I’d met Samantha and JT a fews back at an incredible wedding in Morocco where Samantha was a bridesmaid. I love working with people I’ve met previously at weddings as we’ve technically already started a relationship – plus having seen me in action you kind of know what to expect!
Marleybrook House is a stunning venue in Kent – my hometown. I’d been wanting to photograph a wedding at Marleybook House for ages, having had a number of enquiries for the venue, but never being available in time. This time though nothing was going to stop me. Kent is full of beautiful barn wedding venues – and don’t get me wrong, I love them – but it’s nice to have something a little different every now and then. Having the ability to get married outside is a massive plus and a big reason lots of couples choose Marleybrook House – and in fact one of the reasons Samantha and JT chose it!
Samantha and JT let me just get on with it and do my thing – hunt out those little moments and stories that might otherwise go unnoticed. Some awesome moments at this wedding of two very different cultures coming together – I particularly loved the way that Samantha and JT entered the dining room! There was such a wonderful atmosphere all day and the slight chance of a rain shower didn’t put anyone off 🙂
Below are some of my favourites from Samantha and JT’s Marleybrook House wedding….
For the photographers; everything was shot using Fuji x-Pro2’s and a combination of the 18mm, 23mm, 35mm and 56mm prime lenses. Any questions about anything please don’t hesitate to ask.