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by Lee, February 16, 2014 , In lifestyle


I had the pleasure of meeting little Skye Lockwood a couple of weeks ago. We had a nice relaxed session at Rachel’s parents house, partly as an excuse for Rachel and Ben to get out of the house, and partly so the grandparents could get in on a few images... Continue reading

by Lee, November 10, 2013 , In weddings

Madelaine & Oliver’s Sheffield wedding

I first met Madelaine and Oliver at Kate and Rob’s wedding, where Oliver was the evening entertainment performing as Floating Death Picnic! A crazy one man band act with hits such as 24hr spar and night jogging, (seriously look him up!)  So when I was asked to be their wedding... Continue reading

by Lee, September 28, 2013 , In weddings

Carla & Gavin | Pefkos, Rhodes

I have been waiting for this one for some time now! 🙂 As some of you who read my blog already know, I used to be in the Army a fair few years ago. Well Gavin and I used to be in the same troop, shared a room for quite... Continue reading

by Lee, August 10, 2013 , In weddings

Sarah & Martyn’s wedding | Stables High Melton

This was my first wedding back after having time off with Immy, and what a great bunch of people to get me back into the swing of things! Sarah and Martyn got married at St James church in Doncaster, then headed to The Stables in High Melton for the reception,... Continue reading

by Lee, April 9, 2013 , In lifestyle

Lennon’s 1st birthday party

I did a family session for Becky and her family before christmas, but as it was a present I couldn’t blog it at the time. So when I was asked to come back and photograph their son Lennon’s 1st birthday, I was honoured and happy to oblige! It still amazes... Continue reading

by Lee, April 7, 2013 , In weddings

Bessie and Mark – Hayfield and Ringwood Hall wedding

Bessie has to be the most relaxed bride I have ever had the pleasure of spending time with. On the morning of her wedding, she was sewing additional details onto her garter, she wasn’t remotely fazed that her sisters were an hour late to her house, nothing could take the... Continue reading

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