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Kedleston Country House Wedding Photography, Derby. "Thank you so much for capturing our perfect day. We loved the relaxed and unposed approach so we could all concentrate on celebrating with friends and family" Natalie and Daniel got in touch with me last year via a recommendation Natalie saw on a wedding blog. As she was looking for a candid, documentary-style photographer, which is exactly the way I shoot, she and Daniel decided to go ahead and book. Their wedding was taking place at the fabulous Kedleston Country House near Derby, a location I had not previously shot at. To View More >>

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30 James Street, Liverpool Wedding Photography Same Sex Wedding. I received a message on Facebook from an old School friend, Joe, who I had not seen in nearly 30 years asking if I was free to shoot a wedding. 'Yeah sure, what date and where?'. Well, when he told me it was going to be a same-sex wedding in October in Liverpool, of course, I said 'yes!'. My home town, my first same-sex wedding and I get to see an old school friend too after all these years and wow what a wedding this was and what a venue too! Situated in the heart of Liverpool city To View More >>

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Lincolnshire Wedding Photographer, RAF Cranwell. "Nick did a fantastic job capturing the natural magic of our wedding. Lots of natural photos taken in  the moment, not posed, he caught the real beauty and happiness of the day "  Well, what can I say about Samantha's and Mikes Wedding? It was just full of fun and laughter. With Samantha and Mike both serving in the Military they couldn't have chosen a nicer church to get married, St Michaels at RAF Cranwell which is the Royal Air Force   training and education academy which provides initial training to all To View More >>

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Having an unplugged wedding ceremony is becoming increasingly popular. It’s something that as a Lincolnshire wedding photographer my brides & grooms ask me about a lot, so here's a little post about it so that you can decide whether it sounds like the right option for you! What does ‘unplugged’ mean? Having an unplugged wedding ceremony means that you ask all your guests to turn off their phones and cameras for the duration of your ceremony so that they are watching it with their eyes and living in the real moment, rather than watching it on their screens To View More >>

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Devon Wedding Photography, Rockbeare Manor, Exeter. I was absolutely honoured when I was asked by Emma & Jan if I was available to photograph their wedding.  Also, the wedding venue would be the fabulous Rockbeare Manor near Exeter, a venue I had previously conducted a styled model photo shoot at while the house was being renovated into the perfect wedding venue. Rockbeare Manor is set in 100 acres of beautiful parkland just a few miles from Exeter and just a stone's throw from Exeter airport. This exquisite  Grade one listed house has a timeless elegance To View More >>

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