2016: Not A Great Year For The World, But A Decent One For Me
2016 won't be a year that many people remember fondly, what with everything that's happened on a global scale. I certainly won't look back fondly on Brexit and Trump's win. Not to mention all the lovely famous people who passed away this year.
But on a personal level, 2016 was the year I got married and a year in which my business has continued to grow at an increasing rate. Here's a photo of my wife Rachel and I on our wedding day having the time of our life, taken by the absolutely brilliant Jon Mold.
So I'll always look back on April 2016 fondly, particularly our honeymoon trip to Japan.
This year I've been lucky enough to work with more fantastic people than I can name. I've photographed loads of events, from huge corporate dinners through to charity marches through the streets of London. I've photographed lots of beautiful homes, and even more beautiful homes in progress (read building sites). Luxury retails outlets have been in front of my lens more and more, whilst I've also snapped plenty of people's headshots. All in all its been a varied year, with plenty of weddings, and even a secret treasure hunt proposal!
I'd like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who I've worked with and has supported me this year. I look forward to working with you again in the year to come and of course look forward to meeting and working with lots of new faces too.
Here's a selection of my favourite images from the year. You can see a few more in the slideshow at the top!