In April this year, I was lucky enough to embark upon an adventure around Iceland, driving the entire lap of the island in a week. An incredible island which is virtually deserted apart from a few towns along the way, where N1 garages became an unmissable pitstop, and where I enjoyed the best meal of my life, twice, at the start and end of the trip in a little cafe called Fish. Driving 2,498km we encountered snow, wind, hale, snowstorms, a near death encounter with a glacier, avalanches, lava fields, hot pools and horses, lots of horses.
All shot on Fuji 400H 120 film with my very cold Contax 645, brrrrrrr, with processing by my lovely Los Angeles lab, Richard Photo Lab
I’m delighted to see Clem and Douglas’ beautiful wedding published in the current September / October 2014 issue of Brides Magazine!
It was an honour to be interviewed by the lovely team over at Junebug Weddings earlier this year! We chatted about all things wedding photography, my background and my advice for photographers starting out. Here is a small excerpt from the interview, with lots more available to view over at Junebug! xo
Christine and Marc held a beautiful, intimate outdoor destination wedding in the gardens of Barnsley House in the heart of the Cotswolds. Christine, Marc and their immediate family all flew from the U.S. to celebrate the coming together of these two gorgeous high school sweethearts. In memory of Christine’s mum, a flower candle was lit to watch over them on their wedding day, and her dress will forever be supported by a lovely pink woven hanger which belonged to Christine’s mum.
I loved being a part of your beautiful day, and I wish you every happiness for what is sure to be an amazing future together x
Venue: Barnsley House
Celebrant: Diana Saxby
Dress Designer: Rivini
Shoes: Christian Louboutin
Groom’s Attire: Beckett & Robb
Florist: Oops a Daisy
All shot on film on a mixture of Fuji 400H and Portra 800, using Canon 1V and Contax 645 cameras. Processed and scanned by Richard Photo Lab in Hollywood, California.