Monthly Archives: January 2012
Anita and Ant asked me to be their Lympne Caste wedding photographer only a few months ago and it was date free in my diary… New Years Eve. The medieval Lympne Castle in Kent really is a fantastic venue to get married with so many photo opportunities, even on cold dark winter nights. Anita and Ant wanted a mixture of documentary images and a posed contemporary style, which is exactly how I approach a wedding day. I try to be as unobtrusive as possible during the documentary phase and the contemporary posed images are done quickly and efficiently, allowing my couples to get back to their guests as soon as possible.
London Civil Partnership Photographer: On the 29th December I was in Hastings to photograph the civil partnership of Hayley and Liz at the Old Rectory. I first met the couple back in the Summer at their home in East London to discuss their photography requirements. They wanted a mix of reportage, natural images and some posed images which is exactly my style. I knew straight away that this was going to be one fun day and was delighted when they commissioned me to photograph their civil partnership.
The Old Rectory in Hastings – Wedding Venue: The Old Rectory in Hastings East Sussex is a fabulous boutique wedding venue, perfect for weddings or civil partnerships catering up to 80 guests. The Old Rectory is perfect for wedding photography with its elegant lounge or, weather permitting outside in the wonderful garden, under the gazebo.
The Old Rectory is just a short walk from the shops and bars in Hastings Old Town, the beach and the fishing harbour.
I had the privilege of photographing a civil partnership at the Old Rectory and from a wedding photographers point of view it’s wonderful.. The boutique décor and the staff make it a perfect choice for a summer or winter wedding or civil partnership.