Lynn and Bastian reached out to me all the way from Berlin! They already knew that they wanted a documentary style photography approach at their wedding, and when they found out that I was from Manchester (where Lynn had spent time studying), it seemed like it was fate!
Today I’m sharing with you one of my favourite weddings from last year… Caroline and Josh flew all the way over from San Francisco to Switzerland to secretly elope in the Swiss Alps. They love hiking and loved the idea of just the two of them exchanging their vows on top of a mountain in a very special place. I have to say that I completely agree!
Colourful, passionate, emotional, warm-hearted, fun, flamboyant, charming... and very Spanish! These are the first things that spring to mind when I think back to Irene and Xavier's delightful wedding in a traditonal little village called Portillo, in rural Toledo about 2 hours north of Madrid.
Anna, Andi and their megahärzig (that's 'very cute' in Swiss German!) little girl Lina are a lovely family that I had the pleasure of photographing on their wonderful wedding day in Zurich, Switzerland.
I was so pleased to find out I was going to photograph a wedding in Ticino; in a country spoilt for natural beauty, Switzerland’s southernmost canton is my favourite region – a fantastic choice of wedding location!
For those of you that are unfamiliar with The Forgotten World Highway; it’s a long, winding and spectacularly beautiful road that takes you from the West Coast of New Zealand’s North Island right into NZ’s heartland which is referred to as the ‘King Country’.
When I was asked to photograph Tabea and Christians lakeside wedding in Zurich, Switzerland I couldn't wait to hear what they had planned for their big day and when they told me there was going to be a ship involved, I knew I was in for a treat!
Before travelling to New Zealand I had heard so many stories of this country’s natural beauty. I imagined soft rolling hills, rural farmlands, emerald green oceans and mesmerisingly peaceful sunsets – welcome to Mahia
Melbourne has a great energy – strangely enough it kind of reminds me of my home city of Manchester (with less rain of course!). Good music, friendly people, busy gritty streets and the colour of graffiti throughout