The custom made USB folio - the perfect keepsake for your wedding photos. In this most recent example in linen, but also available in full image wrap hard cover or leatherette. Included with each wedding.
The collection of Cambridge colleges where I shot weddings and engagements is growing - this summer I added Murray Edwards College, Magdalene College and St Edmunds College to my portfolio. I love shooting weddings in all of them because of the meticulous organisation and the high level of service they provide. So, the list so far looks like that:
- Trinity College
- Queens' College
- Murray Edwards College
- St Edmunds College
- Downing College
- Magdalene College
- Pembroke College
And here are some photos:
While shooting, I am usually so into the set up and the details that I often forget to do the behind the scenes shots and video. Yesterday was no different - it was only towards the end of the photo shoot that I remembered.
We were shooting again at the lovely Hockwold Hall on the border between Suffolk and Norwich. And the weather behaved beautifully for this time of the year! For the majority of photos I used the natural light coming from the big marquee windows.
This is Elizabeth Dickens Veils new collection of bridal veils and, oh my, are they beautiful! Nina from Elizabeth Dickens designs all Veils and they are all manufactured in Soham - just outside Cambridge and Newmarket.
We worked with two gorgeous models - Grace and Kathryn, had beautiful flower arrangements and bridal bouquet from Sally and hair and makeup by Julie. I will soon properly credit everyone as the team was absolutely brilliant.
22nd January 2017 - I was really looking forward to this date. This was my first ever Newmarket Wedding Show. And I am so happy to have been there! I met lots of lovely people - brides, grooms, families and other wedding suppliers - and had some wonderful time.
So, here is the offer for wedding photography - any question? Just shoot!
I must say that I did not ask him to release the balloons.
I saw him standing with his hair on fire and took the first photo. He saw the camera and without moving otherwise, released the balloons with that devilish look in his eyes and making sure that I am taking photos.
The last one is my absolute favourite - that raised finger pointed at the balloons is such a statement!