I’ve been a full time wedding photographer in North East England for over four years, and I have lived here all my life. I’ve drawn on all of that experience to ensure that you find this blog as helpful as possible if you’re considering getting married in North East England.Read More
Situated on the border between the Borough of Stockton upon Tees and North Yorkshire, Judges Country House Hotel was built in 1881 as a family residence for the Richardsons of Hartlepool. It is now a 4 star hotel and wedding venue.Read More
I had never heard of The Parlour at Blagdon until earlier this summer. Three months later and I have three weddings booked there. There is a real buzz about this unique, boutique, shabby-chic wedding venue which is based in Northumberland, just 10 minutes north of Newcastle.Read More
Angela & Andy’s Edinburgh elopement, and this photo of them on the Royal Mile in particular, is a perfect way to talk about street photography at weddings.
What is street photography anyway?Read More
Choosing your wedding venue is traditionally the first thing on your to do list for organising your wedding. It’s probably the most important choice you will make because it informs everything else. It sets the vibe of the day, and therefore how your wedding photographs look, and impacts every other decision you make down the line.Read More
As You Like It is one of the coolest and quirkiest alternative wedding venues in Newcastle. I was working as a Registrar in Newcastle when it opened and it blew the whole wedding scene open in the city.Read More
It’s been a long, learning journey becoming a wedding photographer. I’ve been full time for four years now, photographing weddings in Newcastle, Durham and Northumberland. As I’ve become more established and my reputation has grown I’ve photographed weddings in Yorkshire, the Lake District, Edinburgh and beyond.Read More
I love getting on the dance floor at the end of the wedding day as everyone celebrates and it’s a great opportunity to get some unposed, fun photos.
Over the years I’ve developed a specific technique to get the feeling of the nighttime shenanigans across in the photographs.Read More