As a Creative London Wedding Photographer 2014 was one of my favourite years to date. Not just because I was pleased with how my work is progressing. But because through my photography I have made so many new friends. Not just other photographers. The couples I’ve worked with have been awesome and it’s them I have to thank for making the year so special. They inspire me to push myself harder and produce images that I’m proud of. Better still it moves them emotionally and there’s not many jobs that can reward you like that.
As a Creative London Wedding Photographer here’s a small selection of some of my favourite moments from the last year. Deciding which ones to leave out was just an impossible task.
As a Creative London Wedding Photographer most of my weddings have been in and around London. These include The Goring Hotel, The Mandarin Oriental Hotel, The Zetter Hotel, St Johns Museum, The Horniman Conservatory, The Lido Cafe, Brixton Register Office, Southwark Register Office, The Boisdale Canary Wharf, The Queens House Greenwich, Christ’s Chapel Dulwich, Dulwich Picture Gallery, The Ivy Dining Room, Sunbeam Studios, Dulwich College and Wandsworth Register Office. Some rather special places to celebrate two people joining together for life. I’m privileged to be a part of that.
I always try my best to be a Creative London Wedding Photographer. As a result I’m proud to be a part of the 20Collective this year. A group of incredibly talented and individual photographers from all over the UK. Check them out 🙂
Despite loving what I do being a professional photographer isn’t easy. With busy weekends it can be difficult for my family and friends. It’s a juggling act to maintain a balance in my personal life be a great father to our boys and a supportive husband. I’ve put endless energy and time in to trying to be the best Creative London Wedding Photographer I can be. I hope I can be an even more Creative London Wedding Photographer in 2015 and beyond.