Evelynne & Evan chose St Pancras Renaissance for their prep, St Pancras itself for their ceremony and then walked round the corner to St Chads Place (now closed) for their reception. I’ve gathered together the below to illustrate their St Pancras Renaissance wedding…
It’s very difficult to find words to articulate this wedding narrative. I guess that’s the work of the photographs, right? That’s always been my opinion anyway and you will notice minimal words to begin the stories on this blog.
However, I feel that this does need some explaining.
My first communications with Evelynne & Evan were in 2012 when they changed their wedding date so that I could document their day and it’s fairly safe to say that I was humbled from that point onwards. I met them not long after for their pre wedding shoot and their warmth and light heartedness instantly made us the best of friends.
These two fit together effortlessly.
For me the test (& the source of my passion) when I’m shooting weddings is to capture the ordinary, extraordinarily however when a wedding is already extraordinary I can take that to completely different levels.
I always explain to my couples that I shoot their day my way. There is no shooting to capture every guest, no shooting to see every moment. Evelynne & Evan trusted me with that totally and this is the result.
This is what you get when the couple have thought about the light, thought about the venue, thought about what will make their photography amazing.
I hope you enjoy.
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