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2016 Highlights…Happy New Year!

Thank you to all my couples and everyone I have had the pleasure of working with in 2016. I feel so incredibly lucky to be able to do a job that I love. This year has been my busiest yet with 25 weddings to shoot and commercial work to boot! In April I was truly inspired when I attended the Snap Photography Festival down in Wales, in the middle of nowhere for a four day retreat of workshops and hanging out with likeminded awesome photographers! I learnt so much about myself and my business and it felt great coming away feeling like I am part of a community!  If you are an aspiring photographer or just want to hang out with great people then I recommend you give it a go. I’m looking forward to the challenges ahead for 2017 and continue to expand my business internationally with weddings to shoot in Sorrento, Italy and New York City! Here is a very small round up of my personal favourite images from the year! Happy New Year to you all and see you on the other side! Jo x

Thanks to the following venues for accommodating me this year and for just being awesome. You’ve kept me working at my optimum by ensuring I was well fed and watered at all times and for that I salute you! 


The West Mill, Derby 

Cripps Barn,  The Cotswolds 

Sandon Hall, Staffordshire 

Warwick House, Southam 

Wethele Manor, Leamington 

Wentworth Golf Club, Surrey 

Caswell House, Oxfordshire

Coombe Abbey, Warwickshire

Dodmoor House, Northamptonshire 

Court Farm, Frome, Somerset 

Redhouse Barn, Worcestershire 

Victoria & Adam, West Mill Venue, Derby. Derbyshire Wedding Photographer

Victoria & Adam tied the knot at the West Mill Exclusive Wedding Venue in Derby. This venue is a photographers dream! The West Mill is a magnificent Grade I Listed former industrial mill dating back to the early 1800’s. The mill has been restored and converted into a beautiful wedding venue creating a magnificent setting for photos. Originally built as a cotton spinning mill, the building played an important part in history and the industrial revolution. Having laid empty and derelict the four-storey building has been lovingly restored back to life. The mill’s renovation has retained all of the industrial architecture of the 1800’s and the building is positioned in a superb setting on the riverbanks of the River Derwent. Inside, think barrel-vaulted ceilings, exposed brick walls, cast iron columns and beams, all a stone’s throw away from the breathtaking waterfalls of the weir. Here are some highlights from Victoria & Adam’s big day. Enjoy!

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