It’s always such a pleasure being at a wedding where you have worked with a handful of the guests at their own weddings before and I really felt like part of the gang at Kirst & Henry’s celebration. I’d met them a handful of years before when I photographed Kirst’s wonderful sister Jo’s wedding to the lovely Guney at Clissold House in London and then ran into them again at the stunning marriage of Abby to Ben a year or so after.
So when Henry proposed to Kirst at home on one of their Wednesday date nights I was so thrilled that she choose me to come and document their day because I knew it’d be like hanging out with old friends.
It was. Trinity Buoy Wharf is one of my favourite venues in London and I’m lucky enough to have been there twice this year.
Words from the couple:
“We literally could not be happier with every single photo from our wedding day, they were beyond our expectation. We were fortunate enough to know Claudia before we were engaged and we knew immediately that she had to be the photographer for our wedding. On a professional level, Claudia is the best! She managed to capture all the special moments of the day and these are what we will treasure them for the rest of our lives. On a personal level, she is one of the nicest people we have met. She wasn’t just our wedding photographer, she became a friend and that is what makes her really special.”