Last weekend I had the absolute pleasure of spending time with the loved ones of Johanna & Rheeaz, as they exchanged their vows amongst their family and friends at the sublime Easton Grange Wedding Venue in Suffolk.
I recently had the pleasure of meeting up with Jess & Gavin for their engagement session, ahead of their wedding at the gorgeous Easton Grange.
I recently had the pleasure of documenting the wedding of Chyna & Charles, at the always gorgeous Woodhall Manor in Suffolk.
I recently had the pleasure of meeting up with fellow photographer Jeff Turnbull, a fantastic wedding and lifestyle photographer from Essex, for a personal branding session.
Jeff was looking to replenish his bank of personal branding images, in order to bring them up to date and refresh them for ongoing social media and web marketing use.
I'm just back from an amazing wedding at the beautiful Apton Hall, A new wedding venue in the heart of Essex, which played host to Carmen & Ross' big day.
Through the work I do with local businesses, providing headshot photography, it's natural to engage in conversation around the challenges that both their businesses and the businesses of others, they work alongside.
I recently had the pleasure of working with Suffolk-based web agency 'SimpleClick' for their refresh of company headshots.
It's the stuff that you'll no doubt be finding bits of for weeks on end, after your wedding day. It's always the go-to shot when weddings are shown on film and TV and It's the stuff that many of your older relatives will no doubt have tucked away in their handbag, on your wedding day, ready for the opportune moment!
Yes, you've guessed it. Today we're talking all about confetti. Whether its something that's been on your 'must have' list since you set your date, or you're wondering what the heck I'm going on about (!), I wanted to share some tips today around how you can integrate it into your wedding day, should you wish to, and how to get the best out of the moment when it comes to your wedding photography.
For many of the couples I work with, they have chosen to leave the city and come back to their home county of Suffolk for their wedding celebrations. Suffolk is such a great choice for any wedding, but in particular, it makes a wonderful way to celebrate where you grew up and it allows you to create further fond memories of this truly delightful county.
For many of these couples, their parents still live in the county and therefore are planning to use their private residence as the main venue for their wedding. Also perhaps choosing the local church for the ceremony.
One of the things I've found when I talk to couples in the planning stages of their wedding is that they really want to make the experience for their guests a really personal and memorable one.
When planning out your timeline, you will sometimes find that there are moments in the day where either you as a couple may be required to be in certain places, away from your guests, such as for photographs or where the whole wedding party will be spending time in a certain part of the venue whilst rooms are being turned around or prepared for the next chapter of the day.
In these types of situations, many couples like to arrange some kind of entertainment for their guests so that there is something to enjoy as the next stage of the wedding is being prepared.