Yearly Archives: 2014

I can hardly believe that we’re coming up to the end of another year, with a new and fresh 2015 on the horizon, and all the possibilities and exciting times it brings with it.  I’ve had time to reflect on the utterly brilliant people and events of the past year, from January through to December, and…

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  • Nina - What a wonderful set of photos – a brilliant years round-up. I cant wait to see your photos in 2015! Have a great Christmas & New Year xReplyCancel

  • Angela Ward Brown - Such a gorgeous review, Julie! The one in the snow is so stunning, and how do you ever stop taking pictures of your beautiful daughters! Really beautiful work, as ever.ReplyCancel

  • Hannah - What beautiful and emotional filled year you’ve had, it really shines through in your images. lovely xReplyCancel

  • Nicki - Amazing work… such talent, so many wonderful memories captured… x Here’s to 2015!!!ReplyCancel

  • Juliet Mckee - This is a beautiful review of your year. So much emotion and so many gorgeous moments. Well done and I wish you all the very best for 2015. xReplyCancel

  • Kirsten Mavric Photography - Fabulous! I bet you smiled all the way through this year! xxxReplyCancel

  • Helen Lisk - Beautiful work Julie, I love the range of images, all just gorgeous! XReplyCancel

  • Jordanna Marston - What lovely work Julie! Best wishes for 2015 – I am sure it’ll be even more fabulous for you! xReplyCancel

I feel so close to you right nowIt’s a force fieldI wear my heart upon my sleeve, like a big dealYour love pours down on me, surrounds me like a waterfallAnd there’s no stopping us right now…                                    …

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  • Annabel Russell - What a fabulous record of a perfect day! So many lovely memories of a beautiful occasion. Thank you JulieAnne, and Naomi

    Annabel
    (very proud Mother of the Bride)ReplyCancel

    • JulieAnne - Ah thank you Annabel, so glad you’re enjoying them! And it was lovely to reminisce with you about Fairmilehead 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Maria - These are just wonderful Julie, we are so pleased to show them to everyone & your words sum up the day beautifully. Thank you so much again. MxReplyCancel

  • Hilary Thorne - Beautiful photographs that capture such a happy day perfectly!ReplyCancel

  • Anna - If I ever going to re-do my vows…. Julie Anne these are gorgeous! You have a beautiful style which I love! I can feel their happiness through your photos.ReplyCancel

The area of Torridon in the north-west Highlands has a little bit of everything that Scotland has to offer – the grandest mountains and expansive views; Caledonian pines, silver birches, colourful heathers and mosses; clear lochs and wild seascapes; gently sheltered woodland with chattering streams; huge open skies and when the weather is on your side, the…

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I’m just back from a glorious week in the Scottish Highlands concentrating on nothing but dawn-to-dusk photography, led by Garry at The Digital Dawn.  It does me good to get back to grass roots and slow right down in order to make the image I have in my head – and to remember why I…

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This was my first visit to Portugal and a bit of a weekend off after a very busy wedding season.  My group of 7 other travel buddies are all female photographers from around the UK and Europe, all with a keen eye for noticing the details and an appetite for practising our craft – oh,…

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  • Anna - These are stunning! I really love the story you tell with your photos. The details from the food and wine but also an overall view of the streets and Lisbon.
    I really enjoyed meeting you and I hope we see each other soon.

    PS: you are the one who inspired me to look for a 35mm and 135mm too. XReplyCancel

The Farnham wedding of Naomi and Paul was planned in under a year and was the most wonderfully relaxed, family-centred celebration.  The lovely Naomi is a great friend as well as a talented fellow-photographer, and I’ve been lucky enough to have her assisting me on several occasions; so I felt privileged that – with her…

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When Laura first contacted me about wedding photography, it looked as though she and Nathan might be getting married in Farnham, Surrey; but as their plans progressed, they found the most magical venue in the Cotswolds that just suited them down to the ground.  We’d first met at a pub in Virginia Water and I…

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  • Nicki Lyall - Gorgeous images – looks like such an amazing day and I love that venue too. It really is so pretty… xReplyCancel

  • Nina - What a beautiful wedding, I love all the flowers and lanterns gorgeous!!ReplyCancel

I’m sure that when Miriam & Pat look back on their south of France wedding photographs, it’s getting more hazy to remember the days leading up to it when lots of the logistics were still hanging in the balance…  Would the French air traffic controllers call off their strike in time? Would we all be…

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  • Nina - Julie this is stunning! Your images are full of emotion and love and the images in the vineyard are stunning. They looked like they had a wonderful dayReplyCancel

  • Bernadette - What a beautiful collection of wedding day memories! Simply Stunning 😀ReplyCancel

  • Stephanie Belton - Absolutely stunning set of images Julie Anne!! I want to see more destination wedding from you!ReplyCancel

  • Anne - Amazing, just amazing !!ReplyCancel

I couldn’t have been more excited to see Miriam and Pat again on the eve of their midsummer wedding in the south of France.  Because the wedding day itself was so beautiful and full of gorgeous moments, it will have a blog post all of its own tomorrow, but for now I wanted to set…

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  • Nina - What a beautiful backdrop for a wedding! I cant wait to see Act 2 🙂ReplyCancel

If you love flowers as much as I do, you are really going to enjoy today’s blog.  Rebecca is someone I met a while back on another Surrey wedding photographer floral assignment, and she has recently started work on building her own florist business.  I was so pleased that she got in touch about working together on…

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  • Laura - Holy cow these are amazing! Incredible colours and light, and the flowers are divine. Can’t wait to see the finished website!

    L xReplyCancel

  • Sam Hayward - Stunning Julia-Anne, loving the tones and the way you have set the scene, it looks like a rainforest!ReplyCancel

  • Nina - These flowers are stunning and so original.. Love your decisions on where to photograph them too.. A match made in heaven 🙂 NinaReplyCancel

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