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Euridge House | The Lost Orangery | Asian Fusion

We live in an amazing super humongous world and yet the small, tiny island of Great Britain is full of some of the most outstandingly beautiful places I have ever seen. Nestled in the rolling hills of the Cotswolds, Euridge House & Orangery or also known as The Lost Orangery is a wedding photographer’s dream venue.

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Frogmill Inn | May Wedding | Katie and Laurie

On my first meeting with Katie and Laurie, I was greeted but the most fantastic energy. Katie and Laurie were full of smiles and bounce (yes bounce as in so much energy they could zap me with some of it). After out initial meeting at the Frogmill Inn and our walk around and mini pre wedding shoot.  I was all set to be their wedding photographer.

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Winner of World Rugby Canon UK Photography

It may have taken me six months to get this blog up, but it is finally here. In September 2015 I entered a photography competition with Canon UK. With thousands of photographers entering images from all over the UK I was very lucky to be the chosen winner of their World Rugby Cup Competition.

Now, if you aren’t into rugby this may mean nothing to you, but in our house this was BIG news. Not only did I get to feel pretty proud of my accomplishment but I also got the BEST prize of all time.

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Finding Quiet Moments on Your Wedding Day

When time stands still for two people. Life moves all around them, but for just a second, it’s just about them and their moment. This is one of my favourite pictures of the year. They walked out of the church and there was a flurry of activity all around them as the groomsmen were trying to sort out the confetti shot. But this moment was just them.

I’ve been married for twelve years and one of the things my photographer had us do when we came out of the church was he tucked us away beside the church for two minutes while the guests came out of the church. It was two minutes where it was just about me and Paul. One of my most memorable times of the day.

When you are choosing your wedding photographer, it’s the little details like this that make a photographer turn from just taking pictures to helping create your day. So whether you’re having a church ceremony, outdoor ceremony or registar, when you’ve walked out, tuck yourselves away for a minute and just be. In the quiet and away from the chaos ( or get in touch with me and I’ll help you create this moment!)

 Come down from cloud number 9 together and just soak up the moment where you are now married. Because when you walk back out to your family and friends, you’ll be separated as a couple and the time you spend together will be limited.
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