In July this year I had the absolute honour to photograph this stunning wedding at St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle.
Such an amazing, wonderful and rare opportunity that I will cherish for ever.
I am so happy to have permission to share some of the images from this once in a lifetime wedding
At this point as much as I would love to be able to, I am unable to share the images inside the chapel during the ceremony, due to the Chapel being owned by the Crown.
With cameras in hand and soaking wet (it literally rained all day), I have a moment etched in my heart of walking back through the nave with ‘Jerusalem’ resounding from the organ above, a moment I won’t forget !
So I quickly headed outside ahead of the couple and those moments as we were greeted with blustery winds and driving rain on the iconic steps, somewhat added to the occasions dramatic backdrop, just stunning !
On to Bagshot Park, Surrey for the most epic reception setting.
As the rain continued the special moments just kept coming as we grabbed Windsor brollies and headed out to the stunning gardens.
Anna taking off her shoes to run in the wet grass was such a beautiful photo opportunity
“I’m not quite sure where to start other than to say you are amazing! We cannot put into words how wonderful it has been to have you there with us this weekend. That moment in the garden was one of my favourite memories from the weekend. You are wonderful and we’ve enjoyed the whole process from booking to the actual day. Your passion for what you do is so impressive!
As I said, I’m struggling to find the right words to tell you how much we enjoyed it all but wanted to send you a quick note just to say thank you.”
Adam & Adam
Late in the evening and yes still raining I just adore this shot of Anna, glass in hand running ahead of Adam across the lawn back and forth through the sparkler guest aisle, absolutely beautiful !
I am often asked if I cry at weddings and of course with the emotions sometimes you can’t help but shed a little tear as you immerse yourself into the stories that unfold in front of your lens.
After leaving Bagshot late at night and driving back to East Sussex I was weirdly so super emotional but also had a warm happy feeling, very grateful to have had such an awesome weekend doing what I love.
I woke up next morning and yes I cried ! Emotional happy tears.
(In my defence everyone was crying at this wedding)