Wedding shoots in old buildings are fantastic.  Historic character along with stunning architecture.  The main problem with old buildings (apart from leaky rooves and crumbling walls) tend to be low light levels.  My bride and groom for this ‘old school’ wedding were the handsome James and beautiful Lottie.  They had their heart’s set upon tying the knot at their old secondary school, King William’s College on the Isle of Man.

The old living quarters provided James and his crew a place to ‘prepare’ themselves the day before.  On the grounds of the school sat a beautiful old chapel; the perfect wedding day venue.  For the post ceremony revelry, a stunning marquee had been erected to the side of the well kept cricket ground.

Following the ceremony Lottie & James wanted to head out towards Langness Lighthouse.  I pulled out a pair of my Salomon trail trainers to replace Lotties bridal footwear in preparation for the walk to the lighthouse.  She almost burst in to a jog!  Our main problem was combatting the wind.  James’ luxurious locks came to life with every gust, we had a good laugh trying to get a few romantic images.

My personal favourite image was of James’ hair reaching towards Lottie’s face…. Even his hair was in love with her!

Thanks for choosing me to be your wedding photographer, and if any of your friends would like to book my services, just get them to click on the ‘Book me for your wedding’, and I’ll throw in a 10% discount!



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