21 Jun 2015 – A Year of Wedding Photography
Best Wedding Photography 2015 – A Year in Review
I’m always late to the party with my annual round up of the previous years weddings. I think I have excelled myself this year, publishing my favourite photos from 2015 a day after the longest day of the year, when we are officially closer to next Christmas than the Christmas just gone.
So back to this blog post. A selection of my favourite images taken at weddings in 2015. Once again, I had a year full of wonderful weddings, amazing locations, and at the heart of each wedding, a brilliant couple who I loved working with. As always, it was a diverse year in terms of location, from The House of Commons to a hilltop in Florence, and I photographed at many new venues in the UK as well as many old favourites.
I spent a wet week in Berlin with the talented bunch of street photographers that is The 8 Street, a welcome jolly from the hectic summer. We have a trip to Barcelona planned later this year which will be a great way to wind down from this wedding season and keep me inspired for the next. It was a good year for recognition from the industry, too, as I won two awards from the Wedding Photojournalist Association, and was once again shortlisted for Wedding Photographer of the Year (London & South East), being given the Highly Commended award in the Wedding Industry Awards finals. So all in all, it’s been a tip top year.
Non of this would be possible, and these pictures wouldn’t exist, had it not been for the couples who chose me out of all the many wedding photographers out there, who put their trust in me to document one of the biggest and most important days of their lives. So thank you to all my lovely couples, and to their friends and families who not only made me so very welcome, but danced, partied, loved and laughed and provided the material for these photos.
2016 is shaping up to be a brilliant year, and I can’t wait to share my favourite images from it (hopefully a little more promptly…) Until then, a look back at what my 2015 looked like…