Lesley and Tim had their country wedding at Hempstead house on the outskirts of Sittingbourne, Kent. Due to Covid restrictions Tim and Lesley were restricted to 15 guests, which meant no group shots (more images of Lesley and Tim)!
Hempstead house a country style hotel based on the outskirts of Sittingbourne sat in the middle of lovely grounds and surrounded by orchards. The hotel itself had a warm welcoming feel and was styled in a country manor way.
Wedding dress www.fairygothmother.co.uk
Well back to the weddings (about time), I've come out of hibernation and dusted off the cameras for Hannah and Samuel's wedding at Godmersham church, which was then followed by afternoon tea at Eastwell Manor. This wedding had every season of weather going but Hannah had Samuel kept smiling through it.
Here's five from their day. Full blog to follow soon.
So, usually this time of year a photographer showcases their highlights from the previous year. As we all know this horrible pandemic has limited the amount of gatherings so no weddings for the best part of 2020. So I have instead put together some of my favourite weddings from previous years.
So 2020 has been rubbish for so many reasons, this is the time to re-invent or freshen up your business. Whether its updating your website or creating new content for your business social media channels. Selling your business online has never been important especially as we now head into another lockdown.
This is where I can help you with creating visually enhanced images to make you and your business stand out.
Previous clients include Shepherd Neame, Pharon Insurance and Complement Coaching.
During this current pandemic we have all been experiencing, I embarked on a five week project capturing people in lockdown, whether they are live alone, couples or families, raising money for a regional NHS charity which supplies PPE for frontline workers.
The outcome? I captured images that people will hopefully treasure in years to come which we can all look back on and hopefully have made us all more aware and cherish what we have.