that really make wedding photography a worthwhile job.
This is one of my favourite group shots, not just because of the photo itself but also because of the story behind it. This venue had only recently started hiring out for weddings and this bridge had not been stress tested which was a fact that I only found out as the party had just made their way onto it... two minutes and 4 shots later they were all rushed off of the bridge, but on the plus side it has now been truly stress tested.
This may look like I was posing the groomsmen as if they were walking out of a Quentin Tarratino movie but it was actually a natural and unposed photo as the groomsmen were making their way up from the pre ceremony bonding pint to the church.
You know the story, the bride and groom are front and centre, the family and friends are close at hand and you are lucky enough to capture that one moment where they catch each other's eyes,