Category Archives: Marquee Weddings

Some days it rains, but the show must go on… After a sunny week, it was raining when I arrived in Oxfordshire to document Pippa and Mark’s garden wedding, the weather looked like it was settling in for the day. After capturing the last of the girl’s preparations and the boys lunch at the local […]

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It’s not that often I’m asked to stay right to the end of a wedding, but when the wedding is as action packed as this one I’m really glad Victoria and Ross asked me to. It’s also unusual I work with a second photographer as well and I couldn’t ask for a better one than […]

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It must be pretty tough to get lost on an island five miles wide eh? If you’re travelling to Guernsey think again! After landing on Friday, my first thought was to go recce Jessica’s parents place and the church – I pretty soon realised that Guernsey postcodes don’t match up to real world locations on […]

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It’s always an honour to be asked to photograph a mates wedding. Iain and I used to go skiing together back in the day and it was great to hear from him last year to talk about covering his wedding to Sophie at the magnificent church in Salle. The weather was looking a little ropey […]

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Maybe the one of the tiniest wedding venues I’ve worked in, but where would be more appropriate for a couple of playwrights to be wed than the stage at the Electric Picture Palace in Southwold? It’s easily missed in a suburban backstreet, but squeeze through the doors and you step into a miniature bygone world. […]

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My last wedding of the summer before we head into autumn and it was off to Hertfordshire for Ginny and Alistair’s wedding in the magnificent St. Albans Abbey and Cathedral. Ginny and the girls were getting ready at her parents home just north of the town and later we would be returning for their marquee […]

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A great day down on the farm for Helen and Bobby’s wedding last weekend. I caught the end of Helen’s preparations and the start of the tears at the farm and it was off into the centre of Kings Lynn to the town hall for the ceremony. The outside was a bit of state with […]

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