Cotswold Wedding Photographer
Here are some examples of my Cotswold wedding photography. Each post represents a few favourite images from working as a Cotswold wedding photographer. Designated an area of outstanding natural beauty in 1966. The Cotswolds is a rural area of south central England covering parts of 6 counties, mainly Gloucestershire and Oxfordshire, but also includes parts of Wiltshire, Somerset, Worcestershire and Warwickshire. It’s rolling hills and lush grassland harbour thatched medieval villages, churches and stately homes built of the famous Cotswold stone, a distinctive jurassic yellow limestone. This area benefits from some of the finest of the wedding venues in the UK, such as the Lost Orangery at Euridge Manor, Soho Farmhouse and the Great Tythe Barn.
On the 4th May 2019 I donned my hat as a Cotswold Wedding Photographer for wedding day of Sophie and Jon at Euridge Manor’s Lost Orangery. This was my third visit to this rather unique wedding venue and I seem to enjoy it a little more each time. In the morning the bride and her party where […] read more
It is not often you have the opportunity to photograph a wedding in the snow. Actually I think it is only the third time in 15 years of photographing weddings. The snow was still falling as I left early in the morning on the 1st February 2019. I had to travel to the Cotswold venue […] read more
I photographed Iona and Matt’s Cotswold wedding at Soho Farmhouse on the 1st September 2018. The day started in the idyllic Cotswold village of Great Tew near Chipping Norton in Oxfordshire. The bride was getting ready at her parents’ home a stone’s throw away from the parish church, St Michaels and All Angels. The church is tucked away […] read more
A few weeks before their Cotswold wedding at the Soho Farmhouse, Iona and Matt decided they would like to have a pre wedding or engagement shoot. They decided to use their wedding venue as the backdrop, which also allowed us to have an on location consultation about their photography requirements on the day. Soho Farmhouse […] read more
It is always interesting to see how venues are experienced with the different seasons. Last time I was here was on a brilliant summers day, this time I was photographing a winter wedding at the Lost Orangery in the Cotswolds. And it managed to host a fine day, despite the occasional inclement weather, the wedding […] read more
On Saturday 8th July 2017, I was at The Great Tythe Barn, a stunning Grade II listed, 16th century Cotswold stone barn in Tetbury, Gloucestershire. Today I was photographing the wedding of Sian and Lewis, a couple who know the secret to hosting a laid back and fun filled wedding day. In the morning I […] read more
I have now been exclusively specialising in wedding photography for over twelve years and have witnessed some amazing unions in some really impressive locations. Emily and Nicholas managed to continue this theme when they decided to host their wedding in The Lost Orangery at Euridge Manor. The unique venue settled amongst the Wiltshire countryside is the private residence of John Robinson, […] read more
I photographed the wedding of Abigail and Lewis on Sunday 2nd August 2015, the day started with the wedding party getting ready at the reception venue of Great Tythe Barn, a stones throw away from the delightful Cotswold town of Tetbury, Gloucestershire. The grade II listed 16th Century barn is the focal point of the estate, which provides […] read more
Photography from Corinne & Ross' Cripps Barn Wedding in Gloucestershire, Friday 26th September 2014 read more
Here are a selection of photographs from the Almonry Barn wedding of Sarah and Adam from 5th September 2014. Located in the medieval village of Muchelney surround by the Somerset Levels, this 800 year old barn has been lovingly converted by a family run business to provide a rustic yet elegant venue. I am informed it is a Scheduled […] read more
My photographic coverage for the wedding of Susanna and Ben on Saturday 20th April 2013 started at their flat in Bristol for the bridal preparations. I then traveled to Gloucestershire where the marriage ceremony and reception was taking place at Matara, a rather unique venue in the Cotswolds, which has a tradition of the happy […] read more
Castle Combe, one of the most idyllic villages in the Cotswolds was the setting for the wedding of Katie and Christophe on Sunday 15th May 2011. The ceremony took place at St Andrew’s Church and the reception a short stroll or in the case of the bride and groom a short horse and carriage ride […] read more
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