Tuesday, November 21, 2006


On Sunday i spent the day photographing some beautiful corsets made by Twin Cheeks in Ascot.

The shoot took place in a old large Victorian family house which is awaiting renovation by Trimount Properties and we like to thank Jeanette and Rae for allowing us to use the building.

Our models, Robyn and Katherine were subjected to the damp and low temperatures but still managed to look fantastic in the corsets which, although stunningly designed, didn't offer much protection from the cold. I was fine as I was wearing a nice thick hoody.

All the shoes were kindly loaned to us by the Jimmy Choo Couture collection and the stockings were supplied by Wolford.

We managed to shoot more than we hoped for due to a great team which included Art Director Becky Yong, hairdresser Des from Tony & Guy and make up artist Emilie Yong.



Tower Bridge

Cold but bright! Another lovely autumn day; this time the veue was in London rather than the countryside of Surrey.

Larissa and Andrew held their ceremony and reception in the Bridgemasters Dining Room at Tower Bridge. With just 10 guets attending the venue was perfect and it was hard to believe that beneath our feet was the traffic and the tourists who, themselves were oblivious to the ceremony being held above their heads.

After the ceremony, presumably to work up an appetite, the wedding party went for a flight on the London Eye.

Monday, November 06, 2006

Cold day warm tart!

Outdoors is the place to be on a beautiful day like this!

Lisa and Andy were married in their local church (200 yards away!) in Coldharbour set in the Surrey Hills.

The ceremony was attended by just close friends and family and, as you can see, the weather was fantastic, a sunny autumnal day.

From the church we all set off to nearby Shere where the reception was held at Kinghams restaurant. Kinghams is based in a 17th century cottage and it's intimate atmosphere really suited the wedding. The food was fantastic and I would like to thank Lisa and Andy for inviting me to eat with them.

Below is my choice of sweet: warm chocolate tart served with a white chocolate and Grand Marnier ice cream!