Its that time of the year again; time to reflect, reminisce and celebrate the magical moments captured in 2016. As I was putting together this year-end recap, I could not help but smile looking back at each and every wedding I photographed this year. 2016 has been a very special year for me, as I found myself touching lives through wedding photography across varied age groups, ethnicities, societies, backgrounds, destinations, aspirations, cultures. The common link among all of them being – desire to love and be loved. This feeling is very empowering and I feel honoured to be able to capture this emotion for eternity.

2016 saw me going all over UK as well as across continents to Kent, Wiltshire Cambridge, New Forest, Buckinghamshire, Sicily Hawaii. Its hard not to make a special mention of the breathtaking venues in London like the Painted Hall, St Paul’s Cathedral, Admirals House, which continue to make my life as a London Wedding Photographer even more rewarding this year. I also had the privilege to be a wedding photographer for a Chinese Wedding and many Jewish Weddings

As you can imagine, it is very had to sum up in plain text, the celebration of family and friends coming together, cheerful dancing, breathtaking wedding venues and destinations, the plethora of emotions that run deep during the wedding ceremony and the eternal promise that a couple make to each other, so I will let these pictures speak for the wonderful year that 2016 has been.

Last but not the least, to all my amazing clients turned friends – 2016 has been very memorable and it would not have been possible without each of you. Thank you for entrusting me your Wedding Photography – for opening up your world and sharing with me your most intimate moments with family and loved ones. Wishing you much love, happiness and everything that your heart desires in the New Year.

Cheers! Here’s to an even better 2017.

 

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