December 2013 update: I'm no longer working as a photographer

In 2009, I launched a company that makes business software for photographers, and now that company is so successful that I've regretfully had to put my photography business on hold indefinitely. You can find out more about this change on my blog.

If you're looking for a photographer, I'm still in touch with many amazing photographers and would be delighted to recommend them to you if you contact me.

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May 2009 Archive

Jemma & Dan's engagement portraits in Cambridge

Posted in Portrait Photography at 18:48 on 28/05/2009

Jemma & Dan live near Cambridge, which was lucky given the weather when their engagement portrait session was scheduled - torrential rain! The sun broke through by the afternoon so we were able to make the most of the lush greenery of Spring as we walked through Cambridge.

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Updated sample weddings

Posted in Wedding Photography at 10:01 on 27/05/2009

I've just updated the Sample Weddings section of my site to show off some of the wedding photographs I've taken during the last year. In the updated selection of wedding photos, we have:

Gemma & Alex's wedding at Longstowe Hall in Cambridgeshire

Lizzie & Mihir's Indian wedding in Cambridge & Essex

Yelena & Luke's wedding at The Landmark Hotel in London

Sarah & Adam's wedding at Downing College and Gonville & Caius College, Cambridge

Bernadette & Ken's wedding at Queens' College Cambridge and Newmarket Races

Posted in Wedding Photography at 18:46 on 20/05/2009

I've photographed a few two-day weddings over the years, but Bernadette & Ken's gave me a chance to work in two venues that I haven't photographed before.

Their wedding celebrations started in the Old Senior Combination Room at Queens' College in Cambridge. Queens' is a lovely college with an amazing variety of architecture and the Old SCR is in one of the older parts of the college.

The day after, the wedding celebrations continued with a larger event in Newmarket at the Rowley Mile race course. I used to work with equine vets in Newmarket in my previous career, so it was great to be invited back to Newmarket to photograph a wedding at one of the most famous race courses in the world.

Here's a selection of my favourite wedding photographs from the weekend.

My coverage started with dinner at Queens' College, part of the University of Cambridge:

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Day two, moving onto the Rowley Mile race course in Newmarket:

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Claire & Neil's wedding in Essex and Cambridge

Posted in Wedding Photography at 15:00 on 15/05/2009

I know Claire all the way back from when I was four and my family moved to a small village in Essex called Helions Bumpstead, so it was lovely to be invited back there to photograph her marriage to Neil. Lots of familiar faces from the village turned out to wish the couple well before sending them off to their wedding reception at The Double Tree Hilton hotel in Cambridge.

Claire & Neil arrived at the hotel in true Cambridge style, on a punt in glorious spring weather.

Neil arrives at the church in Helions Bumpstead in Essex:

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Organist Sam Hayes is the Director of Music at Great St Mary's, the University of Cambridge church:

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Claire arrives at the church:

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Half the population of Helions Bumpstead were waiting outside:

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Claire & Neil arrive at the Double Tree Hilton in Cambridge in a punt:

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Photographing the Institute of Manufacturing in Cambridge

Posted in Commercial and PR at 14:43 on 15/05/2009

Engineers Eurban have been involved in the new Institute of Manufacturing building that has just been completed on the West Cambridge site. They commissioned me to photograph the exterior woodwork of the building, which has been painted with a traditional Swedish formula that creates particularly long-lasting exterior woodwork. It's been a while since I've done any commercial photography that doesn't involve people, so it was fun to brush off my architectural photography skills!

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