SO it’s been a crazy one right? 

My 2020, or should I say our 2020 as we the members of this planet were all in this together. I started 2020 with hope and faith that I will get more than 30 weddings booked and will have a great third year in weddings. But it was all overturned. Yes, there were disappointments and frustrations, but also a chance to pivot my business into something else. Having done family photography and product photography, I turned to another genre of photography.


Personally being away for my family, alone in The Uk, i have been is a very different situation from most. Amount of times I wanted to hop on the plane and just travel back home are too many. I felt anxious for months as I was constantly thinking about my mother and my aunt who are at high risk.  I was not prepared for anything like this.  I have been away from my family for 16 years but this was different. Had all the support from my partner. Still feeling so alone and helpless as i could not go back home to look after them. Thank fully they all are doing well in all possible ways.

WEDDINGS IN 2020 in a nutshell

Some of the weddings that I really enjoyed this year : 

Will and Hollie’s wedding at the St James’s Church- Gerrads Cross.


Booking this wedding in 2019, I was really looking forward to kicking off my 2020 business year with Will and Hollie’s wedding at the St James church at Gerard cross. THIS WAS THE ONLY FULL DAY WEDDING IN 2020!


I loved every moment of the day. Will’s father who conducted the wedding was absolutely amazing. The entire day was filled with love and laughter and speeches that brought tears to my eyes. Hollie’s dress was the highlight of my day and so was the car she rolled into.

Birhan’s wedding at the old Marylebone Town hall, 


AND HERE IS WHERE IT ALL STARTED. A new era of weddings, a new way of living and adjusting to the new ‘normal’


A day before we went into lockdown. I was lucky enough to shoot Birhan’s wedding at the Old Marylebone town hall. We were just starting to learn how to social distance. That feeling of anxiousness whilst in public and on the underground was starting to sink in in a lot of us. The Wedding was a pretty small affair as only 15 people were allowed in the room. Talking to the management at the town hall, it seemed the weddings in march and months onwards were starting to postpone and cancel due to uncertainty.

Nikki and Paul’s weddings at the Beaconsfield Registry office


Nikki and Paul got married with even smaller number of guests…. only their parents. It was a really beautiful ceremony and we then went to The Waterside Inn,Ferry Road, Bray, Maidenhead


The day was so sunny and bright , perfect for a drink outdoors and a nice lunch .

Elise and Gisle’s weddings at the Danson House, Danson Park, Danson Road, Bexleyheath


Elise and Gisle are actually also doing their wedding vow renewals next year!. Which i really cannot wait for. I really had such a great time photographing this intimate affair at the Danson house, one of many small weddings i photographed , and the joy was just as vast for everyone present. We also had a live streaming on site for the families that could not attend the wedding. I am so honored I was the part of these beautiful moments even though the year did not turn out to be the way we desired.