An architectural delight: laying down the foundations to a lifetime of happiness at the Matara centre

Back in January, I met up with Thomas and Melissa in London to hear all about their wedding plans. Right from the start, we got on really well and the more we talked, the more I learnt that they wanted a relaxed and stress-free wedding day with their family and friends. Perfect! My approach to…

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Elopement in Morocco

The elopement of Raquel and Miguel in the desert of Morocco was a magical one involving camels and a modern desert camp. We travelled for an hour from Marrakech to get to Inara Camp in the desert of Morocco for this shoot. The desert wasn’t your typical sandy desert but more grainy in texture. We…

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Wedding in Casa E Campo | Athens, Greece

I shot the beautiful wedding of Elli and Gerard in Casa E Campo, Athens, Greece last Summer. I first met them in London over coffee and we spoked about their wedding. It’s a greek wedding and both of them wanted natural style without too much of staged photos. I’m so grateful that they trusted and allowed…

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5 steps to your perfect wedding day hair by Billie-Mo Tredgett

One of my favourite hairstylist Billie-Mo Tredgett is sharing her wedding day hair tips. In case you’ve bookmarked this article, but forgot to read it – here are 5 steps to your perfect wedding day hair by Billie-Mo Tredgett.

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Couple photo experience in the Swiss Alps

Back in March this year, I had the chance to photograph Justine and Benjamin in the Swiss Alps. Switzerland is a beautiful country and I was blown by the beauty. Here’s a selection of photos that were taken on that day. Rhett Miller- Questions

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3 reasons to have an engagement session:

More and more couples are opting to have an engagement shoot as part of their wedding photography package. While they’re not for everyone but there are a lot of benefits to having this photo experience. Here are my top 3 reasons to have an engagement session.

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Wedding by the beach // Tulum, Mexico

Featured on Festival Brides wedding blog Ant and Ira’s love story started when they first met in Camden Town, London. They met through their bestman, Carlo, as he was dating Ira’s cousin at the time and Ira happened to be visiting London during her Europe travels. Ant was actually hung over the day they met…

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  • Antony & Ira23/06/2018 - 2:05 pm

    Beautiful post man, Cheers!!ReplyCancel

    • Jun24/06/2018 - 6:35 pm

      Thank you! Everything was perfect on that day! 🙂ReplyCancel

Dipping in hot springs with wild monkeys

Our travels to Nagano to see the snow monkeys The final destination of our road trip before heading back into Tokyo was Nagano. Nagano is mostly famous for their snow monkeys and after reading so many stories about being able to bathe with them, I was determined to share the same experience. We booked our…

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Childhood sweethearts engagement by the beach // Northern Ireland

Engagement shoot in Northern Ireland It was a rainy, cold weekend when I flew over to Northern Ireland for Josh and Becky’s engagement photoshoot. It was the first time I’d been to Northern Ireland, let alone for a destination shoot. I’d spoken to Josh and Becky via Skype ahead of the shoot and we decided…

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Two weeks of adventure in Japan- part 2

This post is a continuation from our last Japan trip, you can read part-1 here. Our next stop was from Osaka to Kanazawa. We took the Shinkansen, doing our usual of eating on the train to make the most of our time. We reached Kanazawa around lunchtime and was greeted with a beautiful architectural archway…

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