Category Archives: Travel Photography

It’s taken me a little while to get around to sharing all of my images from our second US road-trip, which took place in 2013. We planned our first US road-trip as our honeymoon back in 2010, and covered around 3000 miles in just under 3 weeks. We explored the West Coast (Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Flagstaff, The…

I recently discovered some travel images I had taken on my first visit to Ericeira in Portugal back in 2013. Looking through these, I’m quite excited to be returning to Portugal this coming weekend, to shoot a wedding at Quinta de Sant’Ana in Mafra and to catch up with some of my wonderful Portuguese friends!…

Back in June when I shot a gorgeous destination wedding at Chateau Les Crostes in Lorgue, Provence, I was lucky enough to have some spare time to explore the local village where I was staying and also work in some pool & beach time. ;-)   I stayed at the most charming, tranquil hotel I’ve ever…

Back in April, I visited the Amalfi Coast for a destination wedding photography workshop (featured on Belle & Chic here). On my last day, I decided to travel from Ravello to Positano along the Amalfi Coast. When you’re wandering around this gorgeous seaside village overlooking the Mediterranean, it really does feel like time stands still. I only had…

This year has been amazing in terms of travel. In April I hopped over to Italy (read about that here, here and here), in May I joined my wonderful mum in Amsterdam (the reason for this post) and I literally just yesterday, arrived back from Provence, where I shot a gorgeous wedding at Chateau Les Crostes, this…

One of the things I love most about being a Destination Wedding Photographer is the fact that I get to travel to some of the most beautiful wedding locations in the world. Ravello, on the Amalfi Coast in Italy is one of these places. In April I spent a few days on the Amalfi Coast,…

Part two of our epic US road-trip 2013, took us to southeastern Louisiana where we fell head over heels in love with New Orleans. What made New Orleans a city I would definitely visit again? Fantastic live music on street corners and in most bars in the French Quarter, yummy (and very potent) cocktails, interesting…

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