Category Archives: Engaged

Paddy & Kezia tied the proverbial knot in the Summer with a D.I.Y, bohemian garden wedding at Rivington Hall Barn, Lancashire. I strongly feel that your wedding should be entirely what you want it to be, to reflect who you are as individuals and as a couple, and Paddy & Kezia did an absolutely amazing…

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Today the sun is shining, yey (unlike yesterdays awful weather!) so I thought I would take a quick break from editing to write a quick blog post on ‘things to bear in mind if you want a Church ceremony’ in terms of your photography. This post has been inspired by recently photographing weddings in various different…

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Last week I had the privilege of travelling to one of my most favourite countries, Italy, to join 30 other extremely talented female photographers for The Secret Retreat. Imagine wine fuelled Irish dancing, divine sunsets, belly laughing, exquisitely styled shoots, the most magnetic couples, delicious authentic Italian food (my favourite, by the way), an emotional…

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Why are old wedding traditions so desirable to us today? Why is it we feel the need to incorperate these wedding traditions by default in to our own wedding day? Is it because they actually really mean something to you as a couple, or because it’s the ‘norm’ and you think you should? I have…

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I often get asked the question “what is editorial wedding photography?” or “what does fine art wedding photography mean?”, so I wanted to write a post explaining exactly what my photographic style is, and how I incorporate that in to your wedding photography.  The term “editorial” wedding photography is best compared to the photography you’d…

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