For brides dreaming of the perfectly aristocratic atmosphere on their wedding day, there is always Chicheley Hall. Nestled in 80 acres of traditional grounds, it is ideal for an intimate wedding. Its idyllic countryside location offers peace and serenity on the outskirts of the rapidly expanding garden town of Milton Keynes.
A stunning Grade I listed mansion Chicheley hall, is regarded as one of the finest examples of early 18th Century architecture. Its current hall dates back to the 1700’s and is truly impressive for any event. (No wonder that it has been used as a location for such film and television projects as Pride and Prejudice, The Meaning of Life, and Black Beauty.)
Chicheley has always been one of my favourite venues to work in. Though it is a grand and spacious property the layout creates an intimate and traditional wedding atmosphere.
Acres and Acres of parkland surrounds this award winning art gallery. As you’d expect the entire venue is immaculately kept which makes it perfect for those looking for elegant wedding photography.
I remember our initial conversation via Skype. We seemed to click right away. An energetic and quirky couple who wanted their wedding photographer to portray the fun filled atmosphere of their wedding at Compton Verney.
Smiling Laughing and the odd heartfelt sentimental moment, my personal highlight was my accidental positioning of myself right in front of a glitter canon that went off during the dancing. The memory (and the glitter) of this perfect country wedding day will stay with me I’m certain.
Nestled in a Deer park, this beautiful country house close to Bristol, Taunton and the South West. With coastal views historic features and an orangery to match this quintessential British wedding venue is the perfect setting for a traditional and elegant English Wedding.
Fiona and Steve were great fun to work with as some of you may know Fiona is a member of my team and completely trusted us to deliver perfect wedding photography on the day.
Contemporary and luxury Barn wedding with secret lakeside views and walled gardens.
The Great Barn is located in Aynho, Banbury, Oxfordshire. Drive up through the rolling farmland to a modern tastefully refurbished barn. Emily and Johnathan picked this idyllic countryside wedding venue to host their wedding reception following a traditional church wedding ceremony in Banbury town centre. it was an absolute pleasure providing the wedding photography for this endearing couple.
Beautiful. Thats all that can be said to describe this wedding. A groom overcome with emotion at the first sight of his smiling bride, Speeches that pulled every heartstring, a starlit sky and did i mention the galloping horses?
Lanwades hall is a truly hidden gem in the wedding world. Nestled in the beautiful Suffolk country side , this Tudor style manor house is just 85 minutes from London. The perfect escape for a modern city dwelling couple. Steeped in history with a royal past, this truly is a wedding photographers dream,
This is the perfect time to get comfortable and test the boundaries of creativity with your wedding photographer. A real person to answer all your questions and help to build confidence ready for your wedding day.
Here is why engagement pictures should be important to you.
First, it allows you to learn how to work with your photographer and just as importantly, it shows the photographer, how to work with you. What you like, what you don’t like, etc. It’s also your chance to tell your photographer about who you are as a couple. Stand out from the crowd.
Secondly, it gives you diversity with the imagery in your home. You don’t want every picture to be of you in your dress and tuxedo or shot at the same time of year.
Engagement pictures will give you the variety in art you are looking for in your home.
Wethele Manor, Leamington Spa Let me set the scene, after months of rescheduling amidst a global pandemic, its finally the evening before your …
A luxury and elegant manor set in 38 acres of landscaped gardens, it really is the place for an sophisticated wedding celebration.
Horwood House is just outside of Milton Keynes Buckinghamshire and it really is the perfect choice of wedding venue. Operated be established and well known hotel chain, Devere Hotels, everything runs like clockwork on your wedding day. If you are looking for the elegant and quaint feel of a traditional country wedding you’ve found it! It even boasts a garden wedding venue weather permitting of course. Horwood House was the choice for India and Kieron for their wedding reception following a traditional ceremony in the local church.
When Jennifer came to University in the UK, little did she know a drunken night out and an encounter with a stranger from the Royal Air Force would find her soulmate.
It was just another night out in Lincoln (UK) when Gavin plucked up the courage to ask Jennifer for her number. I’m Certain there was little hesitation on the part of Jennifer because she even gave him her real phone number! So it begins two of the most kind hearted people I have ever met brought together by a chance encounter.
Central Park, New York is for many the escape to serenity within one of the worlds best cities. known for its countless appearances in movies and television show I was certain there would be endless places to shoot
Close to Junction 14 of the M1, this Georgian House is an ideal wedding venue for those with relatives traveling in to the area.
This Wedding Venue boasts four different locations within the property available for weddings.
Tj and Alanas Wedding had the Relaxed family atmosphere from start to finish. Starting the day with a trip to the barbers, then on to the venue with all the family in tow. Smiles, laughs and the odd risqué joke here and there it really was the perfect wedding for a relaxed and in love couple.
Bisham Abbey is truly a hidden gem! An exquisite property nestled in Buckinghamshire close to Marlow, its the perfect setting for an elegant and intimate small to medium wedding.
Full of traditional period features, Bisham Abbey (formerly the home of Henry the VIII) sets the scene for a traditional English wedding with a touch of rustic charm. We started the day with Becca (The Bride) in one of the rooms at the top of the stairs. The Bisham Abbey team were downstairs adding the finishing touches to the styling of the ceremony room and hall where the the reception would be held.
AJ and Becca had chosen to theme their wedding with the influences from Alice in Wonderland. With everything from teacups to cakes, they quickly transformed the Abbey into their own wonderland.
As a wedding photographer, I love to see weddings where the details have really been thought out. There’s always a risk with a themed wedding that one could go to far or have to little for it to make sense. This couple nailed it!
As more guests and the groom arrived they were directed to the ceremony room at the back of the building overlooking the river. The period features combined with the couples finishing touches made for a perfect combination.
As the bride made her way down the aisle, so began the formal ceremony. As with many weddings there were tears and smiles around the room along with the casual laugh and poignant moments.
Shortly after the ceremony we battled the wind for some group shots as well as a couple of the newly weds before the rain. Fortunately Bisham Abbey has a great indoor space so we were able to set up some further group shots indoors.
as the day went on the lighting in the Abbey kept you feeling warm and a candlelit reception dinner was the perfect way to round the day off. Not forgetting the drunken dancing and crazy escapades you’d expect of a wedding evening of course.