The late summer wedding of Zak and Leah, with photographs at Aston Hall and the wedding breakfast at the New Cobden Hotel, Birmingham.
This anniversary shoot for Shakiel and Hannah was for their second year. Two years have absolutely flown by and it was good to have both Shakiel and Hannah in front of the camera again. It was not as cold as on their wedding day, but we were all prepared just in case! In the end, it was fine. They both did their thing, which was great, especially in light of some challenges.
A pre-wedding shoot for Charlotte and Andrew at the beautiful Bradgate Park was a great idea. Charlotte had suggested it as it is a park they both know well and frequent regularly being located a short drive from the centre of Leicester. It was my first time visiting the park and I did not know what to expect.
Couple Shoot Mailbox BIrmingham – The couple shoot for Abigail and Oscar took place early March on a wet, miserable Saturday afternoon. Having set the date for their wedding later in the year, Abigail and Oscar were looking for images to commemorate their engagement. Both had chosen canals and bridges as their preferred backdrop and as Birmingham is central for us, we thought the Mailbox and Brindley Place were ideal
Amy and Aaron’s engagement shoot took place on a day after heavy snow in March. We had identified Sutton Park as the shoot location, both choosing ‘Woodlands and Lakes’ as their preferred setting. I had Westwood Coppice in mind and was looking forward to seeing how the park looked with the snowy carpet.