Kristen and Eric had the most beautiful wedding at an awesome Air BnB rental close to Lake Arrowhead in California. A small intimate wedding with just close family. It was truly a special day and they made me feel like such a part of the family that day. I noticed this big redwood tree on the property and wanted to do something with it in the evening. I just wanted to capture the couple together and the scale of the mountains. They were both big outdoors people so glad I was able to capture this for them.
I know traditionally Spring is the season of love, but for me, nothing says romance like Autumn. I find that at this time of the year the warm natural color tones and the quality of light you get is particularly tuned to creating evocative portraitures. Add to that my obsession with balancing light and shadows in my personal style to evoke mystery and emotion, and you have the making of one of my favorite times of the year to create soulful painterly photographs.
Nick and Jessica's Wedding had to be one of my favorites from that year. Veil shots always seem to be some of my best work. My second shooter had been waving the veil up and down with opposite hands and on one click, this was the best and most epic veil shot I've ever taken. This wedding was in the early summer of 2019.
I was lucky enough to capture Alexa and Jerome at their beautiful intimate wedding celebration, right before the guest numbers were cut down from 30 to 15 in the UK and before the second national lockdown. I loved everything about this amazing couple's day, from the morning getting ready, to the poignant church ceremony and then on to the reception at the iconic Cliveden House. I can't wait to photograph their larger wedding celebration next year!
This wedding photograph was taken in Lake Bled, Slovenia, its one of the most spectacular places I've ever visited and I was lucky enough to able photograph to photograph there. This photograph was captured after their ceremony just before we got the boat back from Bled Island, the light was perfect and I wanted to capture the expression in a frame of pure calm.