Home photo session with the gorgeous new arrival, Dougie, at just ten days old he was well aware of the camera and gave us lots of lovely little poses!
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2016 was a wonderful year, I photographed my first ever wedding for one of my oldest, dearest friend's, Mia Louise Meek, which led to photographing more wonderful weddings and meeting some incredible brides and grooms. I thank you all for giving me the opportunity to capture the most special day of your lives. Here is a compilation to remind us of all the great memories we shared!
Last weekend I had the pleasure of meeting this beautiful little man, at only 2 days old I can safely say he is the youngest little person I have ever photographed!
Spent a lovely afternoon at Winterbourne House & Gardens with this lovely couple who have booked me as their wedding photographer for August 2017. As part of their pre wedding consultation I took some gorgeous shots of them in the Autumn landscape of Winterbourne's Victorian gardens. It was great to get to know them both and help them to feel more comfortable in front of the camera ahead of their big day!
B&W Film taken with Minolta X300 developed in the dark room.
To finish off my very busy summer this year I spent the week in the Scottish Highlands, a gloriously picturesque part of the planet.
Took a few shots for my old pal, Shay Scott who has started a new business venture called The Groomsday Barbershop which involves the men getting a bit of pampering on the morning of their big day! Such a great idea!
I developed a roll of film from my 35mm camera that I took with me to Cornwall in the summer. On our travels we stopped off at Tintagel Castle, Eden Project, The Lost Gardens of Heligan, The Lizard Peninsular where we stayed with Joe's uncle and aunt and we also had the pleasure of meeting an amazing artist in a rustic local pub. His name was Barry Cook who just so happens to be a Birmingham boy and a renown artist in the 80's and 90's.