A September wedding at Huntstile Organic Farm

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“You were the only photographer who actually listened to what we wanted rather than continually suggesting how YOU wanted to do the photos. You made us feel cared about, and at ease very quickly. It was like meeting up with a friend each time we came to speak to you. – Thank you.”

I met Meg and Alex after I’d been recommended to them by their dear friends Beckie and James whose wedding I’d photographed a few years ago. What a wonderful recommendation from both sides and how blessed I feel to have been chosen to photograph their wedding day at the stunning Huntstile Organic Farm in Somerset.

This was the first time I had been to Huntstile Organic Farm and I very much hope that we get the opportunity to go back and photograph many more weddings there. It was insanely good!

From being invited to join Meg and Alex and their families for pizza night on the eve of the wedding, right through to their viewing of their wedding story; this has been a wonderful journey with this lovely couple.

Here in their own words is their Wedding Story…

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