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London Engagement | Emily & Andy

Richmond Park Wedding Photographer

Emily & Andy

Another engagement session from me! If your every wondering is a engagement shoot worth it? Well it's a big ole yes from me. It's a chance for my couples to get used to the camera and kinda like a mini pre run of their big day so it is always worth doing. Also I haven't been on a engagement shoot yet where I haven't had a good laugh with my couple. Anyway this isn't a sales pitch so please see below a few of my favourite frames from Emily and Andy's engagement session in Richmond park. These guys were so much fun and truly in love as Andy gave up the chance to watch his beloved Chelsea play live in the cup final, Andy your putting us all too shame! You may notice my photos start to be a bit more vibrant as I've decided to add more punchy colours to my edits and might of started a little bit of an obsession with black and white frames too. Anyway enough of me going please see below. Richmond Park Wedding Photographer


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Hertfordshire Engagement | Claudia & Terry

Spring engagement shoot

Claudia and Terry's Hertfordshire engagement shoot was a spring dream come true. Who would of guessed that this gem of a location existed in the heart of Hertfordshire? Dockley woods is one of the most popular places to see such a dense oray of bluebells in the country, these woods really are a gift of colour, woodland and peacefulness. This is a small selection of photographs, but ones I really love. Seeing such amazing colours always reminds me of these bluebells and I am yet to see a better spot for such beauty for a Hertfordshire engagement shoot.

Hertfordshire engagement photos

It was a gorgeous hot sunny spring Sunday afternoon with the sunshine beating through the forest canopy. The park was closing but we managed to talk the national trust steward to lets us in for some photos as long as we where quick. So with time against us we quickly did a big loop around this beautiful setting, with the colours from the bluebells popping around every corner. I get a lot of my couples ask " is a engagement shoot really necessary" to which I reply of course!

This is a chance for just the three of us to go for a walk in a location of your choice and allow you both to get comfortable around me and the scary camera. Everyone who I have photographed have always complimented me on the time we have together which I hold close to my heart as for me it's all about connections and a couple in love is the biggest connection you will find and this is a pleasure to capture.My shoots have no limits to how many photos I take, there simply a chance to get some great photographs with whoever you want, wherever you want. I often tell my couple to think of a photo of what they would like to be framed on the wall and we can go create that photo.

Dockley Woods National Trust

These shoots can be arranged separate to your wedding day or if you just wanted some photos of your partner and your not engaged. They are a wonderful opportunity to have some fun and get some stunning photographs in a relaxed comfortable environment. So if you are interested in a similar shoot, get in touch! Bring the kids, the grandparents or the dogs?! I have availability over the next couple of months as we head towards the wedding season. Memories like these also make great presents for friends and family, why not treat a loved one or surpise the other half. Here's a link to another spring engagement shoot I captured near the coast of Eastbourne, a similar gorgeous sunny day.

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Guildford Engagement | Annie & Tim

Guildford Engagement Photography

Last weekend I had the pleasure of meeting up with Annie & Tim for their pre wedding engagement shoot. A lot of photographers like to dictate where they take there couples, I however don't like to do this. I want my couples to be in a familiar comfortable environment, as I feel when my couples are relaxed I can truly get some great shots. From a photographer's point of view I also feel that by doing this, it pushes my creativeness as I have never been to the location before so it's all very new. On this engagement shoot Annie & Tim took me too their favourite running spot within Hatchlands park, and what a great park and a first for me to do some guildford engagement photography. These two are such a lovely couple and we had a blast taking photos and telling jokes along the way. We even risked it all and jumped into a field with bulls running around to get some fun photos, don't worry the bulls didn't mind us and we were all prepared to run for the hills! I cannot wait to photograph their wedding later in the year. Anyway here are a few of my favourite photos from our time together. Guildford Wedding Photographer. Can't wait to see Annie & Tim's stunning wedding? Don't worry I've got you just click here!