The origin of St Mary’s go back to the days of the Knight’s Templar when five acres of land in the downland village of Bramber were given to them by the widow of Philip de Braose, following his death in 1125. St Mary’s is a real gem of a venue and one which I have only had the privilege of photographing once before today.
The temperature soared to 27 degrees today but we were lucky enough to have a little respite from the intense heat, courtesy of the large trees that surround St Mary’s. This meant that whilst there are large areas of shade, there are also pockets of full sun which lend themselves perfectly to creating beautiful vibrant wedding photographs. Take a look for yourself and feel free to visit the main wedding gallery where you can view a more extensive collection of images and purchase them too. I’m especially pleased with these wedding images, not just because Nicky and Roy look so fantastic and happy, but because I managed to keep my cool when my trousers split right down the seam whilst crouching down for my first run of bride and groom shots. Luckily my Shoot Sac (camera bag!) protected my modesty along will lots of safety pins. All in a days work!