Category Archives: Engagement/pre wedding portraits

It’s not a secret that I looooved doing this February engagement shoot for this American-English couple. I absolutely enjoyed hearing all the ideas they had during our pre-meet, setting out to find locations that where so London – but not the typical “touristy London”, more of an off the beaten track London, with quirky and hidden locations… and with only some elements of London landmarks.

So I’m glad that Zank you Magazine have found the shoot and decided to publish it on their blog – as inspiration for couples planning on wedding portraits with a feel of vintage or quirk in this lovely city, and for e-shoots planned to this time of the year: While the leaves are still off and the low sky light on a sunny day is crisp and clear and absolutely gorgeous.




Thank you to Veronica at Zank You Magazine for the feature!

Click here to see the published feature on Zank You

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I’m in for a treat today 🙂

A London E-shoot that I recently photographed, has just been featured by Zank You wedding Magazine.

I loved listening to how these guys met. Everything else apart, this is kind of what London is about… Meeting somebody from a completely different part of the world, a chance meeting in a totally random place, on a night when you weren’t expecting for anything special to happen at all. But there she is. And there he is. Your paths crosses and intertwines. And that person is the one. The one you will marry…

I met with Josh and Ewa on a gloomy autumns day – the kind of gloomy that makes London atmospheric – in Greenwich, where we started their London E-shoot before exploring our way down the Thames.  A celebration for their wedding to come, in the city where they totally randomly met.

More can be seen in their feature on Zank You wedding Magazine. Thank you to Veronica at Zank You, the feature looks great. And congratulations to Josh and Ewa for the feature – and for getting married!

Link to feature


A fantastic Sunday – starting with a pre wedding catch up meeting, which was really inspiring. I loved hearing the ideas, and see the home made decor for this cozy countryside wedding.  And now I can’t wait to capture the wedding day of this gorgeous couple!

In the run up for the actual day, we headed out for an engagement portrait shoot in spring’s all shades of green around Oxon Hoath, a beautiful venue in a beautiful part of Kent’s Garden of England.

As an added bonus, we also made acquaintance with a group of cute cows. They’re funny little creatures aren’t they – and they’re quite some posers lol…

So nice to see you again guys, can’t wait for the wedding!

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