Weddings, Talks and Workshops

It has been a busy and steady start to 2016.

I enjoyed a lovely welcome from the Chester Photographic Society a couple of weeks back as I delivered a talk about my work and look forward to speaking to the Ulverston group in a fortnights time.

The seats did fill up.....

The seats did fill up.....

Should you wish to book me then please contact me for further details and to arrange

Andy on his workshop atop Birker Fell

Andy on his workshop atop Birker Fell

I spent a cracking couple of days out last week with Andy Carlisle on a workshop and whilst on the 'slabs' at Wast Water, we were approached by a couple who wanted their photograph taken. They then announced that they had just become engaged and so Andy was quick to point out that, "this guy here will shoot the wedding for you" ha ha!

Congratulations to Andy and Molly! 

Congratulations to Andy and Molly! 

I await the call.

I did return there this week to shoot a wedding for Pam and Rob.

Bookings for weddings in such a fabulous location that is notorious for changeable weather is always a hit and miss affair but in February???

As it was the sun shone and the sky was wonderfully blue but it was absolutely freezing.

Pam and Rob on their happy day. Is there a better setting for a landscape wedding?

Pam and Rob on their happy day. Is there a better setting for a landscape wedding?

A first for me as it was the first time I have ever taken wedding photos in my Trappers hat!

It was a lovely afternoon and I wish them all a fantastic and happy life together.

Personally I have been beset with this awful virus that seems to be doing the rounds at present and though I would love to be out and about I am working inside and now off to write about Andy Beck and his wonderful book 'The Wainwrights In Colour'.

Next week is shooting commercial industrial images for the web and then its back to the lakes for more workshops and planning meetings with various bodies.

The nights are getting lighter....