aCoolDryPlace photography is closed as of 16/12/14…. sort of! It’s more a case of change a new thing dawning, or being “under new management”. My wife has decided to claim ownership of my business, all my equipment and has a
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.
While I was previledged enough to do Paul and Serena’s engagement photos, they weren’t really up for flying me out to Thailand to do their wedding photos. However, after returning from honeymoon they had a wedding party
I decided that the end of the year was a good time to update my portfolios, so have finally made a start on doing so. However, I got distracted by the side issue of how to best present them.
My friend, Kate, has just put details of her wedding video on her blog. Whilst I’ve never worked with the chap, Kate would highly recommend him and I trust her judgement.
Tony and Monika got married on Christmas eve 2008, but it’s taken me a little while to get around to blogging about it because I had a couple of weeks off. I’ve known Tony since he was quite small – which was a long time ago since he is now 6′ 7″ or so.
Susie and David booked me to do their wedding photography after meeting me at Rachel and Nick’s wedding. They were a lovely relax couple and a pleasure to work with/for. The wedding took place at St. Clements church in Oxford.
Rachel and Andreas got married for a second time on 26th July. I say for a second time, because the first got married in the USA (where Rachel comes from). This ceremony was a Buddhist ceremony, not a legal one,
I’m always a little apprehensive when I get emails from clients to whom I’ve just delivered photos. Particularly if the email starts “Dear Mark” because “Dear” sounds so formal. Despite having confidence in my work, I’m nervous to know what