A snapshot of 2019 weddings!

Well, what a year of weddings I had in 2019! As ever my favourite thing to photograph at weddings are PEOPLE…. laughing, crying, dancing, being flung in the air and just having the BEST time. My style continues to be natural and informal. Most people are not massive fans of having their photograph taken (not all though and don’t get me wrong I love a good poser too!!) so my aim is to always make people feel as relaxed as possible so they can enjoy their amazing day. At the end of the day I want you to have photographs to treasure, that reflect the realness of it all, and document all those little bits you didn’t see at the time!

2020 looks like another colourful, bright, and fun year of weddings for me. I have a few dates still available so do get in touch if you’d like to snap one of those up. I’m also now filling the diary up for 2021 and you will find me throughout the year at various wedding fairs – keep your eyes peeled on social media :)


Jen + Hugh

Jen + Hugh got married on the 4th May 2019 at Foxholes Farm in Bradfield. The pictures speak for themselves really about this setting, it’s absolutely glorious and just perfect for this laid-back pair.

When I first met Jen I totally got their idea for the day. This was to be a relaxed day, with friends and family gathered to help them enjoy and celebrate in style. And this is what happened!

I arrived at the cottages where Jen was getting ready, everything was going to plan, the dress was hung up and the Doc Martens had been worn in!

I loved everything about the layout and styling of the day. The ceremony was to take place outside on hay-bales – with I might add blankets, it wasn’t the warmest of days, but who cares it was dry for the ceremony and we were all outside, hurrah!!

The ceremony incidentally was perfect and conducted by the very lovely celebrant Gwyneth Owen-Jackson. It was personal and had all the touches you would want, with all the emotions coming out at various stages.

After the ceremony the wedding party bombarded the pair with lots of confetti which was great and with that backdrop you really could not go wrong!

Then afterwards we did some photographs in and around Foxholes – wherever you stand things look amazing!

The evening was filled with laughter, eating, drinking and dancing!! And a lot of it in the form of a very energetic Ceilidh and the icing on the cake was Hugh coming out with all his Morris Dancing gang to thoroughly entertain the crowds…

What a day, I had a hoot! x