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March 23, 2017

So as you can see, I don't just shoot weddings!

The past few weeks have been pretty diverse to say the least - rugby players, politicians, interiors, exteriors, models, dentists, weather girls and various gizmos and gadgets. I am so lucky to love my job, meet so many fantastic people and I'm still learning every day so can never, ever get complacent.

I work at a lot of rugby based events for Victor Ubogu (the one being accosted by the men in green hats)! Former Bath and England rugby union player, he now offers fantastic 5 star hospitality and travel at a lot the big sporting fixtures with his company VULtd. Ive been shooting events for VU for 10 years now and love working for them, I know the majority of the clients who now feel like good friends if not family. It can be hard work at times as I also print on-site but Im a...

March 10, 2017

Ian and Louisa (not Ann and Ian as unfortunately written in the magazine) appear in this quarters A Kentish Ceremony. It was a beautiful day and such a beautiful venue. I hadn't worked at Falconhurst before and was blown away by its beauty, the house full of grandeur and the gardens full of colour. The wedding had a vintage feel to it and the marque dressed to match the style with lovely old crockery and decorations. After the church ceremony drinks were served outside in the walled garden, beside the fountain. The guests were then served tea and cakes in the marque and then had a wander around the stunning gardens before the first dance.

I loved the gypsy style caravan and got some lovely group shots there and there were so many lovely spots around the grounds to shoot, if you would like to see more images from Ian and Louisa...

March 9, 2017

Its always great seeing your images in print, this quarters A Kentish Ceremony features two of my weddings I had the pleasure to shoot last year. 

Pippa and Rich had really fun and quirky wedding, the more formal ceremony was performed at the beautiful Nettlestead Place near Wateringbury then on to Sam Neals Farm for the fun and frolics. Pippa was marrying Richard Puddle so they decided to call the wedding reception the 'Puddle Party'. And that it was because just as we arrived at the venue the heavens opened! And yes it rained and rained and rained! It didn't stop the fun though- rounders, sumo wrestling, fish and chips for dinner and an ice cream van supplied the pudding.

Pip and Rich's first dance was also unique, holding brollies and wearing wellies. The fun didn't stop there though as the barn dance began and everyon...

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