Paul and Richard found me on Google when searching for ‘gay friendly wedding photographer in London’. Their engagement shoot was in the Southbank along the river Thames on a remarkable day. It was the Festival of Love, an event where all couples, gay, straight, young and old could get married on the stage of the iconic Royal Festival Hall in London.Read More
I was trying to think of a different adjective for kitsch and looking on the thesaurus, I came across these, camp, artificial, tacky, ostentatious, and corny. Are any of these describing the overall mood of our very unusual bridal shoot? Perhaps!But when Lau from frenchmadeand Myriam from La dame au beret and I, sat down to brainstorm a new story, this is exactly what we wanted to achieve. Something unique and very alternative.Read More
Why I like being an alternative and same-sex wedding photographer.
I will never forget that Friday, in March 2009.
I knew it was happening but I never suspected it was going to be me. We were friends or so I thought, but her look was firm, distant and she worked in HR so I suspected it was not going to end well.
I always loved unusual, alternative people, my best friend at uni was gay and he was so much fun.
His creativity was exceptional, he was my best friend, my brother, and I cried so many tears on his shoulder. He was there for me in my darkest time ever in London, a city full of possibilities and so lethal if you are broken and lonely.Read More
It's 9pm and I'm on the train going back home after a meeting with Alex and Audrey in the South Bank. They found me through google, searching for "same sex wedding photographer in London". They are such a lovely couple that time past by very quickly and without noticing two hours went by. They had just returned from a holiday in Italy so we had much to talk about. Their excitement for food and people that they'd met was still very tangible.Read More