• From the minute I met Fran & Sam, I knew this was a Wedding not to be missed! When we met at Hillbark Hotel for an engagement shoot, both Fran and Sam’s Mothers were also there as they had been for a tasting to choose what they would like on the Wedding day. The pressure was really on now as […]

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  • As manager of a local bakery, one of Matt’s jobs was depositing the shop takings into a bank where Alex worked. After a few weeks of flirting on works time, Matt plucked up the courage to ask Alex out on a date. One thing to note about Matt is he has fronted rock bands over the years and has no […]

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  • When Fran met Sam… Having studied in each of their respective fields of engineering, fate led this couple to a nuclear power plant where they were to meet. Fran & Sam certainly know what they want and are very focused, needless to say this shows in the Wedding plans. This is one Wedding I really am super excited about! We […]

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  • OK so, I really, really like being the photographer at a Hillbark Hotel Wedding. Having been built-in 1891 the owner decided to move house in 1929. However, when they moved house, they actually ‘moved’ the entire building. It was painstakingly taken down brick by brick and every part hand written on the back where it belonged. The entire building was […]

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  • Adam & Kelda’s Wedding Day. You would be hard pushed to find a more fun loving and friendly couple than these pair. The saying goes ‘A picture paints a thousand words’ and I believe you really do get an insight into the wonderful world of Adam & Kelda! Nine years ago, Adam was spending his usual Saturday eve in Sheffields […]

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  • As you may, or may not know, I photograph Weddings for one reason alone- I LOVE THEM!!! It is one of the happiest days in a couples life and I get to be a pretty big part in it. It is my job to capture the events as they unfold, not miss any of those special moments and finally present […]

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