Mr & Mrs Rosser

After what had been an epic thunder and lightning show on the morning of Saturday 27th May 2017, I was very much looking forward to meeting up with Keelee at 6:15am to start the preparations for her wedding day. 

The fun loving couple got married at the beautiful church of St Johns in Cymmer, Rhondda, with their close family and friends. 

The ceremony was a clear testitment to how much the couple love each other. 

Craig, smiling from ear to ear as his gorgeous bride walked down the aisle with her father, Gerald, was very much feeling the emotions before this moment arrived. I managed to have a brief conversation with him and you could tell he was extremely looking forward to seeing his bride for the first time on the day. 

After the ceremony, the couple arrived in style in a beautiful Beauford Open Tourer at their venue for the rest of the day and evening, Ty Newydd Country Hotel. 

The hotel is set in breath taking surroundings just on the outskirts of Hirwaun. 

Luckily, the weather was on our side after the rain of the morning had passed, it allowed us to have pictures in the gardens at the venue. 

I think you’ll all agree at how wonderful the bride looks and how dashing the groom also looks in the pictures below. 

I can’t thank Keelee and Craig, Mr & Mrs Rosser, enough for their generosity on the day and also how willing they were to do anything with me to get the right images! It’s always a pleasure working with people who are up for fun. 

Congratulations both, I wish you all the best for your future as a happy couple. 

Miriam & Jon at Southerdown

On Saturday 20th May, I had the pleasure of photographing the newly engaged couple, Miriam & Jon at the beautiful beach location of Southerndown. 

We’d been planning to do this since the beginning of the year but unfortunately the Welsh weather kept raining and stopping our plans! Luckily on this day, the weather was actually a big help for some of the gorgeous pictures of the couple. 

Upon arriving, my first question to both Miriam & Jon was “do you like having pictures taken?”. Each replied that they didn’t. Sometimes, I find this helps because nervous laughter can actually make for some really loving and cute photos. 

I had great fun with them both around the beautiful gardens and beach area that southerdown has to offer. 

I wish you both all the best in your new journey to now become husband and wife. 

Andrew x