One of the best things about photographing weddings is getting to know people along the way. I knew I was going to get on well with Heather and David when it took us over 40 minutes to actually talk about weddings at our first meeting. An engagement shoot, more meetings and one amazing wedding later, I was pretty gutted to have to say bye to these two.
But oh boy did they go out with a bang. Rain did not stop play, with a wonderful ceremony at Stoke Newington Town Hall followed by a cracking reception in The Old Church just next door. And we even found a tiny gap in the drizzle for them to take a moment for themselves and some chilled out portraits in Clissold Park. Special mention to the phenomenal caterers, Easy Gourmet who bribed me with delicious curry, and obliged me with seconds. Awesome.
Featuring plenty of laughs, a few tears and some top notch moves on the dancefloor: enjoy!
I enjoy good coffee, have been known to do a bit of running, and derive most of my life philosophy from the Armando Iannucci Shows. I married my wife Alice in 2015, and can highly recommend this whole marriage lark!
I'm an alternative to the clichéd, posed, wedding photography that you get bombarded with at wedding fairs. Unlimited coverage, informal photography, celebrating what's unique about you. I'm all about the informal candid shots of people having the best day of their lives: lots of genuine laughs, maybe some tears, and definitely some partying!