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A busy year for awards so far - 2022 in review!

It's been a crazy 2022 so far with over 60 weddings shot to date (about 25% of these were couples who had had their previous date affected by the pandemic).

However, as we head into October, just six remain with a long list of weddings to finish editing which will keep me extremely busy in the lead up to Christmas.

So far, there has barely been a moment to look back on the past 12-months, despite the excitement of so many shoots, the great friendships that I've made with colleagues in the wedding industry and of course making time to look back through our own wedding memories from earlier this year.

However as a gallery is currently processing (...there's not much that I can do for the next hour!), I'm quickly looking back at the Wedisson awards that I've been so humbled to win this year - awards that like many of my associates, we take great pride in entering as the competition from fellow wedding photographers around the globe is fierce.

Usually, each month Wedisson ask for three submissions and usually they choose around 150 or so from the thousands that enter - so winning one of these awards is pretty special.

Below, I've added my award winning images to date - all of which are from some of the fantastic weddings or styled shoots that I've been fortunate to be part of this last 12-months!

Thanks as ever to all of you for your support. I'm thrilled to say that 2023 is now closed off for further bookings (capping it at 40 next year!) and the diary for 2024 is quickly filling up. In 2024, I'll be shooting just 35 UK weddings with a further space for two destination weddings in Europe.

Amazingly, 2025 has some bookings already too - thankyou Scott & Emma and also Lauren & Paul!

For bookings & enquiries - follow this link to my enquiries page.

In addition to the Wedisson awards, I've also joined up to Flashmasters - a brilliant community of global wedding photographers.

Founded by UK wedding photographers (and my friends!) Neil Redfern and Helen Williams; the concept, created over a bottle of wine in a Dublin bar has grown from an idea and blossomed into a superb creative community. Flashmasters offers a welcoming and inclusive space for creative photographers to share their work; become inspired and learn how to take their flash images to the next level.

Check out their page by clicking here or on the logo below.


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