This photo was taken during a lovely English summer sunset earlier this year. Layla and Ben Whisker were an absolute delight to photograph and their wedding was super fun! I really enjoy the editing process that goes into shoots like these. Transforming a simple photograph into a piece of art is so satisfying!
The bride is a professional modern dancer in New York.
She began training as a girl in Fort Wayne, Indiana along side the women holding her train.
I wanted to incorporate their special three decade connection into our iconic New York rooftop kiss.
It didn’t take much. When the groom dipped the bride,
the ladies improvised into perfect supporting choreography!
Every wedding couple has a unique story, and I try to capture it with fun, elegant images.
What can I say about this photo? We only had a few minutes to do the bride and groom photos so I came across this boardwalk and just had Chris and Patrina go for a short walk to enjoy the view. I kept a really good distance so that they both could have a moment for themselves as husband and wife.... then this photo came to life!
I got to go up to shoot this awesome elopement wedding in the middle of the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania. Unfortunately, as the ceremony ended it started to rain so we didn't have much time to do a couple shoot before everything was ruined. I managed to get the bride and groom and all the maasai askaris (security) ,who were there to watch for wild animals, to get up on the hill before they were completely drenched. A really quick shot, but lots of fun!
I was lucky to get this shot at a wedding in Zanzibar after having very little light left at the end of the ceremony. The couple didn't want any shots on the beach which meant having to be a bit more creative, but also made things easier as we focussed the couple shoot around the jetty where the ceremony had been while all the guests were having cocktails. I got the couple to lie down the jetty while I quickly got my drone in the air and tried to hover above them in the wind!