“We’re all stories..in the end” Steven Moffat
Sunny and Manisha had an Indian Wedding at Ragley Hall. It was a fantastic day at the brilliant 17th century mansion in Alcester. I had never shot here before and had never shot an Indian Wedding either, so I was really looking forward to the whole experience! I was not disappointed!read more
In December I shot the Hall’s ‘this is FAMILY’ lifestyle session in Sutton Park. It was great fun. Wall art for their landing at home was what they wanted, and we had more than a few candidates by the end of the shoot.
We feared the weather was going to be miserable, but it actually, was quite mild. We entered the park through the south entrance, Banners Gate and straight away loved the scenic elements.
In the middle of August, for me, the best month for a wedding, Roy and Donna had a really nice, small simple wedding. This was a wonderful gathering of family and friends, excited to witness the bride and groom taking their vows.read more
This was a great night for Charli. As a bridal shower it was well organised and with some good surprises with all the right emotions. The theme was a Kitchen Party. Loosely tailored, around the Zambian tradition, which consists of an all-female guest list, helping to prepare the bride-to-be for her new life.read more
A wonderful winter wedding for Nathanael and Shanice in Birmingham! In fact, this was a West Midlands special with the activities covering a fair distance.
The Vows – Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses, Bacchus Road, Winson Green
Photographs – Priory Park, Dudley
Wedding Breakfast and Evening Reception – The Village Hall, Worsbury
My first dabble in newborn photography was for this little one, Caleb.
We did the shoot in the family home two weeks after Caleb was born. It was an eventful afternoon to say the least – a nappy change, feeding session, clothing changes and the customary setup/ take down of lights, backdrop and props.