It’s time to review the past year and take a look at my best wedding photographs of 2017. Global politics may have been pretty shit, but for many awesome people, 2017 was an incredible year. I had the great pleasure of coming along for the ride on some truly momentous wedding days. From Liz & Peter’s beautiful, relaxed wedding at The Bluebell, Dockenfield, through to the glam of Penny & James’ sumptuous day at Hampton Court House just a few months back, the view from behind the camera has remained permanently varied and engaging! To all my couples, congratulations and thanks again for making 2017 an absolute blast, your unfailing warmth and friendliness adds to what is already a deeply fulfilling job. I hope you’ve had a lovely relaxing Christmas and that you have a fantastic New Year’s Eve in a few days and that 2018 brings you everything you could wish for.
To my clients getting married next year, OH MY LORDY; it’s going to be freaking spectacular. I am hugely looking forward to documenting your day. If you’re getting married in 2018, or beyond, please don’t hesitate to get in touch. I’d love to hear from you. My exceptionally fresh, brand new 2018 Portfolio is now live, so if you’re on the search for a documentary wedding photographer in Hampshire, Surrey or further afield, come back then and check it out. I still have some 2018 availability but it tends to disappear quite quickly once January gets underway – if you’re keen, drop me a line or give me a ring. If you like my work and want to stay in touch, do give me a follow over on Instagram.
Right. Enough waffle from me, without further ado I’d love to share with you my best wedding photographs of 2017. These are my certified faves from the year that was. I hope you enjoy viewing them as much as I enjoyed making them. Thanks for everything 2017, here’s to 2018. Over and out.