Tag Archives: East Sussex wedding photographer

a sunny spring wedding at Pangdean

All week I watched the weather forecasts to see how the atrocious weather we were having in the South East would pan outView full post »

jenny and andy’s wedding at pangdean old barn

I photographed two weddings at Pangdean Old Barn in East Sussex this weekend, the second of which was Jenny and Andy&#View full post »

St Helens Church Hangleton Wedding

weddings at st helens church hangleton

St Helens Church in Hangleton, East Sussex is a beautiful and quaint church perched high up on a hill, complemented byView full post »

wedding photography at sussex county cricket club

My first wedding reception at the Sussex County Cricket Club in Hove was a complete success and very enjoyable. GreatView full post »

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weddings at Newick Park

I’ve shot a couple of weddings at Newick Park and here’s my last Newick Park wedding, which began in HoveView full post »

Pangdean Old Barn wedding image book

Here’s one of my Pangdean Old Barn and St Andrew’s Church weddings.View full post »

summer wedding at Buxted Park

I love shooting weddings at Buxted Park in East Sussex and have been recommended as a photographer there on manyView full post »

a lovely Brighton and Hove wedding

At the end of last summer I shot Victoria and Roberts’s lovely East Sussex wedding at St Andrews Old Church, HoveView full post »

beautiful wedding moments

Here’s a selection of my favourite wedding and engagement images. Choosing the right sussex wedding photographerView full post »

wedded bliss at Brighton registry office

Recently I had the pleasure of photographing Engin and Steve’s wedding in Brighton registry office at BrightonView full post »

brighton college wedding image book

Here’s a wedding image book from David and Becky’s 2009 wedding at Brighton College.  View full post »

Brighton wedding photographer

Shooting weddings and civil partnerships in Brighton is so much fun, with so many wonderful backdrops to choose from. IView full post »