Few weeks ago, I had the chance to act as a second shooter for a local wedding photographer. We got to work together in a real win-win situation. He was looking for someone to help him cover more angles of the wedding day. I was looking for more experience. As a bonus we got along very well. For this specific wedding, I was asked to cover the cocktail hour while the other photographer was taking care of the posed formal photographs. I also made sure to provide alternative points of view of the entire day, of course!
Amy and Adam got married at St. Anselm’s Church in Hatch End, Middlesex.
They had their wedding breakfast at The Grange, in Northwood, Middlesex.
They are a lovely couple that love their friends and family and love to have a good time. Their wedding was an excellent balance between traditional, quaint and fun. They were lovely to photograph. St Anselm’s Church was challenging to shoot because it can be rather dark inside. It is worth the effort though; it is a gorgeous church! The Grange is a very nice wedding venue comprising a marquee attached to a country house. This is a very good idea to avoid having to move guests out of a room in order to re-set it! I also really like when venues are designed in such a way that guests have quieter room where they can catch up with each other between their trips to the dance floor.