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…we have flown 9475km, driven 3750km, spent 17 nights in 10 different hotels, squeezed 14 newly weds, cried at 7 weddings, sat on 6 planes, spoken four different languages (at questionable degrees of fluency), travelled with three different loved ones as dutiful assistants and are now two very happy and grateful photographers. It’s been one really busy past month, but it’s also been so worth it.

Here’s a little look at what we’ve been up to.

My first wedding in Amalfi, for two very beautiful people…

An engagement session in Paris for the gorgeous Janice & Michael…

Followed by their intimate wedding in Provence…

 This glamorous wedding near Dijon for the very dapper Nicolas & the exceptional Alexandra…

And I finished up in España with elegant Alia & dashing Pierre’s fantastic wedding in Spain…

It has been a beyond beautiful month for us both and it looks like it’s set to last. We’re off to two lovely weddings in Ascot & Wiltshire today, a little bit closer to home.

Have a lovely weekend one and all and an especially happy anniversary to you, Husband.

Three years of marriage and you’re still here! I love you immensely. x


I was so excited to have been recommended by the most incredible photographer Michele M Waite, to photograph Jamie & Steven whilst honeymooning in Paris. Steven is a wedding-planning, dress-designing, cake-making, husband extraordinaire and Jamie is quite possibly the prettiest, sweetiest and most charming lady you could ever hope to meet. We walked around town drinking coffee, buying sweets and taking photos. This really is my job, but it certainly doesn’t feel like work when you’re photographing these two in your very favourite city.

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In the summertime, when we still had lots of sunshine, Tiffany & Albert flew to London for a holiday and got in touch for a portrait session. I suggested we take their photos in Richmond and so we had a chilled out afternoon walking along the river all the way down to Petersham and back. Two perfect strangers even invited us into their beautiful house overlooking the river, to make use of their balcony. It was a calm, sweet afternoon.

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