The Wonderful Wedding of Mr & Mrs Banner

I feel like it was just the other day that Leah, Jordan and myself were traipsing through a farmers field, laden with picnic baskets and camera equipment for their engagement shoot (A Summertime Engagement Shoot).

I was initially recommended to Leah and Jordan by a mutual acquaintance , who’s cousins wedding I photographed last year. Unfortunately they had found themselves in a bit of a pickle, after the photographer they originally hired (and paid a deposit to) vanished into thin air.

They have just celebrated their first months wedding anniversary and sent me such a beautiful bunch of flowers and a lovely note to say thank you for helping to capture their special day.


Now that the honeymoon is over and I’ve settled back in at work, I wanted to take a moment to say thank you!
After what happened with our first photographer, I really did not think we had a chance of having someone to capture our special day until Jodie gave me your number – you were like our fairy god mother and saved our day!

 You are such a kind, lovely, slightly bonkers lady who brought a lot of laughter and happiness to our day and also managed to capture it at the same time and for that, my husband (eek) and I are truly grateful!

 All of our guests commented on how amazing you were throughout the day and I have no doubt that when we see the photos, you will have captured all of the special moments that we didn’t see and if the engagement pics are anything to go by, they will be beautiful!

 I will 100% recommend your services to anyone in need of a photographer who puts you at ease, is so inspired and captures all of the little moments of your day.


 Thank you again Steph.

Mrs and Mrs Banner,  have since received their photographs and are over the moon with them.

Here are a selection of images from their day:
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A Country Wedding

I had the pleasure of taking Laura and Andrew’s wedding photographs a few weeks ago.

I was recommended to them by Laura’s sister; who’s wedding I will also be capturing in a few short weeks time (just call me the family photographer).

Laura and Andrew did not want a full days photography and instead asked me to capture and take as many photographs as I could in 2 hours.  This included the arrivals at the church, the ceremony and a mixture of posed and informal shots of themselves and wedding guests after the ceremony.



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Tanworth-in-Arden Engagement Shoot

I was having a pretty darn good day, and did not think that it could possibly get any better until I received an email from a couple that I shot engagement photos for a few weeks ago.

Maybe I am watching far too much American TV or I am becoming over exuberant in my old age but I found myself doing a very un-English fist pump and exclaiming a rather loud “YES” when I read what they had to say.

We just wanted to say how delighted we are with the engagement shoot pictures, thank you so much. Everyone has said how natural they are and how the pictures really pick out us as a couple.  Gives us a good guide too as to what poses we like/dont like for our wedding

I really cant wait to shoot Kevin and Charlottes’ wedding in October. We now know what poses work from both an aesthetics point of view and a personal one. They feel comfortable with me as their photographer and know that at the end of their wedding day they can look forward to photographs that will have captured their special day and their essence as a young newly married couple in love.

Here are a few of their engagement shots.




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A Summertime Engagement Shoot..

Leah and Jordan asked me to take their wedding photographs a few months ago. When I first met them, they were both concerned about being nervous and awkward in front of the camera on their big day. So, to remedy this and get them to feel at ease and comfortable with me as their photographer, I suggested we do an engagement shoot.

Engagement shoots are a brilliant and informal way of getting a feel for being the focus and centre of attention. They also allow you to get to know your photographer and talk through certain poses and shots that you would like taken on your big day.

A gorgeous, sunny afternoon found us walking across a field, laden with picnic baskets, blankets and of course my all important camera equipment and props. We had arranged the use of some private land, away from curious eyes which helped Leah and Jordan totally relax.





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A July Wedding


It has been a month since I had the pleasure of shooting the wedding of the lovely Adam and Jennifer.

It was such a fantastic day. The sun came out (even though the forecast had been dodgy and we were planning for the worst), the bride and groom both looked gorgeous, and I am sure everyone went home with aching cheek muscles from smiling and laughing so much.

The love and joy was palpable and my job was to capture it in photographs.




















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