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Cheam School, Berkshire

The Cheam School is a bit more than just a school. And Jo and James are more than just your everyday couple. I'd heard lots of positive things about Jo and James before I even met them. They are former colleagues of both my sister and Kat, whose wedding I photographed earlier this year. Everyone told me what a nice couple they were. And they weren't wr[...]

The Dairy at Waddesdon

The Dairy at Waddesdon - wadda venue! Part of the Waddesdon Estate and inspired by Marie Antoinette's farm at Versailles, it is without doubt the fanciest dairy I have ever seen! But even more stunning than the location itself, Kat and Martin are an amazing couple. Childhood sweethearts, they met at school over in the Netherlands before moving back to [...]

2013 – a year in review

Looking back over the the photos I've taken this year, I realise it's been quite a busy year! Busy, but enjoyable of course. Starting in February, right up until the last wedding of the year in October, I have loved every minute of capturing such special moments. The Mulkies was my light-hearted way of saying thank you to all the couples who asked [...]

The Mulkies 2013

We're approaching the end of the year, which can only mean two things: Christmas time; and awards season. I've been looking back on another amazing year of weddings and I decided to create my own awards - The Mulkies. There's no actual hardware on offer with these awards, nor is there a glitzy party. It's simply a light-hearted way to show some appreci[...]

Kirton Holme, Boston, Lincolnshire

Becky and Matt's wedding was both the smallest and biggest wedding I've ever had the pleasure of shooting. Held at the Poachers Country Hotel in the village of Kirton Holme, just outside Boston in Lincolnshire, they tied the knot in an intimate ceremony with just their immediate family in attendance. There were flashes of rain earlier in the day and du[...]

Rutland Water, Stamford

All weddings are joyous occasions, but I'm pretty sure Bethany and Paul's big day broke the world record for the "smiliest wedding in history". It's a good job that Bethany is a physiotherapist because she and her husband Paul must have had some serious muscular strain in their cheeks after smiling for pretty much the whole day. It wasn't just them either[...]