Rubbish! There is no denying i need some help with my blogging in order to make it regular! Still have a load of shoots to blog and have been waiting for my new sites, but like everything in life , things always take a little longer than expected. Anyhow, on a cold late January afternoon i met this lovely pair for the first time and spent a cold and windswept hour on Ovingdean Beach with them. They met at 6th form college! I stand in awe of that.. ! Really looking forward to shooting their wedding in Surrey this summer. Gwen will be the most beautiful flame haired bride…and having spent most of their adult life together already, i imagine i will be fighting off the tears! Oh the shame of it as the wedding photographer, but i am a massive softie!
After a fallow period of blogging, i'm back! I haven't been doing nothing - promise! There are some shoots coming up on the blog, a backlog you could say! But wedding season is here and in full swing! To kick start the season i spent a lovely morning with this couple Sarah and Hugh who are getting married on their beautiful farm ( the stuff of my dreams ) in a couple of weeks . After initially saying they hated having their picture taken and didn't do P.D.A's , i think they did brilliantly ….Looking forward to shooting your wedding you guys :)
At last i have a new website. Hoorah! Typically it has come right in the middle of my busiest time of year and so my blog may be a little neglected at the beginning, but it is coming. These pics are from an engagement shoot i did a few months ago of the lovely Mark and Emma H'la. A typically windy early summer day in Brighton. We started off at Marwood's coffee shop, which is THE best and the coolest coffee shop there is going. That sheltered us for a bit, before heading out to brave the elements. They are such a fab couple with an infectious chemistry. I wish them lots of happiness for the future - they're wedding was super stylish too - i look forward to sharing the pics with you...There beautiful wedding was at The Walled Garden, Cowdray, West Sussex.