It was so hard to choose my favourite moments for my 2016 wedding highlights post. This time I found it equally tough. I have chosen 100 of my favourite images of the year from 13,156 images. Trust me that was no easy job. Every photograph I take means something to someone. I feel the photos I have chosen portray the raw emotion of the weddings I have shot. Images with soul, personality and a little bit of creative flair.
2017 was a year where I got to shoot at new venues, made new amazing friends, worked with some incredible photographers and of course photographed awesome couples. I would like to thank my family and friends for all they support they have given me over the years. The biggest thanks goes out to my beautiful wife Ellen whom without her keeping the house in order and walking the dogs whilst I am out partying (I mean working :-)), I wouldn’t be able to do what I love. 2018 is here and I can’t wait as I get to photograph at some amazing new wedding locations and take pictures of lots of happy, in love people. Bring it on!
I would like to give a big shout out to all the couples who have put their trust in me to capture one of the most important days of their lives. Also to the venues and wedding vendors, as these weddings couldn’t have taken place without them.
Couples: Karen & Mark, Dan & Elise, Sophie & Bryan, Abi & Chris, Sophie & Jonny, Chloe & Chris, Rebecca & Ben, Georgina & Owain, Amy & Phil, Tara & Neil, Francesca & Liam, Sophie & Sam, Gary & Bekky and Jess & Stephen.
Venues: Manorbier Castle, Castle Coch, Court Colman Manor, Tretower Court & Castle, Old Post House, St Mary’s Hotel, Glendorgal Hotel, Rosedew Farm, Peterstone Court and Cardiff Castle. Plus all the DIY wedding venues.
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