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.
Great Tythe Barn wedding photography
Kirsty & Rob decided to tie the knot at the stunning Great Tythe Barn which lies in the heart of rural Gloucestershire and just a stone’s throw away from Tetbury. After meeting these guys at a wedding fair in Bristol we got on really well and they were keen to book my photography services.
It’s that time of the year again where I look back over the last 12 months and boy hasn’t it flown by? It seems like yesterday that I was putting together my best of 2016 blog but at the same time I’ve done so much since then.
The Paintworks wedding photography
Charley and Rob wanted something a little different from manor house or barn conversion weddings which lots of their friends had done so they opted for a traditional ceremony at the rather grand and beautiful Clifton College Chapel with their shindig at the very cool urban space at The Paintworks in Bristol. I have to say the blend of the old and new made for some great contrasting photos.
Kingscote Barn wedding photography
As a wedding photographer I love the opportunity to visit lots of different wedding venues all over the South West. This was the first time that I’d shot at the scenic Gloucestershire-based wedding venue Kingscote Barn. It has a winning combination of far-reaching views, stunning grounds full of awesome spots for photos and a lovely restored 17th Century Cotswold stone barn, which is perfect for adding your own style.
After being recommended by a friend and fellow Bristol wedding photographer Sophie and Ross decided to book my services for their church and marquee wedding in Winterbourne, Bristol. Set to be a really relaxed and chilled affair, it was perfect for my style of wedding photography.
One thing I love about being a wedding photographer is getting to shoot different and alternative weddings. Emma and Andy’s was definitely not your standard wedding, since they chose to have their ceremony in a beautiful bluebell wood near Ashton Court Mansion, Bristol. Opting for an intimate outdoor ceremony with just 33 close friends and family and they were lucky it was a nice dry day! However, wellies were worn just in case of a downpour (we are in England after all!)