Lauren and Lawrence planned a beautifully stylish, luxury, London wedding day. Next year, they will be having their main wedding celebration with all their friends and family on a gorgeous farm in Cambridgeshire. Lauren and Lawrence, I like your style!
The soon-to-be newlyweds, booked into Claridges, the iconic Mayfair hotel the weekend. A short taxi ride from one of my favourite Central London wedding venues, Asia House. They invited eleven of their closest family members to be part of their intimate wedding ceremony, before going for a celebratory lunch at the fabulous St Pancras Renaissance Hotel. This is how you get married with quintessential, London style!
I was delighted when an old childhood friend got in touch to ask if I would be free to photograph her sister's wedding back home in Northern Ireland over the Christmas holidays.
Anne and Neil would say their vows in Anne's home Church in Garvagh and celebrate at one of Northern Ireland's top wedding venues, the Galgorm.
They planned a fabulous winter wedding full of vintage glamour.
For the first time in a long time, I was asked to be a second shooter. The main man was Marc Gascoigne, a very lovely and talented photographer. I was delighted to work alongside him at two fabulous venues for Katie and Alex's wedding.
Katie and Alex are members of the prestigious choir at St Martins in the Fields, making the venue for their wedding extra special. The choir sang throughout the service and signing of the registry. I had goosebumps!
Their reception was held at an equally stunning venue, The Savile Club in Mayfair.
Such a beautiful wedding day; enjoy scrolling down to see the highlights.
Since she was a little girl, Leila used to get the number 19 bus with her Dad past Islington Town Hall and having passed by many happy couples emerging onto the front steps, decided that one day, that would be her.