Belinda & Martin, the most beautiful, oh-so-in-love couple, opted for a Vintage Chic wedding with a dash of rustic charm. Situated in the heart of the English countryside this Cheltenham based romantic wedding was a day of celebration as Belinda walked down the aisle in a stunning lace detailed dress & empire veil at the St Michael’s Church, Bishops Cleeves (sentimentally it was the same church as her best friend & maid of honor Jo was married a few years previous). Following the service and a few family photos, the celebrations continuing at the newly converted Stone Barn in Aldsworth and despite the rain no ones spirits could be dampened. Belinda simply swopped her shoes for a pair of Hunter’s and away we went for some stunning photo’s.
Night followed day with ease as the party danced away enjoying up-beat band & succulent hog roast washed down with many a drink. Simply a perfect wedding & with Gary behind the lens he of course added his own personal style to the images of the day.
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Above is what is thought to be Banksy’s latest work which appeared in the early morning on the streets of London. With Banksy’s work usually having a political agenda it is more than likely raising issues of child labour on the back of the Diamond Jubilee. The mystique surrounding Banksy’s identity was supposedly exposed by the Daily Mail last year. The thought that Banksy was from an under privileged background who grew up on a council estate was crushed, revealing his background was in fact public school, middle class and married to parliamentary lobbyist.
Whilst Banksy’s work always raises interest, there is a stir happening around the streets of Chester. An unknown artist’s work is appearing on the streets of Chester, after much investigation we are still unable to reveal who it is. The work you can see below however does reveal that there is no political agenda, but his/her agenda seems to be what really makes the world a better place to live and that is LOVE. If anyone has any idea who the artist is could you please contact email@example.com
It was a cold but dry day for Kate & Tim’s wedding photography at Delbury Hall in Shropshire, as much as you could hope for in January. The weather may have been cold, but without sounding to cheesy, there was a warm & loving atmosphere through out the day and plenty of emotion. I was a bit disappointed in Tim (the Groom) chasing birds on his wedding day, it was a first for me to see and I managed to capture it on film (sensor) for all to see and below is the evidence. Seriously though we had lots of fun with Kate & Tim, they make a great couple and we wish them all the best for the future.
Zoe & Matthew had 5 minutes to spare before the first dance, the moon was out, I had a wireless trigger for off camera flash, an umberella and a fantastic assistant. Add to this imagination and vision and this is what we come up with. Stunning if I may say so myself.
Below is a photograph from Zoe and Matthew’s wedding at Inglewood Manor on the Wirral. I think they thought I was a little mad when I took them into a run down, out building by the tennis courts at Inglewood Manor, especially since Inglewood Manor has so many fantastic spots for photography. I think this shot is going to be one of my favorites for while.
There is now doubt the Queen Hotel Chester is a fantastic location for a wedding. As a photographer it has other benefits as well as the stunning interiors, it is a stones throw away from Chester Railway Station and 5 minutes from Chester Park. The railway station is a great location for some quirky wedding shots and I know just the tree in Chester Park for some breath taking images , I have even used it to shoot an album cover there. The shot below and many more took less than 45 minutes, you don’t have to give a lot of precious time on your wedding day to get stunning photographs, just take a look.