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Explore where Susie's been and what she's been up to by looking through the blog posts below. All the people and the places... 

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Family photography in the colder months – Lake District portraits

So many families book me in the summer for their portraits. But really it doesn’t matter what time of year you choose, every season is makes a beautiful backdrop for a great set of family photographs. These were taken a little while ago on a late November day in the Lake District at a lovely…

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Same sex chateau wedding

This fairytale same sex chateau wedding was all about two madly in love young men, surrounded by a crowd of delighted friends and family – Liam and Andrew’s wedding day was a dream to photograph in every way. Expertly coordinated by The Best Events Co at the stunning Chateau de la Roche Courbon in the Charente…

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Married on a domaine near Carcassonne – Natalie and Doug

Natalie and Doug were married on a domaine near Carcassonne at the end of last summer. It was about the hottest day of the year but that didn’t get in the way of a fabulous celebration at the Domaine de Barthe in Douzens. The barbershop quartet in the evening were particularly brilliant and got everyone…

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Chateau de Camon wedding celebration – Jo and Jonny part two

Getting married in France can take up a whole weekend if you want it to and it does seem a shame to limit the celebrations to one day when so many guests have come such a long way. The second part of Jo and Jonny’s Languedoc wedding took place the day after their official wedding…

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Jo and Jonny’s French weekend of wedding celebrations – part one

Jo and Jonny’s nuptials took a whole weekend of wedding celebrations. Most of the ‘weddings’ I photograph in France are in fact not technically weddings, they are blessings and celebrations and the actual legal part has usually already happened in the couple’s normal country of residency. Jo and Jonny are fortunate in that Jonny’s lovely mother is…

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