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Jodie & Toby might just be the luckiest couple, with the weather clearing after all the storms and a little oasis of a day arrived, bright and crisp for their wedding at Cooling Castle Barn. Jodie got ready at her Mum’s with amazing team Vicki Lord Bridal Hair and Wedding Makeup by Nicola – Professional Makeup Artist pampering her and the girls. It was lovely to work with John Oakley, Theresa and the team at Cooling Castle and the reception room florals by Floral Explosionlooked stunning! We were treated to the most amazing sunset and a lovely gentle mist hung in the air for the last shot of the night!

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  • November 24, 2015 - 6:30 am

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I love photography. Literally, it is this burning passion and I feel so blessed to be able to do something I am head over heals in love with for my job. I am so happy when people ask me questions about photography as it is a chance to share that passion and spark that fire in others too. One question I get asked a lot goes along the lines of ‘I’m thinking of getting into photography a bit more and want to get a digital SLR, which one do you think is best Canon or Nikon?’ and this is quickly followed by ‘and which camera is the best one for me to get.’ This is a question that tends to pop up a little more at this time of year when lucky folk will have santa’s sack bestowed upon them full of dSLR goodness! In all honesty, this question tends to make me want to find a floor length curtain and hide behind it. Not because I can’t answer it, it is just that technology evolves in the amateur camera market and I don’t really keep up with it as it is a little bit of a different ball game with the cameras I use. The other thing is, it depends greatly on your budget and how the camera is going to be used, so it isn’t a simple one size fits all kind of answer. But in a bid to help folk as the Black Friday, Cyber Monday and general Christmas shopping is almost upon us, I will break down my thought on the question…..hold tight… we gooooooooo…….

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Lindsay and Jonathan had a wonderful wedding weekend at Ridge Farm Studios in Rusper in Surrey. Ridge Farm is a fabulous old farm house with a difference as tucked away down this Sussex country lane is a recording studio that saw the likes of Queen, Pearl Jam and Roxy Music to name a few, lay down tunes here in surroundings complete with pool, fit for any rock star! It is also somewhere I hold dear as I have stayed here for a couple of fab residential photography courses with Photography Farm, so arriving for their day felt like a home-coming. Ginny, Lindsay’s sister, met me in the car park with a big hug. She’s a photographer too, but she was videoing the day for them and so it was great to walk in to the kitchen where everyone was getting ready together. It was lovely to pop over to the Pool House and meet Bex of Blush Floral Design who was installing the most amazing florals and seeing Lindsay’s reaction to her bouquet was a treat! An epic 1967 Mustang arrived to take Lindsay to church and deliver her back with Jonathan after their ceremony! The reception was so relaxed, with rolling countryside all around and the warmth of the sun making it just fabulous. Their reception was served in the pool house, with great speeches and Lindsay’s Mum composed and performed a song for them which was a total tear jerker! After the meal, muchos antics ensued outside in the paddock with a horse box photo booth, pizza oven and serious competitions of human pyramids before everyone hit the dance floor. I totally adored capturing their day, so clearly made for each other and a beautiful relaxed celebration to kick off the start of married life together. This is a favourite – the blankets the lay on were crafted by Lindsay’s Gran – how wonderful!

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  • November 20, 2015 - 1:39 pm

    Bex Morgan - Loved this wedding so much!! Kim did catch the bouquet and now him and Jenny are getting married!!! 😀 Thank you for the feature lovely lady! Hopefully get to work with each other again soon xxx Bex at Blush xxReplyCancel

On one unseasonable summers eve in August, I met up with wonderful Joanne and Steve for their pre-wedding shoot at Greenwich Park. The park is a favourite place for them, with lots of their ‘RnR’ time spent there and Jo loves the views across to the city in the distance. It was such a treat to take this time out with them to catch up about how their wedding plans are coming together and how excited they are getting about their big day next year. For me, it is such an honour to be capturing their wedding as Jo is the way too talented floral wizard behind Joanne Truby Floral Design. I feel so honoured to call her one of my friends and we have been partners in crime on so many projects and wedding together. There has been The Deco Disco, Paddy & Vic’s Wedding, Golden Glory,  a fab fifty shoot and this year Gabriella & Iain’s boho wedding and of course Joanne’s portraits and product shots for her website. In that time, there has been so many cups of tea, chats on the phone and general full on belly laughing giggles each time we’ve got to hang out. So, it was magical to really spend some time with Steve and get to see how wonderfully the fit together and see one of my lovely friends so happy with super Steve by her side. I love your laughter guys!

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After spending a day in the office and becoming more aware of the wind whistling around the house, I grabbed my camera and went for a brisk walk along the clifftops watching the ominous clouds of ‘Storm Barney’ roll in from the west and the waves starting to whip up into a frenzie along the shore……its going to be a rough one tonight, baton down the hatches!

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