Amy and Russell were married on New Year’s Eve at the magnificent setting of Hengrave Hall. After a civil ceremony in the glorious Tudor mansion, Amy & Russell had a traditional marriage ceremony in the idyllic chapel within the grounds of Hengrave Hall. Photography was expertly executed by the smartest dressed photographer within the field, David of David Michael Photography
Annie & Steven’s wedding reception took place during a snow swept January Winter’s day at Audleys Wood Hotel. Set in seven acres of private grounds and surrounded by woodlands, Audleys Wood Hotel looked enchanting amongst the snow. With photography expertly executed by Dave of Burlison Photography, the couple and all the guests braved the elements for a short while and truly made the most of the Winter Wonderland setting.
Sammie and Duncan were married in the beautiful countryside location that is Crockwell Farm. After an emotional Civil Ceremony, Sammie and Duncan had their wedding photographs captured by Adam Drake amongst the stunning countryside setting of the farm. After a very relaxed day, Sammie and her father turned the energy up with their surpise dance routine that took all the guests by surprise…even Duncan had no idea what was about to hit them!
Rowton Castle is a perfect setting for a wedding. Set amongst the stunning scenery of the Shropshire countryside it offers the perfect backdrop to that ‘fairytale’ wedding.
Holly and Tom had exclusive use of the venue and their Civil Ceremony took place in the glorious Cardeston Suite of Rowton Castle. The photographer for the day was Gary Williams of Gary Williams Photography. It’s always a pleasure working with Gary as his unique reportage style assists me in capturing all festivities as naturally as they unfold, allowing me to give a true representation of the wedding day.
Tracey & Greg were married earlier this year in the spectacular setting that is Highclere Castle, the film location for the Golden Globe winning drama, Downton Abbey. Highclere Castle offers sumptuous locations both interior and exterior. The wedding was going to be a feast to the eyes and an excellent setting for my new equipment. Having purchased the latest state of the art cinematography cameras that Sony has to offer, allowed me to film and do justice to what was on offer. Being able to film upto 960 frames per second is great for capturing super slow-motion shots of those confetti moments!
Rachel & Ryan were married on a festive winter’s day during a civil ceremony at the stunning Georgian manor house that is Gosfield Hall. Gosfield Hall was the perfect setting for the wedding with the couple having exclusive use of the house and grounds. Several years ago Zeus Films filmed Ryan’s sister’s wedding and Ryan’s best mans wedding, so it was great seeing so many familiar faces in attendance at Gosfield Hall. The photographer on the day was Ben of Lavenham Photographic.
Joanne & Ian were married in October of last year in the spectacular setting of Brocket Hall. The venue offers couples exclusive use of the house and grounds which combined with an unobtrusive and impeccable service from the staff, the bride and groom truly are Lord and Lady of the Manor! A Brocket Hall wedding is always an impressive occasion.
A break from the wedding with a walk along Knightsbridge
Selina, half English half Argentinian & Talal, half Lebanese half Finish, said their vows at Chelsea Old Town Hall. The evening reception was held at The Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park London. It was a truly international wedding with guests flying in from all over the world. The couple even flew the DJ over from Switzerland!
Keith Appleby was the photographer for the day. I had the pleasure of working with Keith 3 years ago when we were commissioned to cover Selina’s brother’s wedding, Alexander. It was an honour to be called back several years later to meet up yet again.