Saskia & Gerry's Wedding

Having recently moved to Sussex heading back onto the achingly cool streets of Stoke Newington hurt a bit, ha!  We lived in Brixton for 15 years and it was streets like these, vibes like these and people like this that our sleepy Sussex village sadly lacks.  

So the wedding was small and intimate, the coverage was short and sweet... it was simply beautiful, from the impressive Stoke Newington Town Hall to the stroll down Stokie High St, followed by the warm buzz of Homa.  It was a glam, laid back affair where sophistication and love happily danced together, quite effortlessly.

Usually I don’t use stop-motion for my weddings, but somehow amongst the quirky flavours of the day, it felt right, there’s just a hint, yet it helps the images wind their merry way through the afternoon, and make them that little bit more atmospheric for the viewer.


Some Kind Words

  • Emily and Ollie

    "First and foremost, Sophie’s photographs are absolutely stunning - we just can’t stop looking through them! They capture the essence of our day so perfectly and Sophie somehow managed to be everywhere at once, but never got in the way and was very discreet the whole time. The light and colour is beautiful, even in very difficult conditions such as the dark church or a dance floor filled with artificial light.
    Secondly, and just as importantly, Sophie went to a huge effort to fit in and it was a real pleasure spending time with her on our wedding day: it’s a very personal and special time and could easily be ruined by a pushy or socially awkward photographer! Sophie made everyone feel very relaxed around her, which of course makes for much better photos! Her judgement, sense of humour and social skills are exactly what you need in a wedding photographer, and I would not hesitate to recommend Sophie to anyone”.

    Emily and Ollie