A few days ago a photographer ranted on his facebook page. It made the news, where they asked the question “Are smartphones ruining weddings?” This blog post is my take on that.
This engagement shoot took place months ago. Emma and Colin have even been married for months now. I’ve got very bad at blogging recently. Hopefully, I’ll be able to catch up a bit soon. Emma and Colin were set to
I first met Peter when he was about 6, while I was helping at a children’s holiday week with his parents. That he is now married, I feel old! Perhaps, that is why it has taken me so long to
I’ve been holding off writing this post for a while for a few reasons. The main one is that Hazel, the bride, was setting up a wedding planning business after their wedding and I wanted to be able to link
Chris and Laura are friends of my sister-in-law, and as she observed in a mildly drunk state at the wedding, “nobody can not like Laura, she’s lovely”. Chris and Laura are both exceptionally friendly and easy going, so it was a pleasure to do their wedding photography.
Recently (by that I mean several months ago) I did a family photo shoot for a family we know through our church. It was chaos. Six children in a studio.
Life seems a little bit hecktic sometimes, and when I have lots on I try to prioritise. Blogging isn’t ever one of the high priorities. I did an engagement photoshoot for Lizzie and Yang back in March
I’m investigating new print suppliers for my ball photography now. For a long time I have used the same lab for printing such photos, but this year their customer service has let them down.
Wolfson ball is probably my favourite of the Oxford college balls at the moment. That may be because it has been a regular event in my diary for the past 4 years or so, but it is probably largely because Wolfson is such a small friendly college.
I was thrilled to be able to provide photography to my old Oxford college, Merton, this year. I felt right at home being back there