I am very happy to announce that one of my weddings has just been featured on “Before the big day” wedding blog.
From “Before the big day“:
“There’s nothing I like more than a bride who knows exactly what she wants for her wedding day, and when she can’t find it, makes it herself! Lovely Sally handmade all her wedding stationery – including her invitations and table plan, and her pretty seed wedding favours. Then, when she couldn’t find bridesmaids dresses in her chosen shade of green, she called on her mum to sew them out of fabric originally designed for suit linings. The end result is a gorgeous, relaxed big day with tonnes of truly personalised wedding details. I love how groom Michael reflected his Irish heritage with his fabulous traditional kilt, and the sunny pop of the gerbera buttonholes. Sally bought her wedding dress from BHS online, and isn’t it stunning! Just goes to show you don’t have to have a designer gown to look gorgeous on your big day. Another stealworthy idea is Michael and Sally’s choice of a fabulous Indian buffet for their wedding reception. If your favourite food is Asian or Mexican, why not choose it for your wedding menu? Huge thanks to Corrado Chiozzi for his fantastic wedding pictures, more of his work coming soon on Before the Big Day!”
Click here the the full wedding on my blog.
Feature on Before the big day | Wedding photographer London
Olivia and Nigel’s wedding in Balcombe, England. It is a beautiful place in a countryside of England, a really nice place, check here the pre wedding shoot. We have been lucky because the weather, amazing during the morning, but rainy in the afternoon (oh, quite normal to have a wedding photography in the rain, we are in England after all). But the bride, she was simply outstanding, perfect, for a classic whimsical wedding.
Countryside wedding photography in Balcombe | wedding photographer london
On november 2013 I visited Fuerteventura where I had a chance to take some family portraits of my friend Andrea and his gorgeous daughter Kaya. They driven me in a really isolated ranch in the countryside, with a couple of horses and some other animals, and was perfect for some genuine portraits (I don’t like the typical posing family portrais), and after we moved to the amazing beach of El Cotillo on the north side of the island, a very windy beach perfect for surfing.
We were travelling by car, carrying a couple of cameras and a lot of fun, and even the little kaya tried to take some photos, and she was quite good, actually.
But my portraits in Fuerteventure didn’t finish, because We also visited a beach close Corralejo, where there was a kites exhibition and the day was sunny and windy, perfect for kites but also for others family portraits. There are also a couple of portraits of my girlfriend, during our trip throughout the island of Fuerteventura.
About our little trip in Fuerteventura there are also some photos about the life in Corralejo and throughout the island: you can see these photos here.
Portraits in Fuerteventura
A preview of the Omarose‘ gig at The workshop, Hoxton, London, on 14th November 2013.
Omarose. Neo soul music | Concert photography London
Central London (Hills Pl) | Street photography London
Cigarette | street photography london
Bus parked in a desert area in Fuerteventura. November 2013
Fuerteventura | street photography