A December wedding last year saw me shooting a wedding at Brooklands Museum. A really unusual setting of planes and cars as well as Concorde. The couple chose to actually have two ceremonies in the day, one non legal for all of the wedding party and one legal on Concorde itself as this only fits a certain number of people.
Due to it being December and the timings of two ceremonies, we did not have a lot of time for the couple shots and group shots before we started loosing the light. But on the way through to the next location, we were able to just get the sunset going down through the wheels of Concorde.
Completely in love with Gosia and Conrad as a couple. They had their sights set on their couple shots showcasing lots of London landmarks, but that would not be achievable time wise around central london between their ceremony and Dinner. As they really wanted these location, they ended up splitting their day over two days. This was the getting ready, ceremony and dinner on one weekend and a few weekends later we set to doing their couple shots, with a 4am start for Sunrise. But completely worth it.
A lovely summer wedding took me back down to Devon where I was originally from to photograph Anna and David's wedding. Originally from the North, they came for a holiday at Hotel Endsleigh and fell in love, knowing they wished to get married here. It was great to be asked to capture the day, having known Devon well and the hotel itself and its vast gardens, it made for some great shots. This particular shot has a street and a this bit of ledge overlooking the endless amount of large leaves... something out of a movie!