Ebourne Images' Wedding Photography Blog
Weddings at the Bannatyne Spa Hotel in Hastings I love returning to weddings at the Bannatyne Spa Hotel in Hastings.... Read more..
Weddings at All Saints Chapel in Eastbourne I love weddings at All Saints Chapel in Eastbourne, East Sussex. The chapel... Read more..
Wedding at St Paul’s Cathedral In London When you think of this country’s famous buildings or land marks, St Paul’s... Read more..
Handfasting ceremony – the Stonehenge wedding Kerry and Derek’s handfasting ceremony at one of the most famous pre-historic monuments in... Read more..
Sophie & Joe’s Greek wedding There are, it seems, a million ways to tie the knot. I have photographed newlyweds... Read more..
Ashdown Park Hotel wedding There is always something quite magical about Ashdown Forest and the Ashdown Park Hotel…and once again... Read more..
The Ravenswood wedding Toine is an architect with an eye for detail and fine things…just look at Laura :-). I... Read more..
Addington Palace Wedding When you edit pictures after a wedding you can touch up and enhance but you can’t recreate... Read more..
Summer Surrey wedding with teepees It’s hard to beat an outdoor British summer wedding in the rolling countryside of Surrey.... Read more..
Becky & Ajay’s relaxed wedding image gallery I hope you enjoy browsing through my latest wedding gallery. Just click on... Read more..
Fun East Sussex National wedding An East Sussex National wedding is always fun. When I met Vania and Paul a... Read more..
Quirky Fawley Hill wedding I adjusted the lens of my camera ahead of the Fawley Hill wedding. All of a... Read more..
Pilot wedding A high moment for me in 2017 (literally) was hanging from a two-seater plane at 2,000 feet to... Read more..
Ireland golf trip When something is performed so well it often appears effortless. Golf tourism must be a difficult business... Read more..
British understated style at Dukes Dubai I wonder what the original owner of Dukes Hotel London would have made of... Read more..
Fairy tale wedding in Salzburg A fairy tale wedding in Salzburg is a magical occasion in any month but especially... Read more..
Fall in love with Tuscany, over and over again It’s not hard to enjoy what Tuscany has to offer. A... Read more..
Winter wedding in Forest Green Winter wedding in Forest Green in the woods at Trinity Church in, Surrey. A wonderful New... Read more..
La Sultana Hotel in Marrakech Enjoying a birds-eye view of the hustling markets below from the panoramic roof terrace is... Read more..
Stanbrook Abbey wedding Stanbrook Abbey in Worcester, this former monastery set within extensive grounds, has its own chapel and is... Read more..
Beautiful English-African wedding In June 2015 I photographed my first, English-African wedding at St Wulfran’s church in Ovingdean, East Sussex.... Read more..
Sammie in London’s St George’s Church I met Sammie Cartwright for a styled bridal shoot in London’s St George’s Church in... Read more..
Grand Hotel Eastbourne wedding I was fortunate enough to photograph Jen & Dom’s Grand Hotel Eastbourne wedding on the 22nd... Read more..
About Ebourne Images' Wedding Photography Blog
I hope you will enjoy reading Ebourne Images' wedding photography blog pages. They are predominantly about weddings with some about my passion for travel photography.
I am based in Eastbourne, East Sussex. So you will be able to browse through shoots in my resident county, Surrey. Some in the surrounding area on the South Cost and London. I also love to travel and I feel lucky that I have been able to use my skills to photograph weddings all over the England and Europe.
Five years ago I started Ebourne Images and threw myself full-time into wedding photography. I wished to be creative and I wanted the couples, who entrust me to take their pictures, to receive artistic images and memories that will live with them forever. I remember how great I felt when I received my wedding pictures and I want to recreate that feeling for others.
The Big Day: It can vary so much. I try to use my judgement on the day and be prepared to adapt. I have found myself up in two-seater plane, looking for the perfect sunset angle at Stonehenge and rushing around the inner crypt at St Paul's Cathedral desperately trying to locate the bride and her father. Anything can can happen. Sometimes it's nerve wracking, often it's exciting but to put it simply, I love it.
I get myself into weird and wonderful positions to capture the moments. The yoga comes in handy. However my aim is always a simple one. I want to tell the story of the day through my camera and capture emotions that only a wedding can bring.
Weddings are a special part of humanity, the most important day of many peoples' lives and I feel privileged to be in a position to capture that. It's why I worked so hard get my business going and will continue to do so. I can't think of any other job I would rather be doing.