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Simon and Rebekah Polhawn Fort Wedding Photography Polhawn Fort is the furthest I have travelled to this year, but I wasn’t phased by this, as I love being by the coast, so after a few hours drive to Rame, Torpoint in Cornwall this was an easy drive for me. As soon as I arrived this place […]

Craig and Andrew I love photographing weddings, they are such happy occasions, full of the couples love and personality. They are all so unique and different from the previous wedding and the to next, this wedding was no exception. I met this couple after a recommendation from another couple I photographed. From the offset I knew this […]

Liz and Quentin A surprise wedding… Now I have had some requests in my time as a photographer but not like this. “How is my acting” asked this lovely couple when I met them. This was a hush hush situation due to them wanting to surprise their children, so I agreed to go along with […]

Sam and Charmaine One thing you can never predict in the UK is the weather, and especially in Dartmoor and a year in advance, but this year with the Heatwave we are blessed with gorgeous sunshine. The location is Buckland Monachorum and Buckland Abbey near Yelverton in Devon and the couple both live and breathe […]

Dan and Holly Another wedding set in the south west away from my usual Cotswold locations, I love the Cotswold venues but it’s a close match to weddings on the coast. So with an early start and a 3 hour drive to Woolacombe Bay Hotel near Ilfracombe it was time to meet the bride and […]

Natalie and Jim Wedding photography is hard work with long challenging days, but the rewards are so great, and this wedding was no exception. It was a 9.30am start to capture all the natural shots of the bride, her bridesmaids, daughter and mum getting ready, it’s all about documenting as much of the day as […]

  Day 223 – Jumping for joy! So on to my fourth wedding in 6 days, this happy day was set a stone throw away from Tetbury at Kingscote Barn. This was a lovely wedding where detail and design was well considered, so whilst the bride was getting ready I grabbed the chaps for a […]

  Day 221- Groundhog Day! Not too sure what is wrong with me, but it’s happened again, no photo taken apart from my morning stroll to the office snap shot, if only I had bumped in to Bill Murray, but then if that had happened I would of taken a photo of him!  

  Day 220 – Fail safe to the rescue… again? So last week was bonkers, snapping well over 5000 photographs and today just the one picture to start the fresh new week, my one building, one spot on the way to the office, Déjà vu? Feels like it!  

  Day 214 – My fail safe As you will know if you have been following my blog that I have to take one picture everyday for a year, easier said than done, especially if it’s to have any substance! This does lack on occasions, but a picture is a picture and that meets the […]

  Day 186 – Daisy posing… Today is a glorious day and lunch times are restored to ‘I am getting out of the office, nothing is stopping this skin getting a light creosoting’. So as I lie on the grass facing my face towards the sun, I soak up the warmth to dissipate the pasty […]

John and Heidi It’s always a little daunting being asked by another photographer to shoot their wedding, I was delighted  to be asked and thankful John and Heidi from Two Front Teeth Family Portraits don’t shoot weddings, so a little bit of pressure was eased! This was always going to be a special wedding, as […]

  Day 122 – Fairy Garden My little girl spent the afternoon with Lemara (my wife) making this very cool Fairy garden in this large plant pot. She is obsessed with fairies… Lottie not Lemara, so we planted some flower seeds underneath and she did the top, they did a great job, I’m just looking […]

  Day 119 – Two doors, Tulips! My home town is a pretty place, it has incredible old architecture, the new is questionable but that’s a matter of taste. Everyday I walk past two glorious regency terraces on my way to the office, this morning the council had been busy planting flowers in their eternal […]