I know I probably say this every year but I don't think I've known any year that has gone as quickly as this one. This year is rather special because it marks ten years since I picked up my first digital SLR..and I love it as much as I ever did. I think if I could time travel to the past and tell my 16 year old self this is the journey that my little canon 400D was taking me on, my young self would have laughed in my face. Umm you mean making a living doing what I love the most...? I don't think so!!! 

And of course none of this would happen without my couples. To say that I am grateful is a bit of an understatement, and thank you is not quite enough. But my vocabulary is limited so it will have to do for now. To all my wonderful couples, whether you're past, present or future; thank you, and thank you. You may not realise it but this isn't merely a job of mine, it's also where I learn to experience and celebrate life through your life...the amount of goodness, happiness and love that I've felt in every single wedding that I have shot cannot be put into words; I can only hope they bleed into my work. 

Below are images of some my favourite moments from this year. As much as I love an epic sunset and the perfect creative shot, there is nothing quite like belly laughs, tears of joy and moments caught off guard.. Big love to you all, have a wonderful Christmas & New Years!!!

Jess & Chris ~ Corsham Town Hall, Wiltshire wedding

I'm so grateful that my job brings me to places that I wouldn't otherwise discover and allows me to meet people that I wouldn't otherwise know. Corsham is the loveliest little English town that I have ever been to, and Jess and Chris are one of the sweetest couples. Wearing her 100 year old wedding dress Jess got married to Chris on a fine July afternoon.

I will always remember standing in the woods, where in the gentle evening light he held her face and they stared at each other and smiled in silence. Thank you for sharing these priceless moments with me.