A fun engagement shoot starting in Leadenhall market right in the heart of the city of London and wending our way towards St Paul’s cathedral. Chris brought along the lego statue that he made when he proposed to Alex, creative and unique!
We are all guilty of it, some more than others. Our world is digital from your phone, Ipad, to your computer so we must remember to PRINT! It’s so quick and easy with online companies that deliver to your door. You are then at liberty to frame your photos, proudly display them or even create a album so you can really see the colours and can be transported back to that day, that moment. I have had a few orders for photo albums during 2014 but I want to do more for 2015. I have decided on using the company Folio who source their material locally and hand make each individual album with silk or leather covers. They are beautifully constructed with flattened folding in the middle of the pages so you don’t even see a crease. Bring back Printing is what I say!
Now that the days a drawing in and the weather is getting colder I think it’s a perfect time to take a look back at summer 2014 and reflect on what a great time it has been! The biggest change in my life being that I have moved back to the UK after living for four years in Paris.
I started the wedding season with a bang and it couldn’t have been nicer to begin with photographing Rohan & Camilla’s English country wedding in Cheshire. All the details had been thought through, from lanterns and bunting in the trees to the flowers which were done by Rohan’s brother at Pinstripes & Peonies. There was delicious food and of course lots of champagne. Speeches were animated and the dancing adventurous!
Here are a few of my favourites and you can see more in the full version in the wedding gallery.