Category Archives: Cambridgeshire Weddings

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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Nobody lost a sock, The Missing Sock is the name of the eccentric venue near Cambridge Megan and Mike chose for their wedding reception. Earlier in the day I met up with Mike and his brother for a nerve settling pint at The Greyhound in Chevington, before popping down the road to catch the last […]

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Racheal and Jon had perfect weather for their late spring wedding at Longstowe Hall last weekend. May really is a great time of the year to get married, warm but not too hot, long balmy evenings and everything in abundant growth. I started with Racheal and the girls getting ready at the The Belfry in […]

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To say Saturday’s Cambridge wedding was a little wet, would be like saying the Sahara was a little dry … but Pembroke College is a beautiful place inside and out so Chrissie and Michael still had a great day and not one the guests are likely to forget !   See more photos from Chrissie […]

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The next day was sunshine and showers again a little closer to home in Cambridge. Sophie and Imran were married at the magnificent St. Johns College chapel and then walked through the backs to Nevilles’s Court in Trinity College.  After drinks and canapes accompanied by the Gents of St John’s it was off to Anstey […]

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It’s always a nice suprise to be included in a client’s thank you card list. Here’s a beautifully prepared one I received today from Neda and Graham, I shot their wedding at St. John’s college chapel in August. They wrote : “Thank you again for the absolutely fantastic job you did with the photography on […]

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My second visit to the Cambridge colleges in 2010, this time St. John’s College was the venue for Neda and Graham’s packed day.  After a ceremony in St. John’s chapel, they moved to the Master’s Garden for drinks, then the Great Hall for a Persian ceremony followed by the wedding breakfast.  Later in the evening […]

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