Best of Recent Wedding Photography 7

Ok – so I am not the most prolific blogger…and ok, I don’t mind admitting that when the weddings quieten down a bit in January I like to spend some time on my bike, or with the kids, or clearing out the loft and shed etc. So when other wedding photographers ‘Best of the Year’ posts start popping up (in December…sheesh), I do have to take a deep breath and tell myself that March is a much more fashionable month to proudly display my Faves. NOT as soon as the year ends. That’s just being a swot.

Here is where my Best Ofs differ from most. Yes there will be a sunset shot or two – because I can’t help succumbing to the inner hipster in me. But I promise…no curious distance gazing. No overindulgent birdcage and old suitcase shots, no Rings on Branches. There will be no Headless Portraits. I am sorry to disappoint, but you will not find any Old Great Uncle Asleep In The Corner pictures either. Not fair on him, and really not that funny either. BUT mostly you will find good honest wedding photographs that reflect a good honest wedding day. My choice, no second guessing. If you like what I like, then we are on.

So here we are. Guests laughing, Fathers crying, Kids playing, and Beer disappearing. Not to mention a whole bunch of Brides and Grooms having the best time ever on their wedding day – I hope you enjoy them.

My Venues – I salute you: Hedsor House, Stowe, Millbridge Court, Notley Abbey, Loseley Park, Great Fosters, Cain Manor, Papakata, Dorney Court, The Manor, Merchant Taylors Hall, Stoke Park Club, Blenheim Palace, Wasing Park, The Kings Chapel, Chiddingstone Castle, Silchester House, Burgh House Hampstead, Prince Albert Camden, Botleys Mansion…..and many many many Marquee