Although I am based in London and work across the UK I also travel around the world to photograph destination weddings. I’ve been lucky enough to shoot in Italy, France, Germany and the USA. Last year I travelled to Iceland to photograph Alexis and Mila’s wedding.
The Black Church is situated on a lava field on the westernmost tip of the Snaefellsnes peninsula of Western Iceland. It’s an unusual location for a wedding and, in the summer, benefits from 23 hours of continuous daylight. The only guests were Mila’s parents, who went back to the hotel after the ceremony. Small weddings can be quite a challenge but my final edit contained about 550 images – possibly something to do with the incredible light, location and clients.
I've been so busy this year that I haven't updated my blog since January - not sure where the time went!. If you are looking for the gallery from a 2014 wedding then please visit my client galleries page for 2014 weddings. Please contact the bride and groom for their password.
I met Gunnar and Juliet last year when I was photographing a wedding in Iceland and discovered they lived a few streets away from me in East Dulwich, one of those strange coincidences that happen from time to time. We had a good laugh about it - miles from anywhere and you meet someone from round the corner. The next morning they told me they had got just got engaged that night and a few months later they booked me to photograph their wedding at the Great Street Barn in Surrey.
A huge thank you for these – they’re absolutely brilliant! It’s like re-living the whole day which is exactly what we wanted. You’ve captured the joyful spirit of the day perfectly and some really beautiful shots. Can’t thank you enough & it was lovely having you there to share the day. Thanks again for staying so late and getting some dancing pics too – really appreciated.
Here's a few of the highlights from the day. If you are looking for a wedding photographer to photograph your wedding at Gate Street Barn in Surrey then please get in touch.