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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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Bristol Zoo wedding photographer

When Laura and Shaun contacted me more then a year before their wedding, I had a feeling that their wedding at Bristol Zoo will be amazing and I was right. They came recommended by Bristol Zoo, where I photograph weddings on a regular basis and I love it. A Bristol Zoo wedding is so much […]

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Mansion House Bristol wedding

Mansion House in Bristol was the chosen venue for Bristol theme wedding of Vivienne and Gerry. Mansion House is described as one of the most prestigious locations in the city so naturally it’s in demand and it’s the official residence of the Lord Mayor of Bristol. The lovely couple was recommended to me by Claire, […]

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Priston mill wedding

  When Marc and Gemma came to see me all the way from Hertfordshire, I had a feeling that their would be amazing. They got engaged in Somerset whilst on holiday and decided to have a countryside wedding in Somerset. They chose Priston Mill near Bath as their wedding venue and they got in touch […]

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