Location: Bethun (51) – France – Domaine de Date : 31st August 2013 Weather : Sunny
The Wedding of Hannah and Chris took place on the 31th August 2012 at The Chapel of Saint Mary’s Undercroft. Sometimes as photographers you get access to some incredible places and this was one of those times.
The lovely Ross and the effervescent Imogen decided to tie the knot on the 18th August 2012. We left london as the sun was coming up and headed north towards the beautiful Peak District. It was only a couple of hours drive and we arrived in time for a cup of tea and some toast.
Scott and Nicola got married at Oakley Court Windsor on the 23rd June 2012. This was the second wedding we’d shot for the family, the first being Scott’s brother Darren a few years back.
Ilana & Romain married in early September 2011. This for me was a 3 day adventure to Israel. Sun, fun and beautiful people. Intimate and intense, it made for a wonderful backdrop for beautiful images.
We’ve never met two people more in love than Kate & Greg. They got married in the middle of August 2011 at the Wiltons Music Hall, East London. One of the coolest weddings we’ve ever attended.
Selina & Daniel united in a great mix of Indian and English culture. For this beautiful wedding in Kelmarsh Hall, Northamptonshire in August 2011, they had friends and family flying from France and India. A real clash of colors blended together beautifully.
Craig & Giulia got married just outside Venice in a little town called Citadella in the heat of June. It was a hot day but the couple supplied us with plenty of water and food and we had a fantastic time.
Huw & Vicky got married in Carmathen, West Wales in the summer of 2011. The weather was a little iffy during morning drive from London, but as soon as we crossed the 7 bridge, the clouds cleared and we had smattering of summer sun.
Nicole & Tobi had a lovely wedding at the family home in London. There was a beautiful marquee in the garden, all decorated by friends and family. There was a strong sense of family throughout the day and plenty of children’s laughter!