Best of the Year
At the end of every year I go back through every wedding I photographed, collate my favourite images, and put them together in one post. It’s a great process for me and hopefully, for couples considering booking me, it gives a good indication of my photographic style. Having a look through them will give you a clear idea of how I might document your wedding day, the moments I search for and the scenes I capture.
There’s a common theme in every year’s selection in that my favourite images are very rarely the big moments, but rather the little, unexpected moments in between. Moments that I hadn’t anticipated and, sometimes, moments that nobody but me saw. This is what drives me at every wedding; the limitless possibilities for the unknown. Some moments you anticipate and some pop up out of nowhere. That’s the joy of it, the thrill of the chase. The ‘Best Of’ posts below show my favourite images from the past 10 years’ weddings. Almost every image is a documentary image – a photo taken without any direction or intervention – with a handful of relaxed portraits, and this ratio pretty much sums up my style.
If you’ve had a look at my favourites in my ‘Best Of’ posts, now would be a good time to visit my blog page to see stories from individual weddings. You’ll find London weddings, countryside weddings, beach weddings, and destination weddings. You’ll also find posts about my Wedding Photographer of the Year award, as well as reviews from my past wedding couples. Once you’ve got a good feel for my documentary style and my candid approach, and if you like what you see, head on over to the contact page and drop me a line.