When Rachel first got in touch, they were in a hectic period of moving house, so she booked me after looking at my online portfolio and a quick chat over the phone. So meeting up for a pre-wedding shoot was the first time we’d met and the first time I’d spoken to Steven. Having chatted to Rachel on the phone, I knew there were going to be a nice relaxed couple to work with.

We met at the pub in Castle Rising, a beautiful part of Norfolk, and the pub is right next to the church that they’ll be getting married in, so it was perfect. They showed me around the village and we talked over the plans for the wedding day, and they indulged me while I mucked about with a piece of copper pipe, amazing how you can use some simple things to give some amazing effects in your photography.

And one of the reasons I love Norfolk, the light here is amazing in the evenings, just as the sun goes down. With no clouds in the sky golden hour really was golden.

I love engagement and pre-wedding sessions, it’s a great chance to get to know the couple better and for them to see how you work as a photographer.¬†Which is why I’m offering free pre-wedding shoots to my clients at the moment.

Looking forward to the wedding in August ūüôā

If you’re looking for a Norwich Wedding Photographer or Norfolk Wedding Photographer then you may be in the right place. Please see my pricing and portfolio page for more details. For weddings further afield, travel may be charged on top,¬†why not get in touch and see if we click?