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Dogs at weddings

Yasmine and Luke's big day at The Tudor Barn, Belstead had all of the elements that made for a wicked wedding: Family, friends, sunshine, booze, a Land Rover, and of course, a dog. That, and I knew it was going to be a good day, because it was my birthday too. There were so many memories from their day which…

Braintree wedding photographer

Aimee and Martin's Spring wedding at the ever-popular Fennes in Braintree, was bang in the middle of a rainy week, back in the middle of May. But you'd never know it from the photos below, because somehow the weather gods were smiling on Aimee and Martin, and it only drizzled in small intervals on their day - and only when…

wedding how to

According to all sources, a wedding is defined primarily as 'a marriage ceremony', and so we should all remember this most important of all wedding day elements. Nowadays, as society has evolved, the actual ceremony part has become less and less formal, and in some cases - deep breath - they are no longer the focus of the day. But…

May wedding at Copdock Hall

Have I got a belter of a wedding for you! I'd been watching the weather forecast all week in the run-up to Kaylee and Stuart's Copdock Hall wedding, in early May. Theirs was the first of three weddings over three days for me, and according to all weather reports, it was going to rain on all three days. (Spoiler alert:…

sunset wheat field couple

Rachel and Will's wedding at boutique countryside wedding venue The Compasses at Pattiswick couldn't have fallen on a better weekend: An Easter weekend that was so hot and sunny, it was hard to believe we were only in April! Even harder now when I'm writing this in June and I have the heating on <crying face emoji>. It was great…

wedding how to

Up there with the Bermuda Triangle, it's one of life's great mysteries: Why do wedding days go by so quickly? As someone who is usually present for everything at a wedding day, as I hide in the corner during bridal prep and try to navigate the scrum of people moshing to Mr Brightside at the end, I've got some ideas…

Essex wedding photographer

What happens when you're trying to take photographs of two motorbike enthusiasts, when a group of motorbikes zoom past behind me? Not much attention paid to the camera, that's what. But I didn't even care, because ultimately that's what makes photographs go from 'good' to 'great', and Flavia and Mikey made for great photo subjects! We met up for their…

Essex wedding photographer

Kerry and Lewis couldn't have asked for a more beautiful, sunny, summery day for their wedding at Essex country house venue, Gosfield Hall. In fact, I may even go as far to say it was too sunny, if there is such a thing! Kerry had always dreamed of having a wedding at a white-walled venue, so she and Lewis fell…

After you've received the photographs from your wedding day, what better way is there to display a selection of your favourites, than in printed form? I'm delighted to offer a range of album options, designed to suit different budgets, but not compromising on quality! The available options are clean and simple, and I do the layout design, meaning the only…

Essex forest engagement shoot

I'm so happy when a couple asks me if they can bring their dog along to their pre-wedding shoot! I'd already met Smeagol the golden retriever puppy when I first chatted with Kristina and Adam about their wedding, and Smeagol greeted me with playful puppy rough and tumble (as they do - my dog also used to do this as…

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