It was a real privilege to film Sophie & David's wedding in early March. l had an initial wedding meeting with Sophie and David a month or so before their special day. I love meeting couples before the day. Meeting Sophie, David and their lovely children was great. It really helps couples feel more comfortable on the day. I hope it helped you all feel more comfortable.
I had actually met Sophie and David at a previous wedding, where I had filmed David's best man's wedding.
Having filmed many weddings at Notley Tythe Barn, it was great to be back there, working alongside a top wedding photographer and friend, Marcus Charter, of Marcus Charter Photography.
David and his Best Man arrived in a Mustang, that he had for the week. David, freshly groomed, greeted guests & made them all welcome.
The ceremony was definitely the highlight for me. A beautiful ceremony, full of emotion, tears of joy and smiles. I absolutely love it when couples write their own heartfelt vows, promises to each other. There wasn't a dry eye in the barn.
Congratulations to you both, I hope you enjoy watching your films.
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I had a lovely day filming a wedding at Notley Tythe Barn on Saturday 2nd February 2019. The snow was still on the ground and we had the best weather, not a cloud in the sky.
The ceremony was at St Laurence's Church, Warborough. I arrived in good time to film guests arriving and shots of the church in the snow. The lighting was perfect for a February day. As usual, I shot on 2 cameras during the ceremony. It was a lovely ceremony, with special moments, where both mums did readings.
After the ceremony there was time for some couples shots and the confetti shot. This is always a great time to shoot in Slow Motion on my GH4 to capture every smile and moment.
The wedding reception was at Notley Tythe Barn. One of my favourite venues in Oxfordshire. There was a lovely surprise for the guests, the opportunity to do some 'black powder shooting' with some serious guns.
Check out the best man shooting an 'old school' Blunderbuss.
With temperatures below freezing, the couple had their groom shots in front of Notley Tythe Barn, and took time to go with myself and their photoprapher, Marcus Charter to have some amazing couple shots taken. This is always my favourite part of the wedding.
It was a pleasure to work with my good friend, Marcus Charter, of
Marcus Charter Photography again.
If you are looking for an amazing wedding photographer, look no further, Marcus is your man. He is a pleasure to work with and has a super eye for the perfect shot.