Even though my work is highly customisable, however most of my clients’ weddings follow a certain pattern.
The butterflies in the stomach
My day starts mid-morning, around the time when make up and hair is almost done. I start by capturing the moments before the ceremony takes place, whilst the couple and their wedding party are getting ready.
The "I Do!"
During the ceremony, I'll try to be as anonymous and as invisible as I can be to not disturb the beautiful moment that you've been looking forward to for so long.
The emotional dinner.
I normally attend the dinner with other guests, socialising and integrating with the wedding party so that we are sure to capture the really genuine and unexpected moments.
This is one of the most special moments - when the groom is waiting to see the beautiful bride-to-be in her dress for the first time.
We take these moments to capture photos of the couple, the bridesmaids and the groomsmen too.
Champagne and canapés.
You can’t be everywhere on the day, so that’s what I am there for.
I capture genuine candid moments within the wedding party so that you can look back and treasure them forever.
I'll borrow the couple for a short time so that I can capture them in all of their beauty at Golden Hour.
When the sun has set, they can enjoy the rest of the night with their closest family and friends, as man and wife.