It’s that time of the year again where I look back over last year and boy hasn’t it flown by? It seems like yesterday that I was putting together my 2017 highlights. Not to blow my own trumpet too much but I’m proud of my 2018 collection of images. I’m always trying to find ways to improve my wedding photography, and I’ll continue this into 2019 to keep things fresh and exciting. There’s nothing I love more than capturing fleeting emotional and fun moments which are gone in a blink of an eye.

I’ve captured 36 happy couples tying the knot in and around Bristol, Bath and the Somerset. This year I’ve booked my first destination wedding in Italy and a coastal venue in picturesque Cornwall, which I’m super excited about.

In 2018 my bookings took me to wedding venues including Maunsel House,  Orchardleigh Estate, Old Down Manor, Priston Mill, Coombe Lodge, Hare and HoundsThe Battle AxesAssembly Rooms, Gants Mill, Kilver Court, Manor House Hotel in Castle Combe, Nailsea Tithe Barn, Arnos Vale CemeteryPennard House, Old Oak FarmBristol Harbour HotelThree Daggers, Batts Farm, plus a very photogenic field overlooking Chew Valley Lake


Big thanks!

I like to say a MASSIVE thanks to all my wonderful couples over the last 12 months or so. You’ve all been so welcoming and it’s been an absolute pleasure to be part of your big day. Without you guys my photography career would cease to exist, so I’m extremely grateful to you for choosing me as your photographer.

I’m also equally thankful for all the couples that have booked me to photograph their wedding in 2019 and beyond. I can’t wait to photograph every one and see where my photography journey takes me.

After hours of deliberating and looking through literally THOUSANDS of photos I’ve managed to narrow down my favourite shots from 2018. I hope you enjoy looking through as much as I enjoyed creating them.

Here’s to 2019, may it bring us all happiness and plenty of moments like these!


Simon captures creative wedding photography for relaxed & fun loving couples in the South West and further afield.