- Authentic Moments Over Awkward Poses
My approach revolves around the candid and the spontaneous. The majority of the images you’ll see in this post? They aren’t posed. They were organic, unfolding moments that I was there to catch. I take pride in blending into the background, allowing the day to progress naturally. This ensures that the photographs aren’t just beautiful – they’re genuine.
- Celebrating the Real You
I’m not afraid to say it: I love creating portraits of my couples. I believe they should be a reflection of who you are, not just what you look like. Rather than forcing you into tried-and-tested poses, I provide gentle prompts. These prompts coax out the genuine emotions and interactions between you and your partner, ensuring that every shot feels inherently like ‘you’.
- Mastering Challenging Lighting
Browsholme Hall is undoubtedly charming, but like many historic venues, it presents some unique lighting challenges. Take the Tithe Barn, for example. While it’s a beautiful space, it doesn’t always have the most cooperative lighting. Thankfully, my experience has equipped me to navigate and harness even the trickiest of lighting situations. This means that no matter where you decide to host your event within the Hall, I’ll ensure every shot is meaningful and well-lit.
UK WeddingBROWSHOLME HALL // ERICA & ALEX