Gemma & Nick
I first met Gemma & Nick in a London Pub where we nattered at ease for several hours about music, art, cinema and gin whilst drinking copious amounts of gin. It was only the next morning, when I awoke with that dreadful hangover feeling, that I realised we spoke only very briefly about their wedding photography. Clearly that tactic works and after meeting me just the once (drunk in a London pub) we made plans and they threw the most awesome wedding. We had cars and cartoons, gin and games, food and boobs and I got to meet my Indian double, my brother from another mother (with whom I am still in contact!). What more can I say, it made for fun, vibrants and emotional images that I love!
Love is better than a warm trombone, when blown, softly by a two tone, brother
Down on luck by chance, caress her head off at the boogaloo trance
“We met Owen in pub and instantly got on well, in fact so much so that we spoke about music, films, food – then the wedding. We felt so comfortable with Owen and that’s how we wanted not only the planning but also the wedding day to be”
“Owen made everyone feel at ease, joking with our mums, laughing with the kids, etc. This was great as it meant that many of the guests were relaxed and showed their real selves in the photos!”
“All close friends and family have given great feedback about the photographers on the day and with the photograph albums. We have recommended Owen to other friends.”
Second shooting by Mark Grant Photography
Let’s not forget the fun we had in the photobooth!