London wedding from West London to East London of Sabrina and Dom. Starting in the West for the ceremony at the delightful Holland Park Orangery and onto a London Routemaster to East London’s Eccentric Le Trois Garcons restaurant in Shoreditch. This wedding was featured on Huffington Post’s My Big Day.
I met up with Sabrina and Dom in Shoreditch on a lovely sunny February day to have a chat about their wedding in their local coffee shop and then we wondered their neighbourhood in the glorious sunshine and made a few photographs.
Granada, Andalucia in Spain. My favourite place and one day I will marry there!
Had the idea to make these animated gifs on the spur of the moment. So a little rough as one should use a tripod, but fun non the less! I made these from just a few frames in Photoshop. You can read more about making them here
Broyle Place Wedding in Ringmer I will catch my tail soon ; i’m getting closer with each turn. In the meantime here is the start of the lovely Lauren and Dave’s wedding that started at Broyle Place in Ringmer , followed by a party at Hollambys Farm Sunset Barn with an ice cream pit stop on route.
Lewes Castle Wedding Sara and Lucy from Brighton had a fabulous big gay day ! The beautiful ceremony was held in the lower gardens at Lewes Castle and the Humanist ceremony given by Ginny Collins. Sara’s dress was from Fur Coat No Knickers and was fabulous. I also loved Lucy’s too which was from a boutique in Brighton ..that I need to find the name of again. Much merriment was had at Bills Cafe down the hight street in Lewes.
What a pleasure and delight to photograph Dan and Caroline’s wedding at the Chateau du Puits es Pratx in Ginestas in the South West of France. I stayed in a delightful guest house with the lovely Mary & Ted. The town of Ginestas was so rustic, unspoilt and so typically “French” with little doorways, potted plants, battered old Renaults and random racing cars stopping by in the middle of a group shot, flirting with Caroline, having a glass of wine and speeding off ! The Chateau was delightful and full of lovely details of an old vineyard. This wedding …
I loved photographing Helen and Dan …they did the “look stern and stiff” pose of the late 19th and early 20th Century so easily …well they managed it for about 30 seconds before laughing.. For vintage weddings it’s great to add in a few old fashioned (like your gran had) photographs for a real traditional feel and i’ve recently been routing through old photographs and doing some research to find out more about traditional styles of photography and why it all changed. I found this photograph at a vintage fair – an example of a photograph from the Royal wedding …
It is good when a plan really starts to come together …. and I get featured on Rocknrollbride! I met Kat from RocknRollBride at the British Journal of Photography Unveiled conference in July along with 2 fabulous wedding photographers Chloe Brown and Lisa Aldersley.