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Islington town hall wedding photography

I love any excuse to shoot weddings in London and this was no exception. One of my favourite things about the wedding of Chien and Mary was the juxtaposition of old and new – the historic architecture of St Pauls Cathedral contrasting with the modern lines of Millenium Bridge and the huge variety of locations […]

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Bristol wedding photographer

I’m always looking for ways to improve the Photo Dabek experience and I am excited to announce that, instead of receiving pictures on a CD, each of my couples will be given a stylish wooden USB stick containing all of their gorgeous images.  

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Tewkesbury Park wedding photography

When Tasha and Francis married I  knew the pressure was really on as both the groom and his father are wedding photographers – but the resulting photographs couldn’t be more beautiful; the perfect reflection of great day. I started the day with bridal preparations at Tasha’s parents place and then photographed amazing wedding cars by […]

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Outdoor humanist wedding photography

Despite having a photographer that live in England, a couple that live in Ireland, and a ceremony that took place in Poland, everything came together seamlessly for Asia and Krystian’s humanist ceremony and historic feast at Stary Mlyn (Old Mill). With gorgeous details like the grooms suit (historical Polish wedding attire borrowed from a theatre), […]

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Tockington wedding photography

Nicola and Gary’s intimate wedding is likely one I’ll never forget. From their Disney theme and priest-come-clown, to the father daughter dance that transformed into the bridal parties own rendition of Gangnam style, it promised to be one for the books. On the morning I met with the groom and his party as they gathered […]

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