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One evening I repeatedly saw an advert appearing on Facebook from Saal looking for photographers to receive a discounted photobook in return for an honest review of the product.
On bank holiday monday I photographed the wedding of Adam & Alicia at Gosfield Hall (http://www.gosfield-hall.co.uk) in Essex. The forecast was for a bright and sunny day - very unusual for a bank holiday!
Last week I photographed the Wedding Ceremony of Alaina & Gregg at St Albans Registry Office.
On Saturday I photographed Peter and Rebecca’s wedding in Stevenage followed by their reception at Milling Barn in Throcking (www.millingbarn.co.uk) where I am a preferred supplier for photography.
Last week I photographed the wedding of Darren and Marie in Bishop's Stortford. They had their ceremony at Bishop's Stortford registry office followed by a reception at Great Hadham Country Club.
On Saturday I photographed the Wedding Reception of Jon & Sarah at the Holiday Inn in Stevenage. They were married a few weeks prior in Las Vegas and asked me to be on hand to capture a few hours of their evening reception back in the UK.
On Monday I photographed Laura and Dave's wedding in St. Albans. They had their ceremony at St. Albans Registry Office followed by a reception at Ye Olde Fighting Cocks, which is Britain's oldest pub!
So unfortunately I didn't make it through to the finals of the Wedding Industry awards (by 0.5%!), but thank you so much to everyone who took the time to vote for me. Your comments mean so much to me and I thought I'd share a few of them here:
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