The best thing about winter for me is the chance to blog a few weddings that got missed from last Summer. I am not a gifted writer and having dyslexia makes it doubly hard as I agonise over what to write and how to express it. I wanted to blog Chrissy and Lou’s same sex wedding because it was one that has stuck in my memory for its beauty.
The passion I feel about my profession is generated by the opportunity I have to capture the love between two people, be it two men, two women or a man and a woman, it is all about love for me. That sentence might be a little cringeworthy but it is genuinely how I feel about my wedding work. I love people and I love people who are in love! Simple. Being lucky to photograph so many elopement weddings at Millbrook Estate I increasingly get to work with same sex couples and really hope that this will be an area of my wedding work that will keep on growing. You can see from the photographs I have chosen for this blog post just how much tenderness flowed on Chrissy and Lou’s wedding day. I had such a lovely time with them both and not forgetting the millbrook chickens, who always turn up en masse just as the ceremony is about to start.