The next day I was in Manchester, and it rained, some stereotypes are true it would seem. Nothing that would worry Emily and Alasdair however as everything was taking place inside the very grand Midland Hotel in the heart of the city. And when I say everything, I don’t think I got a breather for […]
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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 […]
The second day of Meera and Ben’s wedding was a civil ceremony followed by a reception at the Trafalgar Tavern overlooking the Thames in Greenwich. A big thank you to my partner Suzanne Fossey who came to shoot alongside me at the wedding, the shot of Ben seeing Meera as she entered the ceremony and […]
A two day wedding for me this weekend. Meera and Ben had their Hindu ceremony on Saturday at the Manor House in Borehamwood, and the next day had a civil ceremony and reception in Greenwich. Part two to follow soon !
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 […]
I stayed in London after Sue and Nick’s wedding – the next day I was at a very different style of wedding. I’ve a Hindu ceremony booked in August, my first, so I thought I had better practice. I asked Aziz Khan of Aira Photography if I could be a second shooter at one of […]
A rainy day didn’t damp the spirits for Sue and Nick’s wedding last weekend. They were married at Grey’s Inn followed by a quick dash through the rain for their reception at Lincoln’s Inn in central London.
A beautiful sunny wedding in a beautiful setting – Marie Claire and Sean were married in the chapel at Clare College, dined in the Great Hall and then on to the Double Tree Hotel in Cambridge for their reception.