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Charlotte and Liam’s Whitstable Engagement Shoot

After months of communication after choosing me to be their Kent Wedding Photographer, it was great to finally meet Charlotte and and Liam for their Whitstable engagement shoot.  The weather forecast was a bit patchy but we decided we'd go for it!  Despite some initial drizzle (which we were lucky to get away with) we [...]

By |May 15th, 2016|Engagement Shoots, Pre-Wed Shoots|Comments Off on Charlotte and Liam’s Whitstable Engagement Shoot

Rowan & Adam’s Blue Pigeons Wedding in Worth, Kent

What a delight it was to document Rowan and Adam's elegant, creative wedding at The Blue Pigeons boutique hotel in Worth, Kent.  The weather forecast had been looking somewhat precarious as it kept changing for what seemed like hour by hour for their wedding day in mid August!  Thankfully those rain clouds behaved and we [...]

By |December 18th, 2015|Kent Weddings, The Blue Pigeons, UK Weddings|Comments Off on Rowan & Adam’s Blue Pigeons Wedding in Worth, Kent
  • bride and Groom have a romantic picture taken at Bodium Castle Wedding

Laura and Henry’s Bodium Castle Wedding

The lovely Henry and Laura were married at St Nicholas Church in Sandhurst in June, followed by a fabulous reception and celebrations at the picturesque 14th Century Bodium Castle.  The Castle is a National Trust property and they only host a select number of weddings each year, so I was thrilled when Henry and Laura [...]

By |August 22nd, 2015|Bodium Castle, UK Weddings|Comments Off on Laura and Henry’s Bodium Castle Wedding

Whitstable Castle Kent Wedding Photographer – The marriage of Katie & David

Katie and David’s Wedding was held the last weekend of May, one of my favourite times of year when gardens are on the verge of looking their best – an especially good time of year to shoot amongst the gardens of Whitstable Castle! Katie and David had chosen to get married at All Saints Church in Whitstable Kent,  and Rev Simon Tilloston, whom I’d met last year, conducted the ceremony and kindly let me stand to the left and in front of the proceedings so was also incredibly welcoming and accommodating.  It does make such a difference to be able to shoot from the front – it’s wonderful to capture the moment when a groom first sets eyes on his bride; the moment when each says ‘I do’… Katie and David’s marriage was then followed by their wedding breakfast and celebrations at Whitstable Castle . This is the first time I’d shot celebrations at the castle, so I was really looking forward to it.  The gardens have recently been landscaped, although the planting was already looking established.  What a great location – beautiful gardens and the beach across the road! The preparations started off for Katie at their home in Whitstable – there was a lovely buzz when I arrived as Katie was joined by her three bridesmaids and her parents – the champagne was flowing! It was a lovely day, full of joy! Here are some of my favourite images from the day… […]

By |June 18th, 2011|Kent Weddings, UK Weddings, Venues, Whitstable Castle|Comments Off on Whitstable Castle Kent Wedding Photographer – The marriage of Katie & David