Taken in the impressive ballroom at the Grand Connaught Rooms in central London. I love this shot of Nick and his Dad. It’s during the Israeli dancing, I had to battle hard to get close to the action as both were lifted onto shoulders and bounced around the dancefloor. I like the atmosphere and the…Details
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I love shooting weddings at The Oshwal Centre, Potters Bar. It’s probably one of my favourite weddings to shoot at for Hindu Weddings, its a very popular venue too. Everytime I shoot at the venue, I always want to try to create something different and unique to the client. On this occasion, the sky was…Details
Jordana makes her way to Josh for their First Look outside the UnderGlobe, by Shakespeare’s Globe in London. The concept of seeing one another before the ceremony has yet to truly take off over here in the UK, but due to unconventional scheduling on the wedding day (we needed to do all the portraits and…Details
This image is one of my favourites, taken at Arley Hall, one of my favourite Cheshire Wedding Venues. It’s a moment from Elaine and Hugh’s wedding, as Elaine descends the iconic Arley Hall staircase with her dad on the way to the ceremony. Her bridesmaids wait in perfect formation below. Normally I’d be at the…Details
This frames was created during the bridal preparations at the wedding of Caitriona and Adam at The Olde Bell Hotel in Hurley, Berkshire. In this frame the bride is the star and this is enhanced by the awesome window light. I love how the window light has created an extreme contrast and isolated the bride…Details
“I always like to try something different at each wedding I photograph and I am particularly proud of this one.” – Neil RedfernDetails
“I love the spontaneous release of laughter in this wedding photo. For me it feels like they’re relieved the formalities are over and they can finally unwind, relax and really enjoy their wedding day.” – Lorenzo AliDetails
“I love the colours in the picture – the bright blue, red and yellow, and the mist of hairspray lit by the window light. The chaos of the scene sums up the buzz of a bride getting ready with her friends.” – Stephen BunnDetails
“All wedding photographers position themselves for this shot in the hope of capturing some powerful emotion but in my 13 years as a wedding photographer I don’t think I’ve captured a stronger image than this from this part of the day” – Liam CrawleyDetails