When I met Carol and Paul, it couldn't have been a better day to have met them, personally speaking.. They are a true testament to the fact that love can happen at any point and time in your life...and on this day, at Hogarths Solihull, , 17 years on, it was finally time for them to tie the knot. Their family and friends will understand this sentiment exactly - cheers and whistles during their outdoor ceremony, I get the impression they had been waiting for this day a long ti
Emma and Tim, thank you so much for giving your all to my camera! Your energy was so infectious and it was a blast photographing your wedding at Curradine Barns. Although I was only with you for a short time, your kindness penetrated me and I came away buzzing. I love the romance, the 'hold-me-tight' kisses the beauty and the friendship in your relationship. As I am with many couples - totally spoilt. Plus you're ruddy beautiful people so it makes my job too easy really. As I
YOU ARE MY INSPIRATION
As a photographer, wedding photography in particular puts you in good stead for pretty much any other type of photography job. I can’t think of any other commission whereby the variables change so quickly and you have to be ready. Not only ready but the expectation is to produce your best work every time. The weather, the lighting, the guests, the couples, the venue staff, the timings, the group shots, the locations - all need to be photographed in th
Chiaroscuro is Italian for 'light-dark' and is described in art is the use of strong contrasts between light and dark, usually bold contrasts affecting a whole composition. I was introduced to this term when I began photographing this project. It felt as appropriate for the aesthetic of the work as it is for my subject - in theis case, Helené. This is Helené. She is a potter, a writer, a climber, a vegan and animal rights welfare campaigner. She also happens to be deafblind.