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Lots of singing. Confetti canons. Glitter curtains. Gold pineapples. Hilarious speeches. Off the hook food. And one awesome, awesome couple. What more could I ask for?

Thank you so so much to Serena & Rosh for letting me be part of your incredible day. xx

Karen Flower - What a beautiful winter wedding. The lighting looks magical and I love the gold touches. A gorgeous collection of images Kat xxJanuary 19, 2016 – 1:55 pm

Yolande De Vries - I adore this wedding Kat, beautifully captured and so poignant with the table named after Prince songs *sniff xxMay 1, 2016 – 1:50 pm

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WEDDINGS // 2015

Alice: How long is forever?
White Rabbit: Sometimes, just one second.
--- Lewis Carroll ---


Kirsten Mavric - Kat, what a fabulous year you’ve had. I love these. You have such a delicate way of editing too xJanuary 3, 2016 – 5:28 pm

Jenna Mitchell - Amazing photographer, amazing photographs amazing year… :) xxxJanuary 3, 2016 – 7:11 pm

Sally Beard - Stunning Kat, as always. What a great year. You are def a ‘moments’ photographer!! XxJanuary 3, 2016 – 7:47 pm

Yolande De Vries - God I just LOVE these images Kat. Beautiful work..January 3, 2016 – 8:19 pm

Karen Flower - I love the way you connect with people in your photographs. A stunning collection of images Kat – beauty and truth. Here’s to an amazing 2016 xxJanuary 4, 2016 – 12:11 am

Natalie - Beautiful work, Kat! NxxJanuary 4, 2016 – 5:46 pm

Anneli Marinovich - What a year 2015 was! Amazing set of images Kat. :-)January 4, 2016 – 7:34 pm

Emilie White - Love it hun. Such a gorgeous set, so much love and emotions. Awesome year.January 5, 2016 – 1:47 pm

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WEDDING // Adele & Ant’s Outdoor, Rustic Paper Mill Hawkhurst Wedding

Outdoor weddings make this photographer’s heart beat that little bit faster.  And can you blame me? There’s something amazing about two people making their vows to one another under a forest canopy; no sound save for the rustling of the trees in the breeze, and the words which you speak.

I was so completely honoured to photograph Adele & Ant’s incredible wedding. It was my favourite kind of days: beautiful, chilled out and full of joy.  Adele looked perfect in her wedding dress (made from vintage Quaker fabric!) and there wasn’t a dry eye in the house during Ant’s speech.

Thank you to Yolande de Vries for shooting this one with me, and a big thank you to Adele & Ant for being the best kind of people. Lots of love.

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I love photographing photographer’s weddings.  I always explain to my couples beforehand that the nicest light for portraits is a small window shortly before sunset. And, though I don’t know why, this always seems to be right when the meal is in full swing.  Most of my couples are really great about this and are happy to finish up their course to pop out for 10 minutes or so, though I’m never ever pushy about it (food is very important to me too, I’m not even going to lie).  But with photographers as clients, even before you can whisper “golden hour”, they’re putting down their knives and forks and are ready to go. And I’m so grateful, because you get light, and photos, like the one above.

Emma & Ryan got married in the amazing Trill Farm in Devon. I love this venue for so many reasons, all of which you can see for yourself in the photos that follow.  I also love Emma & Ryan’s style – from the gorgeous 2 piece dress Emma wore, to the amazing decorations in the barn.  That brilliant fabric backdrop? Handmade by Emma.  As for the favours – photographs of each guest as a child – how bloody incredible. Don’t you just love the guest’s reactions?!

Thank you so much you guys, for being really ace clients to work with.   All throughout the day, come rain or shine (or a collapsing ceremony floor 10 minutes before KO), you were just amazing. xx

Katharine Peachey - What a lovely wedding all perfectly captured of course. Beautiful tones and colours. xNovember 19, 2015 – 6:26 pm

Heidi - Beautiful, awesome job Kat, as always. I love the hue of your greens. Also LOVE the brides dress, stunning girl xNovember 19, 2015 – 8:14 pm

Charlotte Bryer-Ash - Kat these images are beautiful! What an incredible location for a ceremony! xNovember 30, 2015 – 6:20 pm

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WEDDING // Jodie & Sean’s Borough Market London Wedding

I was so chuffed when Jodie & Sean asked me to shoot their wedding. I’d been to Borough Market a million times before (there was a point in time when I would make a special twice monthly pilgrimage for a certain chorizo ciabatta), but never in a million years thought I’d be shooting there.  And I’m so glad I did – with it’s big open space surrounded by natural light and foliage, it’s an absolute photographer’s dream.  Not to mention Jodie & Sean had it decorated perfectly, with area rugs and twinkling ambient lighting.

What can I say about Jodie and Sean themselves? These guys were so much fun.  When my coverage ended, as I wheeled my camera bag away, I could overhear tourists huddled outside wondering how they could get in to what was clearly an immense party.

Thank you so so so much guys for having me along. It was epic. xxx

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When your friend and fellow photographer asks you if you want to shoot their wedding in the wilds of Scotland, you say yes. Yes, yes, a million times yes.

Jenna & Byron got married on a beach on the west coast.  Point yourself out to sea, and, save for the Isle of Rum, the next bit of land you hit is Newfoundland. It could have rained, it could have poured. But it didn’t. The sun shone on them all day, and the sun couldn’t have come out for better people.  I have never met two people so sure of the road they were about to take.

Big thanks to Karen Flower for the road trip and for shooting this one with me, and a massive thank you to Jenna & Byron, for having us along. It was an honour. Love you guys.


Anneli Marinovich - Wow, what a setting! Gorgeous work Kat. xOctober 27, 2015 – 12:56 pm

Karen Flower - What a truly fabulous wedding this was – Jenna and Byron make a gorgeous couple. I absolutely loved working with you and being part of this amazing day. xxOctober 27, 2015 – 1:24 pm

Becky Male - Wow – loved the shot of the guys in the sea! Also loved the balck & white couple portraits of Jenna & Byron on the beach – brilliant photography Kat and Karen – brilliant location for a wedding. Huge Congrats to the lovely, happy couple.October 27, 2015 – 2:05 pm

Johanna - Just wow. Loved seeing these. What a gorgeous day. Congratulations Jenna & Bryon and beautiful photography Kat and Karen. Jo xxOctober 28, 2015 – 7:11 am

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