The inspiration for this shoot came from a cold winter walk at Newborough beach on Anglesey. I’ve always loved winter days on the beach, with your hair blowing continuously and you always leave with salty skin. The waves never stop, always changing shape and never creating the same break twice. This was when the light bulb hit me. I wanted to create a movement feel through my images, similar to the ocean, when taking photos of the sea, no two photos are the same, with its continuous rolling waves, you can create so much drama with a single shot. My model Nicole was an absolute hero, the goal was to not stop moving and to let me work around her, capturing singular moments that in a second would be gone, never to replicate.
I find that in such a fast-paced industry as a documentary photographer, you’re always on the look out for special, unique moments to get photos of during your couples wedding day. Those are the true moments that help tell your wedding story and will fill you with all the feels when looking back through your images in years to come. I hope it inspires couples everywhere to not be afraid to laugh, cry and hug with their other halves on their wedding day. Keep it emotional and full of movement, documentary photographers are there to help capture the real moments, the ones you don’t need to force or stand still for. We’ve got you, so enjoy your day as if we’re not there and we’ll lock down this memory for you.

Styling: Wyldbee Photography

Model: Nicole Marshall @makeoversbynicole

MUA and Hair Stylist: Mandy Rigby @makeupartistmandyrigby

Florist: Wild Floral Design www.wildfloraldesign.co.uk

Dress: Asos

Invites: Simply You Design www.simplyyoudesigns.co.uk

Glasses and Vase: Homesense

Cutlery: Asda

Plates: Wilko

Cake: BBC Nigella’s Devils Chocolate Cake