If anyone is in Bury St Edmunds this Sunday, come along to the Farmers Club in Northgate Street – between 11am and 4pm.
They are holding their first Wedding Fair, at which I will be displaying a portfolio of work and launching a range of wedding ‘packages’ to choose from, which will hopefully suit most needs and budgets.
Looking forward to meeting some Bride & Groom’s to be!
I’ve loved the idea of having a video created from stills and now have just that, created for me by Iidoo.co.uk
After selecting a few images from various wedding shoots and run them in sequence, they tell the story of your big day and portray a little anticipation, happiness and love from the photographs, trimmed with a few words and music.
Hopefully it’s long enough, without being tedious and just enough images to make people want to see more about my work as a Suffolk Wedding photographer. More portfolio images can be viewed here – Wedding Portfolio.
At the beginning of this year, after a short presentation I had given at a business lunch in Bury St Edmunds, Victoria introduced herself and asked if I could help on a special photo shoot. She and her fiancé Rob were getting married in March this year in Scotland. However, it wasn’t to photograph their wedding day, as they had decided not to hire the services of a photographer for the event. Instead, a fortnight later, they were having a party close to their new home in Suffolk, to celebrate their marriage with family and friends. Many had been unable to travel to the highlands for the big day. Planning to once again dress in their wedding finery, she asked if I could help. After a short discussion, we agreed I would go over just before midday and spend an hour photographing the couple at their house.
It couldn’t have worked out better, having allowed enough time, so they could relax and enjoy some special time together. Their home and garden is where they are very happy and provided some good areas for photographs. Surrounded by everything familiar and not torn between, spending time with their guests and a photographer wanting to drag them away at every moment. I recall hearing a neighbour’s music playing that helped the fun we had in that hour. ‘Olivia’ the cat afforded us a little of her time also…
Victoria and Rob’s happiness together is very clear to see and the photographs from that shoot are as special as the day they got hitched.