Over the next week I’ll be uploading lots of images from recent weddings I’ve shot, keep an eye out :)
I recently shot Amit & Nisha’s Engagement Party photographs in Dulwich, London with photographer Paul Craig . This was quite a last minute booking so I’m really glad I was available on this date as it was my first time at an Indian wedding (/engagement) so it was really interesting and inspiring to see all the different traditions!
Amit and Nisha’s wedding ceremony will be in February of next year so I can’t wait to document that too!
My good friend Suze and her man, Ben, are engaged! I am honored to be the one they have asked to capture their wedding celebrations this July. There is also a little added pressure because Suze is a talented photographer herself, specialising in weddings and portraiture ( http://suzanne-nolan.blogspot.co.uk/ )
They met several years ago in New Zealand, but Ben actually lives in Canada, and Suze in the UK, but just to add to the worldwide theme, Suze is actually South African, making this quite the interational wedding! The engagement shoot day also happened to be the first time Ben has been to London (he was on his first trip to the UK too!) so I encouraged them to have their photos taken in Greenwich so we could also show Ben some of London’s best sights, we took the ‘Thames clipper’ along the river from Waterloo so he could have a quick glance at all the other landmarks along the river on the way.
We were very lucky with the weather, the sun came out after being in hiding for weeks and gave us some lovely warm light for the photoshoot!
Model: Cathy @ Sapphires Model Management
Makeup: Dominique Heslop
My favourite yearly celebration is upon us! Hope you all have a good one!
This month I had the pleasure of taking photos at Melissa and James’s wedding in
Perth. As this was a family wedding I wasn’t the primary photographer so I had the opportunity to enjoy the day as a guest, but I couldn’t resist taking photos too!
I focused on the parts of the day their official photographer was unable to capture – after all, no one can be in two places at once (this is where a second shooter’s role really becomes clear!)
One thing that struck me about shooting in Australia was the quality and consistency of the light, which made getting the correct exposure much simpler part, back in the UK I am always prepared to make speedy adjustments to compensate for the sun suddenly vanishing! Here are some of my favourite shots from the day;
The day took place at St.Joseph’s Church in Subiaco and the reception at riverside restaurant Acqua Viva.