BEST WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY 2019
It’s tough to recall all of the events that took place in 2019. It’s been a really busy year!
Also, it’s the end of a decade… and it marks my 10 years as a full time wedding photographer which is a lot to think about.
2019 has been filled with plenty of banging weddings. Loads of amazing celebrations in the south west, London, Surrey, Mallorca, Iceland, Italy and France. Again – I’m not quite sure how. But I’ve been really fortunate to capture so many amazing moments. Weddings where it was too hot to move from the shade and weddings where it rained almost all day. I took photos on top of and underneath a glacier. I even had two weddings in the city of Bristol this year, under 15 minutes travel from my house!
I’ve definitely grateful for all of these experiences.
Each year reinforces to me that it’s who you are with, not where you are. Weddings are all about the people. It feels a cliche to say that each year, but it’s so true. The photos I take are valued because of the people who are in them and are really precious memories. Whilst I find my work a lot of fun it’s sobering to think about how meaningful these photos are.
Now I’ve had the unenviable task of collating a ‘best of 2019’ blog post. Whilst I still have a few more weddings before the end of the year, I’ve sorted through roughly 40,000 delivered photos. These are the final 180 (sorry!)
A massive thank you to all of the amazing couples who had me at their wedding in 2019. As always, it’s been my privilege to capture these memories for you. It’s a real honour and I love giving your weddings 100% to make the best images I can. I don’t let rain, wind, snow or sun get in the way of this. I wish you the happiest 2020 and beyond!
For 2020 I’ve put together new packaging for prints. I’ve found new (cheaper) wedding albums which will be available in addition to Fine Art Albums.
Photography is one of those things that is tough to master. So, I’m looking forward to resting a little over the winter but I’m looking to up my game even further in 2020. Until then – enjoy my ‘best of 2019.’