The second award I was thrilled to recently win was Classical Photographer of the Year at the Master Photographers Association East Midlands awards. I blend classical wedding photography with both contemporary and reportage styles of wedding photography to give you stunning coverage of your special day. It is a really timeless intimate image from the first dance that captured the judge's eyes. The standard of entries in the competition this year were higher than ever. I was so ecstatic to walk away with the wedding awards. See all the awards I have attained on my awards page and check out more winning images on my facebook page.
19 September 2011
I'm over joyed to have retained my Complete Wedding Photographer of the Year award in the East Midlands Master Photographers Association competition. It is the hardest of the wedding categories. The judge scrutinises 10 images taken at one wedding looking for consistent excellence in standard and style from across the whole wedding day. this really means so much to be to take home the trophy yet again for such a prestigious title and reinforce I am creating great photographs for my bride and grooms. The Master Photographers Association is the UK's only trade body exclusively for full-time professional photographers. I also won other awards so watch this space!
15 September 2011
Claire and Paul chose the very elegant setting of Alrewas Hayes near Burton upton Trent, Derbyhsire for their special day. The wedding carried through the theme of elegance and no detail had been left to chance by the happy couple. The rain clouds just stayed away just long enough for the beautiful surroundings to be enjoyed by all. To see more of my wedding portfolio click here.
4 September 2011
Seb and Alexis chose the stunning Prestwold Hall, near Loughborough Leicestershire to host both their civil wedding service and reception. They even kept it in the family by having Seb's Aunt as the guest registrar for their service. The bride and groom had beaming smiles all day long!