Category Archives: Photography Blog Norfolk

Amy & Darren, The Old Rectory Norwich – Norwich Wedding Photography

  It’s Amy & Darren’s turn today and what excellent weather it was for their Wedding at Trowse, Norwich. It was all systems go back at the house where Darren and the boys were getting ready….although this quickly turned to panic stations when they realised the time.  Darren was in really good spirits when we […]

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New Commercial Photography website now LIVE! | Commercial Photographer Norfolk & Norwich

Did you know that I also do Commercial Photography? In this case Property Photography across Norfolk. It’s needed more than you think as there are an increasing amount of Countryside homes being built or renovated in Norfolk.  Along the coast or over at the Broads, stunning properties need polished imagery, after all it’s not just bricks […]

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Felbrigg Hall, Norfolk | Norfolk & Norwich Lifestyle Photography

Beautiful Felbrigg woods plus manic kids and an Autumn-ish day = Good times! There’s nothing like a couple of manic kids to keep you on your toes and have a bunch of fun at the same time.  These guys were great, so playful and up for leaf fights, hide and seek, jumping off huge tree […]

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Weddings and Marriage – the revolution continues

A massive thanks to The Wedding Secret for providing such a valuable insight into Marriage and some useful info on the types of weddings which have grown more in popularity. I have to say I was amazed that we, as a society. have changed so much in our attitudes towards marriage, getting married much, much […]

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Gilly & Martin, Sussex Barn & Hoste Arms Wedding Photography | Norfolk & Norwich Wedding Photography

Wow!  This wedding had it all.  Christmas trimmings, candlelit tables, chandeliers and everyone in dinner jackets and beautiful evening dresses.  Welcome to Gilly & Martin’s touching ceremony at Sussex Barn. This evening wedding was held during one of the coldest times of the year, outside there was a nip in the air for sure, but […]

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