At the end of August we spent a week traveling around South West France and managed to shoot 3 wonderful weddings along the way. The first was in the Languedoc region not far from Carcasonne and the other two, at the equally stunning Château Lacoste & Château de Cazenac deep in Dordogne. Enjoy!
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Last year we traveled to Italy for the first time to shoot Gemma & Mark’s beautiful wedding in Tuscany. This year we are lucky enough to be returning four more times for weddings all over the country. Below are some photos from our last two visits. First up, was the incredibly chic occasion that was Olga &… Read more »
This weekend we flew to Provence for a few nights to photograph a stunning wedding at the incredibly beautiful, La Tour Vaucros just outside Sorgues. Morgane made a great decision in booking the nearby maison d’hôtes, Le Mas des Arômes, a really peaceful, typically Provençal farmhouse where we were served breakfast each morning in the open… Read more »
A few weeks back, Morgane and I photographed Anna & Dan’s bright and sunny, yellow themed wedding at Braxted Park in Whitam, Essex. Here’s a taster of how the day panned out.
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Last weekend we were guests at our friends’ wedding in Biarritz and couldn’t resist taking a few photos. With Raquel being from Hawaii, this was just the ‘avant-goût’ of the celebration they will have on Oahu next year! Reception Venue: Chez Modjo. Gâteau & Cup Cakes: Milwaukee Cafe.
Last week, we had the pleasure of doing a pre-wedding shoot for Hélène & Michel whose big day we will photograph near Bordeaux in June. Hélène works as a product designer so has been hard at work designing and making lots of her own pretty little details for her own wedding. We thought the invitations were particularly… Read more »