Win Your Wedding Photography – Ending Soon

So last year, I ran my very first “Win Your Wedding Photography” competition.  It was a huge success and through it I got to meet some awesome couples and document their weddings.  In fact it was so much fun that I decided shortly after to make it an annual event.  So, if you haven’t already seen, this years competition is up and running – you have until 23:59 30th April to enter!  So come on, what are you waiting for?! One lucky winner will receive:  Unlimited Coverage All Images – Print & Web Quality Printing & Sharing Rights Private Online Gallery A Silent Wedding

Crabwall Manor Wedding Photography – Kayleigh & Jack

Argh!  These two are so frickin’ cute together!  I can’t remember how long they’ve been together, but it’s clear they’re meant to be…  Just look at these photos…  Look at them!  I don’t think I’ve ever seen a couple make each other laugh so much or have so much fun together.  And it’s infectious.  I had an amazing day documenting Kayleigh & Jack’s wedding, but I’ve had (almost) as much fun selecting and editing their wedding photos. I arrived at Crabwall Manor about half eight, everyone was nice and relaxed.  There was plenty of laughing, joking, reminiscing over hen dos and a good amount banter all morning.  The Dollz

Oddfellows Chester, Wedding Photography – Em & Dom

I’m just going to come right out and say it. I’m a little bit in love with this wedding. Everything about it; the people, the atmosphere, the venue, the style, the food, the music – everything was awesome. I met Em & Dom last summer and knew straight away that their wedding was going to be a good one. We instantly hit it off and their plans sounded really cool. They weren’t afraid to do something a little different, and clearly these guys have great taste… I mean, Em looked like a frickin’ movie star (thanks to good genetics and a little help from Jemma

Maenan Abbey Pretend Wedding Rehearsal – Car SOS

March 24, 2017 Morse Off Duty

Last night was an exciting night for TV in our house. But it wasn’t the usual affair of Homeland or This Is Us… It was Car SOS. A show that until a few months ago I didn’t even know existed. I’ll start at the beginning… October last year, I’d just dropped “The Monster” off at nursery and had a missed call and voicemail from an 020 number. Obviously it was going to be a recorded message about PPI. It wasn’t, it was a message from a TV Production Company asking if I was available for a few hours work next week. Although I fully expected it to be