Arthur – Buxton Newborn Photography
Only 9 days old and born just before Christmas, Arthur was such a pleasure to photograph. Dad Ben is a dairy farmer so Mum Dawn and I couldn’t resist getting a cow and a Christmas pudding involved in the photos…as you will see!
Jude and Neil – Derbyshire Wedding Photographer
I loved this wedding, the people, the shoes, the flowers, the camper van and the random dog!! Jude and Neil had a wonderful day, they were married at New Mills Registry Office.
Rebecca and Martin – Pavilion Gardens Wedding Photography
Rebecca and Martin’s fun and colourful wedding took place at the gorgeous Pavilion Gardens in Buxton. They had a small intimate ceremony in the conservatory followed by the wedding breakfast in the main Pavilion Garden’s Cafe. I loved the bridesmaid’s homemade bouquets, made by the extremely talented Bride!
Sara and Slinger – Congleton Town Hall Wedding Photography
This lovely pair are good friends of mine, they got married in Antigua, oh how I wish I could of made it for the Caribbean sunshine and see this gorgeous couple get hitched but it was during peak wedding season. However, I did go along and photograph the after in the UK at Congleton Town Hall with all their friends and family.
Shottle Hall Wedding Photography
Shottle Hall is a beautiful country house located in the heart of the peak district and it was the location Joanna and Alan chose for their wedding day. Shottle Hall wedding photography is ace in so many ways, as a photographer I never worry about bad weather when I am here as the inside is stunning, well maintained and the staff are all helpful and friendly.
Katie and Dominic – Tissington Hall Wedding Photography
I just can’t get enough of Tissington Hall this summer. It is a stunning location and the gardens just gets prettier every time I visit. Katie and Dominic were married in the picturesque little village of Longnor, the church is wonderful and it looked extra pretty with all the flowers for the wedding.
Tissington Hall Wedding Photography
Tissington Hall is fabulous, I love it! I would quite happily work here every weekend come rain or shine. Tissington Hall was built in 1609, it is one of only 300 homes in the country that can boast the fact that the descendants of the original builder still live there, 400 years later!