The Hampshire Photographer's Blog  

So here we are in May 2018 and I am now on my third iteration of the website. 
The most significant change for me has been changing to a brand new web designer, local lad Brian Cox from It'seezy Web Designs. This new site is by far the most flexible I have had so far and with Brian's help it presents a much better overview of the work I do and it's a lot, lot easier to work with. 
The new site now contains elements from both and also, my website focusing on kids and family photography. It was time to bring all my photography into one place, to make it easy for people to see all my work grouped together. 
Of course, my teaching website still keeps its seperate identity. Its funtion is not to show off my work, but to publicise my range of workshops and private tuition. It was always my intention to keep the Hampshire School of Photography as a completely separate business.  
It can be accessed at 
The Old Thorns Golf & Country Estate is a huge location in which to hold a wedding. The wedding co-ordinator drove us out (in a four-seater golf-buggy) to a number of locations across the course to photograph bride & groom Gemma & Micheal. The journey seemed never-ending as we drove from one location to the next.… 
I had not heard of Tamplins Place before. A wedding venue near the North Hampshire village of Hartley Wintney that is quite beautiful and strangely quirky. With it’s own pond and barn, it offers a opportunities for great photographs in a characterful environment. On a day like this it was magnificent. 
This was another hot and sunny day, and everyone looked so good in their summer wedding clothes. This kind of weather brings out the best in people and it was one of most fun weddings I have ever photographed. Certainly the bride and groom were absolutely determined to have as much fun as possible. I don’t think I managed to get them to be sensible for one shot (which was brilliant, as their love of life and love for each other shone through and put a smile on everyone’s face). 
Wedding of Tass and Greg 
Saturday 23 July 2016, the sky was blue and the sun was scorching! 
The wedding of Tass and Greg could have gone two ways this summer. Being one of the wettest British summers in recent years, I was not hopeful when I learned that this wedding was going to be entirely outdoors. I need not have worried. 
Wedding Photography 
Portrait Photography 
Commercial Photography 
Children Photography 
Photography Tuition 
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