Posts tagged Lesbian Wedding
Alex & Audrey, Same-sex wedding, London

Alex and Audrey were married in London. Everything in this wedding was so special, comfortable, relaxed and enjoyable. London with its diversity brings new opportunity every day, and I was so lucky to meet this wonderful couple. I miss them terribly but I am so happy because sometimes we still see each other for dinner.

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Karen & Sara's same sex wedding in Italy

Before starting this blog I would like to apologise for describing it as a Lesbian Wedding in Italy or Same Sex destination wedding. Gay, straight, black, white, old or young, it doesn’t really make any difference to me, except of course for SEO purposes. I needed to be very specific, as I would LOVE to do more weddings like this one. There's no doubt about it, this was one of the most extraordinary weddings that I have ever photographed!

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Sara & Karen samesex engagement shoot in London

The first time I met Sara and Karen was on Sunday 27 October 2013 the day of a severe storm in UK. I was in Brighton for the Gay Wedding Show, exhibiting at the Grand hotel overlooking the sea. The view from my stand was surreal, because of the extreme weather. It was empowering to watch how nature has its way.

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Ale & Eva same-sex wedding at the Bingham in Richmond

Ale & Eva, a beautiful same-sex wedding at the Bingham in Richmond. Voices in the background, bright sunny day and a big, actually two big smiles coming towards me, this is when I first met Ale and Eva at Brides the Show in Islington 2015 where I was exhibiting.

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Why I like being an alternative and same-sex wedding photographer

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.

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