Finding your photographer is NOT your number one priority. Yes, really!
Sarah and David’s relationship was clearly meant to be. Neither of them are big fans of nightclubs, but one New Year’s Eve they were both reluctantly dragged along to a club by friends to see in the New Year. That night marked not only the start of a new year, but the start of their relationship, followed 5 years later by a proposal on Christmas Day.
I first met Ash at a wedding fair in February & was surprised to learn that he was still looking for a photographer for his wedding to Samara which was only a few weeks away. I knew this would be a fabulous occasion so was delighted to receive an e-mail that night asking me to be their wedding photographer.
Mike and Rachel are now back from their American honeymoon & sent me the following lovely e-mail:
“Sorry for the late response, we only got home on Saturday and have been fighting a losing battle with jetlag/post holiday blues since! We did look at the photos while we were away though, and we love them! Thank you so much!!
It’s not often that a bride gets to wear her wedding dress more than once, and I can’t say I have ever been asked to take someone’s wedding photos who got married 3 months earlier. It is also unusual for me to be taking someone’s wedding photos whom I’ve never met, but who I instantly recognise because I’ve already seen all of their wedding photos!