This time we headed out to photograph in one of the most stunning locations in England – Lake District. Shaun and Zhi had visited Lake District before and knew it was the place to do their engagement shoot, before their wedding in Singapore. So they invited me along and we had a wonderful trip around the Lake District national park and it’s many lakes. Even the weather was very kind to us, which is not often the case in this part of the world.
Aileen and Edwin were visiting London a few weeks ago, coming all the way from Singapore. They choose to immortalise their London memories and adventures by doing their Pre-wedding photo shoot in London. We spent a beautiful and sunny afternoon together in central London and captured some great photos in parks and other places of interest. At the end of the shoot we even managed to grab a pint in a local pub. Anyway, here’s a small sneak-peek from Aillen and Edwin’s pre-wedding photoshoot in London…
After a very long pause (so sorry for that, wedding schedule is crazy this year) I absolutely had to share this amazing destination wedding with you. It took place in Istria region in Croatia on a small island. A short ferry ride from the stunning town of Rovinj there is an Island Hotel Istra, which Laura and Meurig had chosen as a venue for their destination wedding. I was so lucky to be invited along to capture their day in wedding photographs.
Here’s another amazing wedding adventure I’d like to share with you – this time we headed up north to Scottish Highlands and our aim was to do some beautiful engagement photographs for Felix and Rebecca who came all the way from Shanghai in China to enjoy this adventure. We spent most of the time on the Isle of Skye which, despite the cold and rain, I absolutely fell in love with. It’s absolutely breathtaking – the views, mountains, lochs, fields – everywhere you look is stunning. I don’t think there can be a better place for pre wedding photography or in fact any kind of photography. I say that even despite the fact that we spent most of our time hiding from the enormous wind and escaping the rain, still, when the rain was gone and sun came out for a short while, it felt like the most beautiful place on earth!
This September I was very happy to be invited to Cyprus to do the photography at John and Kim’s wedding. Cyprus holds a very special place in my heart since I first visited the island last year, when I photographed one of the most amazing wedding adventures ever (check out Yiannis and Elena’s wedding). This time the wedding took place at Aphrodite Hills resort near Paphos at the western coast of Cyprus. The wedding itself was quite a bit different from the usual, mostly because of the many different influences – Cypriot, British and Indian. John is half Cypriot, half British, while Kim is from Indian family, they both live in England, but decided to have their wedding celebrations in Cyprus, where the first day was held by British and Cypriot wedding traditions, but the next day was when the Indian traditions took over. Nice and simple! :) In fact, although it all sounds quite complicated, it actually worked rather well.
This is the wedding story of Tim and Emma who got married in Herefordshire countryside in a beautiful place called How Caple Court. It was truly special! Emma and Tim are such a lovely couple, a true pleasure to work with. Secondly, there was the location – it was my second time shooting in How Caple Court (here’s Eleanor & Mark’s wedding story from a few years ago) and I still do think the place was made with photography in mind.. :) And thirdly, there was the preparations and all the effort gone into making their wedding day perfect. And it was!