It’s a wonderful life

December 24, 2013

So, I may have forgotten to write a post yesterday. And I may have forgotten to remember to write one today. I am sure this will have caused much wailing and gnashing of teeth around the intertubes. I finished my last task before Christmas earlier today, hand delivering a photobook and disc of images. It’s […]

This is what I’ve already done

December 9, 2013

This weekend was a double bill of lasts – I photographed my last wedding of the year on Saturday, a fun and intimate day at Hill Place in Swanmore. Then on Sunday I went to the last of the BFI’s 50th anniversary Doctor Who screenings. It was the turn of Matt Smith, his era represented […]

What makes a wedding more awesome? A raffle.

December 2, 2013

I’ve just published my write-up of Elly and Rob’s 1940s village fete themed wedding in Winchester over on my wedding website. It was great fun, with a fantastic performance from The Three Belles¬†and a raffle. As anyone who has been to OggCamp will know, I love a raffle. In fact, some of the prizes in […]

A photograph is a portrait painted by the sun

November 11, 2013

Photographs used to be either portraits (taller than wider) or landscapes (wider than taller). Because paintings used to be portraits and landscapes. But at some point, portraits and landscapes stopped being called portraits and landscapes. Instead they became “verticals” and “horizontals”. Certainly less poetic, less wistful than the older nomenclature, the change represented a shift […]

Lini and Huw

September 2, 2013

I just published my write-up of Lini and Huw’s wedding on my website. The wedding was a fusion of East and West, with Indian, Chinese and British influences.¬†Some photos from their ceremony are below, but if you’d like to read more about the Chinese meal reception and trip to the boating lake, head over to […]