2020 where do I start! The year couldn't have started any better for me, with a twelve day trip to Varanasi and Old Delhi for some street photography in India. This was a truly inspiring experience and I returned home motivated and enthusiastic for a busy year ahead. Then we all know how the rest unfolded...
Throughout the year I managed to photograph 14 weddings. These were all small but very intimate and special celebrations. I'm so grateful that I had the privilege of capturing these wonderful micro weddings, and as they say 'the best things come in small packages'! Below are some of my favourites / best of wedding photography UK 2020.
As well as capturing 14 fantastic weddings, on a personal note I was extremely humbled to pick up numerous awards. These included Fearless Photographers Awards, ISPWP, Inspiration Photographers Awards, Masters of Wedding Photographers and Photographers Keeping it Real. A lovely honour was to be nominated for the Rangefinder Top 30 Wedding Photographers in the World for the second year running. Then from a street photography stance reaching the final 23 in the Miami Street Photography Festival Singles Award and the Istanbul Street Photography Awards series final 6. Wow! I think i've sent myself to sleep :) As lovely as these accolades are, it's certainly not my motivation . My biggest achievement each and every year is knowing that couples put their trust in me to capture the most special day of their lives.
The Wedding Street Podcast
In terms of professional development, another positive that evolved out of the craziness was starting 'The Wedding Street Podcast' with my good friend and talented photographer Rob Edgerley. Basically a podcast all about wedding and street photography, all with a little joviality thrown in. So far it's been awesome speaking with guests in both genres from all over the world. Feel free to check it out by clicking on the following link The Wedding Street Podcast. Thank you for taking time out to read my best of wedding photography UK 2020. Please enjoy the images below, stay safe and fingers crossed for some normality in the not too distant future!