We all love an Asylum Chapel Wedding … Duncan proposed to Louise with a choir and hundreds of lit candles.. I loved hearing their story .. the dream proposal. It was totally fitting that they chose the Asylum as their wedding venue …filled with candles and of course they hired a choir! Asylum & Mavericks Projects
Of all the simple pleasures in life one of my favourites is print. How wonderful to see photographs in their true form printed onto paper. Photography always feels valuable when printed onto paper, even if just off the printing press – they come alive. So I am thrilled to see Alice & James wedding in Rock n Roll Brides latest issue (15) -‘The ultimate guide for alternative brides’
My first feature on Junebug. The lovely portrait of Lauren was selected and featured by Junebug weddings in their Creative Bridal Portraits feature which they picked from photographers around the world… This portrait of Lauren is taken outside of her flat in east London in front of a shop shutter. My aim is to crate beauty with realism. You can see all the feature here on Junebug
Hot of the press from last Friday …Oh how i loved to be able to rise above London to a roof top. The simple things in photography ..a sky. Creating negative space above JJ Studios in Shoreditch with Ross & Lauren. More to follow..soon
What a wonderful wedding location and so nice for me to escape London for the weekend to Norther Ireland and what a delight it was. (when we eventually got there.. via Private jet after being caught up in the BA Heathrow choas. Just a few sneak peaks for now. The full wedding of Micky & Graham will be published on my site within a few weeks. The Carriage Rooms are set in beautifully landscaped gardens, located in tranquil countryside.
Peaceful, natural and romantic—these are the words that no doubt spring to mind when you think of a rural landscape. You notice the gentle light and the complementary tones and colours, and, most of all, lots of open space. By contrast, the city is more closely associated with being noisy, dirty, aggressive and crowded. The light is harsh and directional, and the surroundings are awash in greys with clashing colours—not to mention, a comparable lack of space. The city is an assault on the senses for both you as a photographer and for your wedding party, but with a little …
A little late to review 2016, however, as a photographic artist it’s a valuable process and after the pain of filing my tax return, I really enjoyed doing it! As a London wedding photographer, my year began on a cold day in January at one of my favourite London venues the Asylum in Peckham. Then I pretty much spent all my wedding days in the big city of London (other than a couple of jaunts up to the North and a trip to Santorini) shooting my last wedding of the year on a dark rainy day in December with the Wedding Arrangers at Shoreditch Studios. As …