So here’s a round up of my favourites from the gorgeous Croft wedding & Christening! (Well actually It’s missing the night do because wordpress won’t let me upload them)
Quite a morbid blog post title. Fear not I don’t want anyone to kill me, I went to London to shoot the poster for a film :)
Will You KILL Me Now (WYKMN) is an Anti-Bullying film from Brymack Productions. I’ve been lucky enough to see the full length film but here’s the trailer for you :)
We decided on two versions of the poster, one with the full main cast and one with the two integral characters. We took inspiration from movie posters like Kidulthood and Face Off and mixed them in with a concrete London feel.
Here’s the finished products!
The cast were fab and super easy to shoot, they made my job so easy!!
Thanks George and Sophie for taking a chance on me :)
So here’s a wedding I’ve been so excited to blog.
What can I say, from the moment Grace emailed me about her and Sam’s wedding I knew we would be a great match. She had the most amazing hen do, literally her own personal festival (How cool?!), which only made me more excited to be part of their day.
As soon as I met Grace I felt like I had known her for years, she is such a warm person you can’t help but gravitate toward and she is surrounded by some amazing people.
I have never known a couple more gracious on their day, I genuinely had to tell Sam that he didn’t need to keep thanking me ha! Grace and Sam, you are such a special couple, I wish you both all the best with all my heart!
And here’s the best bits :D
Here’s a round up of my favourite shots from the recent wedding of Rach and Dave, I’m sure you’ll agree they are such a photogenic couple, even though they’re both incredibly modest!
These two are such a fun couple, had a genuinely awesome time shooting this wedding. I really really wanted to do this wedding justice as Rach has always been so supportive of my photography since we met all those years ago on our way to Peru. I was super chuffed to get an email from Rach asking me to be her photographer, officially I might add as she’d always joked I’d photograph her wedding whenever that may be anyway.
You make it one way up, it settles. Then you pull a one-eighty on the thing and it has to settle again.
I feel like upside down cake. Summer was a pretty simple Summer, and life was going pretty smoothly for all. Ste twisted my arm into getting a dog so we were visiting him regularly before he was old enough to bring home.
Our first visit.
Things took a nosedive for my entire family when my nephew’s health took a turn for the worse. Things hit their lowest point in October when Kane finally succumbed to his health. Forever young, forever loved, forever remembered.
Things settled out and life started to feel almost normal again. Sam turned 12 weeks and with all his Vet records up to date we could take him for walks :)
A few years ago I showed Ste a place called High Dam from my childhood, I can’t believe he’s never been before then, and we were itching to take Sam. Ste found a place called Tarn Hows while off mountain biking once and we decided to try there first! Obviously
I had to take my camera…
The we met up with my Mam, Dad and younger Sister who were at Hayes in Ambleside with my Nana and Granddad.
Last weekend we spent Saturday up High Dam the weather was forecast as shit but it turned out crips blue and gorgeous. It was deserted, and the water was so still it really was a perfect day. Even bought myself some cheap and cheerful walking boots :) proper Cragg-rat now!
This was the outcome…
I cried the whole walk back, happy tears of course but this is a dream I’ve always had but never thought would come true. We asked a lady in the car park to take a picture of us, Sam just wanted to get down and make friends with her…
And I’ve been walking around in a daze ever since!