End of year review
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.Read More
The Battleaxes wedding photography
If you’re looking for a amazing alternative wedding venue in Bristol, check out The Battleaxes. Cool, rustic, friendly and different. All things that Jude and George were looking for in a venue to celebrate their big day. Sadly the sun didn’t have his hat on but they didn’t let that phase them and didn’t put a dampener on their day (pardon the expression!)Read More
Old Oak Farm wedding photography
When I first met Sophie and Loz I knew from the start that their wedding was going to be epic. I was really looking forward to the day as I’d never taken photos at Old Oak Farm before and only heard good things about it. I absolutely adore the laid back festival vibe to the venue and I was in my element all day long.Read More
Nailsea Tithe Barn wedding photography
2018 has been awesome and seen the hottest summer on record, which had made my job easier with lots of beautiful light. Emma & Luke were not disappointed with the roasting sunshine which was delivered on their big day. They had their ceremony at the stunning St Bonadventure’s Church in Bristol followed by the wonderfully converted Nailsea Tithe Barn. The barn dates back to 1480 and has been fully restored packed full of its original features. Perfect for wedding celebrations.Read More
Bristol commercial photographer
I had the joy of working with Iams pet food on two large advertising photoshoots. Firstly I had to photograph imagery for their brand new pack designs and second up was a lifestyle photos for their website. I was very excited as Iams has been the largest business I’ve worked with to date.Read More
Old Down Manor wedding photography
I met Frances and Danny back in February to discuss photographing their wedding just 2 months later in April. I think it’s the quickest turn around from booking to actually shooting I’ve ever had for a wedding. Normally couples book me a year to 18 months in advance, so it was nice to see them again so soon.
Maunsel House wedding photography
It was great to be back at one of my favourite Somerset wedding venues, Maunsel House. A picture-perfect country house with its beautiful and quirky interior it is certainly a very cool and different setting for a wedding. I’d never tire of taking photos here.