Wyresdale Park is absolutely stunning and so different to any other wedding venue I’ve photographed before in Lancashire. It’s basically like a tiny village – it has it’s own cobbled streets, a cafe, a lake, a cottage, a manor house, beautiful grounds and even a kitchen garden.
An amazing tithe barn wedding overlooking the beautiful Bolton Abbey. One of my favourite venues to shoot in Yorkshire!
Split across two days, Amy & Michael had their ceremony on the Friday at Leeds Civic Hall and then celebrated with everyone the next day at The Tetley in Leeds.
Jeanette and Gary’s wedding took place in the Banquet Hall at Leeds Civic Hall. I love the Civic Hall because there is so much space as well as lots of gorgeous details within the architecture. With Millennium Square being just outside, it makes for some great images for your couple photos and family portrait shots. […]
Mariann & Jake had a wonderful intimate ceremony at Barnsley Town Hall. They had only 4 guests which meant they could concentrate on getting married and having a wonderful day. You can tell by the looks on their faces that they had been waiting so long for the moment to finally happen, and I did […]
Holly and Iain’s wedding was so special to me – not only because not only because they get married at The Hovels (which is a stones throw away from Harewood House), but because they are also two of my closest friends.
Bryn & Anna had the most lovely wedding at Otley Chevin Country Park. The surroundings were to die for too as we were surrounded by nature.
Maddi & Steve booked me for their gorgeous wedding at Bilton House Registry Office in Harrogate at the start of June.
This engagement shoot was full of gorgeous golden hour light and even more beautiful views of Yorkshire.
Micro weddings haven’t only become popular due to COVID19. Having a smaller affair can actually have many benefits on your special day. I’m here to reassure you that small doesn’t mean less. 1. Takes less time to plan Since you have less guests to think about, you can plan your wedding in a much smaller […]
You know you’ve found the one when you’ve got practically the same name – that’s definitely the case with Jordan and Jordanne. We had a lovely time walking up near Greystone Rock on Harewood Estate and getting some gorgeous shots with Harewood House in the background.
Hannah + Joe’s wedding is a lovely example of how a small, post-covid wedding can still be a lovely day full of friends, family…and pints. The new law of 15 guests per wedding came into effect the day of their wedding, meaning it had to be an even smaller wedding than the previous 30 – but this didn’t stop them having the best day.
On Saturday I had the absolute pleasure of photographing Victoria and Paul’s intimate Leeds Town Hall Wedding. Victoria and her bridal party got ready at the gorgeous Quebec Luxury Apartments, and the ceremony took place in the breathtaking Victoria Hall.
This wonderful styled shoot was something I have had in my mind ever since work started on refurbishing The Hovels on Harewood Estate. A venue is a place close to my heart – not only do I live on the estate myself, but I’ve also worked at Harewood for around two years now.
Today I’m sharing with you a lovely engagement session I had on Saturday evening with Paul and Terri on the beautiful estate of Harewood. We started off at the Seven Eggs – an old folly in the middle of the forest. It actually used to be a favourite spot of Princess Mary when she lived […]
I absolutely loved the matching tattoos that both Erynn and Jim had – absolute couple goals! Erynn’s dress was gorgeous too with a full skirt and really delicate lace detail. She also did all her own makeup which we can all agree was on point – (that dark lip though!).
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The venue they chose for their beautiful, laid back ceremony was the one and only Northern Monk Refectory in Leeds. Just on the outskirts of the city centre, it has a brewery on the first floor, a bar/canteen on the second, and event space on the third.