AN ENGLISH wedding at the Il Borro estate IN TUSCANY

A wedding I have been meaning to blog for a very long time and which is still by far one of my favourite weddings I got to photograph in my carreer, was that of Katie and Gary, a lovely couple from London.

Not only did the wedding take place at the unbelievable estate of Ill Borro, which is situated on a 700ha estate in Tuscany countryside among vineyards, olive groves and cypress trees, but it lasted for three days. 

Being a destination photographer can be an absolute dream of a job getting to work at the most incredible locations like this. If you on top of that have the nicest couple to work with as well as a lovely set of friends and family present at the wedding, it doesn't get much better.

Here are a few images of the main wedding day to give you a feel of what an unbelievable place Il Borro is and what a special wedding this was. Everything was organised by the bride herself including the morning yoga workout in fancy dress for the ladies as well as the strong man competition for the men.

Thanks a million for having me in Italy to shoot this amazing destination wedding Katie and Gary, it was great! :)

 

An English Barn Wedding in Buckinghamshire

For some reason I absolutely love shooting weddings in the UK more than anywhere else. Is it the attention for detail, is it the beautiful countryside or is it the fact people are so incredibly grateful when receiving their images, I don't know.

Having gone out to Buckinghamshire to shoot Becky and David's wedding was another one of those days when I love my job. Lovely couple, lovely family and a stunning church and wedding venue. The decoration of Notley Tythe Barn was incredible as a backdrop for a wedding but to be able to take Becky and David out for a shoot in the fields nearby during sunset..Well, you can't really ask for much more as a wedding photographer :)

Thanks again for having me Becky and David! 



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Huwelijk in Limburg

Not all weddings have to be in the UK or somewhere far away abroad to be stunning. On the other side of Belgium where I was born, I was asked to shoot this wedding in Lummen, Limburg.
Apart from being the most chilled out couple, we had a gorgeous day and after the civil ceremony there was a more personal ceremony in the Kruidentuin in Herkenrode which basically is a beautiful green location housing hundreds of plants and herbs.

After the garden ceremony where more than just a few tears flowed, we proceeded to the most lovely venue for the wedding breakfast and party. Thank you for having me as your wedding photographer you two! :)

Niet alle huwelijken hoeven in Engeland te zijn of ver weg in het buitenland om prachtig te zijn. Aan de andere kant van het land, in Lummen, Limburg werd ik gevraagd om huwelijksfotograaf te zijn voor Isa en Steven. Los van het feit dat deze twee het chillste koppel ooit waren, was het ook een prachtige dag voor een huwelijk. Na het burgerlijk huwelijk vond er een meer persoonlijk ceremonie plaats in de Kruidentuin van Herkenrode die in principe een prachtige groene locatie is temidden van honderden planten en kruiden.

Na de huwelijksceremonie waar meer dan slechts enkele traantjes vloeiden, gingen we allen binnen in de prachtige zaal waar het diner plaatsvond zowel als een super dansfeest. Bedankt om me erbij te hebben Isa en Steven! :)





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Enya & Yannick's Provence wedding

Being asked to shoot a destination wedding in the Provence in France was definitely high up on my list and this year I got to do it.
Going over to the beautiful region of the Provence in France where I had never been before myself to shoot a wedding was just amazing.
I arrived the evening before to get to know the couple and their close friends a bit better and they just were the nicest people. The same evening I went for a run around the villa where the wedding was held to scout for a few spots to do a shoot with the couple. I knocked on some doors and managed to get in to some lavender fields nearby for the shoot of the married couple. And as you can see, it was absolutely worth it.
So if any couple would ever have a bit of a doubt to get married abroad, for example in the Provence, take a good destination wedding photographer along and you will have the images of a lifetime in such a beautiful place.

Thanks again you two for taking me as your wedding photographer, it was simple amazing!

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Sophie and Sam's epic wedding

When I met Sophie for the first time it really clicked and I knew it would be a great wedding.

Given the opportunity to be a wedding photographer in Canterbury, more precisely in the amazing venue Knowlton Court, was just great. Knowlton Court is the most stunning countryside wedding venue and I was so happy to be here as wedding photographer for Sophie and Sam.

The entire was beautiful as well as the people, the setup of the wedding, the food and the party.





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