My favourite images from 2017
Well its all about looking ahead now, its 2018 and lots of things are happening already!
I’ve met some lovely people last year, at a whole range of events and I’m looking forward to photographing a wide range of engagement shoots, people and creating wedding photography for my couples to treasure.
So before I start talking about that, a quick look back at some of my favourite images from 2017.
As a wedding photographer providing photography is a real pleasure. Thank you to my couples for letting me share your day. Shooting couples who deeply love each other, just makes the whole experience even better. I love watching the telepathy between people who are so in tune, it is a delight. When there is lots of laughter and the pure enjoyment of just being with each other is the most important thing, it really shows and helps me create natural photographs that show how you are together.
Character shows in all sorts of ways and furry character is fun to capture. In 2017 I met a few fabulous dogs to photograph. I’m hoping a few more may be at the weddings and engagement shoots I’m doing in 2018 (good behaviour permitting).
Live music has been a passion for a long time and in 2017 I had some great opportunities to shoot and see bands and musicians that put in stunning performances and expanded both the types of images I shoot and my listening. These included Queen and Adam Lambert (I've still not recovered), Elbow, British Sea Power, Richard Ashcroft, Rag 'n' Bone Man, and Public Service Broadcasting, A first for me in shooting a jazz orchestra, the NYJO and country music courtesy of Keifer Sutherland whose gravelly tones made for a different type of gig . My personal favourites, The Cribs, Dutch Uncles, The Wedding Present and Sparks are bands I love which means shooting them is a combination of challenge and enjoyment at the same time.
2018 is lining up to be an interesting mix of subjects again, weddings, relaxed portraits, more dogs and of course live music - I can't wait.