Wedding Photography

What photographer can say they’ve never tackled a wedding before? It’s not easy and if you don’t plan ahead properly then it can be a terrible real-life nightmare. I’m here to help you by sharing my advice and experiences on the subject.

Danish Imports: The Opera Singer

We’ve come to the end of our revisit to the Danish Imports exhibition, and today we’re finishing off with somebody who I’m very fond of. I hope you’ve enjoyed reading these interviews and the images that accompany them. A lot of love and time went in to the planning of the exhibition itself, and there […]

Finding locations for great Wedding Photography Portraits

Another wedding came and went yesterday. It was an all day wedding, and those are mentally and physically demanding; especially when working alone. Imagine for 13 hours you’re trying to keep thoughts fresh and exciting, whilst remaining relatively anonymous and talking to yourself. Before any wedding I like to go and visit the location/s beforehand […]

Denmark: the land of pork, windmills and same-sex marriage

Or, how Sasha and Anthony got one step closer to happiness written by Antoaneta Borisova This is the story of Sasha and Anthony, a lovely gay couple, who have been struggling to be together for more than six years now. I use the word “lovely” not because I want this article to be cheesy, but […]

The Aftermath

Last Friday was cold and temperamental in Copenhagen. Add to this a trailer full of exhibition walls, a grumpy old man with his dog, dead-ends in carparks and a tight deadline to return borrowed goods and you’ve got yourself a recipe for a headache. Yes that’s right, it’s Bryllupsmessen Friday all over again. As mentioned […]


This time last year my future was hanging on a thread. Just around the corner was Copenhagen’s biggest Wedding Fair (or is it Fayre?) at the Bella Centre – known simply as Bryllupsmessen. And despite having done several weddings in the past, I had never actually tried to sell myself or my services to strangers […]