The latest Wed Magazine has just arrived with a wedding I shot in May featured over three pages. Julia and Gareth tied the knot at Bre Pen Farm overlooking the stunning Atlantic Ocean near Mawgan Porth in Cornwall.
They had a delightful humanist ceremony in the open air and a teepee for the reception. They were so lucky with the weather, with glorious sunshine from dawn till dusk and only a stiff breeze coming off the sea to stir things up a little.
Wedding photography is such a rewarding job, especially when your clients appreciate your efforts. Here's what Julua had to say after she saw the photos:
"Thanks so much for the photos. There are so many amazing, beautiful shots and we feel you have really captured the spirit of our day perfectly.
We have looked through them quite a few times now and every time we notice something new! Our families and friends will be really happy with them all too as you've captured so many of the guests - thank you."
Here's a small selection of photos. You can see more over here
Bre Pen Farm
Back in April I had the pleasure of photographing the wedding of Annie and Adrian Pring at Worth Abbey, a stunning Benedictine abbey and private school In West Sussex.
It was a joyously happy celebration with plenty of sunshine and a ton of smiles, not least at the riotous Ceilidh at the end of the reception. Here are some of the highlights.
Early in September I shot the wedding of Owen and Nikky Pye in the rolling Berkshire countryside. It was a beautiful day with the English scenery basking in some hazy late summer sunshine. If you are wondering what the photos of Owen are with the iPad, his elderly grandparents were too frail to come fly over from New York to attend, but with the sondes of modern technology were able to "be there" via Skype.