Olivia & Nick's South Farm Wedding

South Farm in Essex is one of the best wedding venues in the UK, and one that I've shot at a number of times now - it always attracts the most lovely, laid-back couples who want something a little alternative, a little rustic for their wedding day. Olivia and Nick wanted a fun, relaxed day with family and friends, and South Farm was perfect for their celebrations. We were so lucky with the weather - some rain in the morning followed by a gorgeous sunny day, and the most beautiful light in the evening which we took full advantage of, before they rejoined their guests for the first dance.

A Brighton Elopement - Naomi & Sam

Naomi and Sam's elopement is without doubt the smallest, most intimate wedding I've ever had the honour to shoot. They got married at Brighton Town Hall with myself and a friend of mine as witnesses, just the two of them promising to love each other forever. So romantic, so very, very perfect.

I joined them on the morning of their wedding at The Artist's Residence in Brighton where they were getting ready, and walked to the Town Hall with them after doing a few pre-wedding photos at the hotel. The ceremony was short, but none the less significant for that, and it was incredibly emotional and moving. After that we headed to the Bluebird Café for their wedding breakfast and a few photos before heading out into Brighton to enjoy the sunshine. It was insanely windy, but the sun shone and these two were so in love that I don't think they even noticed the crowds or the wind or anything except each other - just the way they planned.

A London Love Shoot

I love photographing in London, so when Yuan and Sen contacted me about doing a pre-wedding shoot ahead of their wedding next year, to celebrate their time spent in London, I was thrilled - I love exploring different parts of London, and timing this shoot for an hour before sunset meant that we got some stunning warm light as well.

Francesca & Mark Get Married in Sardinia!

Photographing an Italian wedding, an Italian Island wedding - what more could a girl want? Francesca and Mark met in Sardinia, Francesca's home island, and so it felt right to them that, despite living in Manchester, they should go to Sardinia to get married. I am so glad they did, and so glad that they chose me to photograph their amazing day on this beautiful Italian Island.  

Francesca and Mark got married in the Town Hall at Sorso, before heading up to the vinyard of Kent'Annos for their reception. Kent'Annos overlooks the sea, with an amazing vista - perfect for our sunset portraits! 

Francesca and Mark's wedding was blogged on Rock My Wedding, and you can read all of the details (and some really kind words about me!) in Francesca's own words here