Hold the press - Harriet & Andrew's fantastic wedding at the beautiful Aynhoe Park is up on my blog. Follow the link below and enjoy!
Featuring Stones Events, Joanna Carter Wedding Flowers, Dando London Bridals, Thom Sweeney, Tangled Hair Oxfordshire, Cake by Rachel, The Wild Oven, Bubblegum Balloons, EAR CANDY, The Confetti Cone Company, Eric Ross Jewellers
A happy Christmas and seasons greetings to all the couples, families and clients that placed their faith in me to photograph their most important moments of 2018.
Thanks to my second photographers and assistants for their hard work, skill, dedication and sense of humour, to the venues, caterers and other suppliers who make this industry the awesome workplace it is, to my fellow photographers, and of course to my wonderful wife Nikki and twins Sam & Zac for their unwavering support and love.
Thank you thank you thank you.
Whatever happened in 2018, I hope 2019 brings you plenty of peace, love and happiness.
I love you all xxx
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