Isn’t it strange how when one thing in your life changes, it prompts you to take a look at other things?
Wow. Just wow. Surraya and Shahid awoke to the most spectacular view- an exclusive and private lake surrounded by woodlands in their cosy cabin in North Lancashire. I couldn’t believe how peaceful it was here, the sound of birds, and the gush of the nearby stream made this the perfect setting for their bridal portraits.
Surraya and Mohamed got married at Mercure Last Drop Village in Bolton. A truly scenic venue set in the hills of Lancashire. For an autumnal October wedding the weather was spectacular, with the leaves not quite turning to warm reds and browns.
Female Asian Wedding Photographer in Cheshire. I knew the moment I met Jasira, she was a girl after my own heart. Her tastes are refined, simple but elegant, and oh so feminine from the delicate lace on her dress to her bouquet filled with peonies.
Arab wedding photography at the Old Swan Hotel in Yorkshire
London Female Asian Wedding PhotographerI love finding secret hideaways for couples where we can have a bit of outdoor heaven all to ourselves
Aneesa and Murtaza, a fun day in the West End filled with tea and cake (all my favourite things!)
Asiyah, just wow. She blew me away...
What better way to spend a summer’s afternoon than in the Northern Quarter in Manchester. Masim and Maham live close to Teacup, a cute tea shop, where they would often meet up making this a truly sentimental place to be.
Reminiscing over some of the lovely weddings I got to capture last year, this Arab wedding springs to mind.
A surprisingly beautiful day for October with skies still bright enough for a summer style wedding. An extremely beautiful wedding with an amazing couple, who shared such an intimate event with so much love and affection to every single one of their guests.
I just love it when groom’s try to make bride’s giggle. Here’s a shot from Samihah and Muhammad’s Registry. The full set from their beautiful Summer Tea Party to follow…
Female Asian Wedding Photographer in London. Here’s a throwback from a smashing Reception at Madame Tussaud’s, London. Some beautiful details, amazing food and an elegant Macaroon cake of course (since the Bride has French heritage!) I was truly honoured to be a part of this wedding, one of the highlights of my career.
This shoot was so much fun, we were so tired by the end of it, we were in fits of laughter. Big thanks for Aarti who was a true superstar and amazing to work with. The Maharaja set by Jazzy Bindi is truly stunning and well sported by Aarti.
So meet Natasha!, It was her first time modelling as an Asian Bride, and my first time working with her. She looked amazing thanks to Sajedah our makeup artist, who had a great time doing up all that hair!! I’d loved to have had more time with her, you did a great job Natasha