I've known Andrew since we were about 9 years old and I first moved over to Wetherby from Manchester. I distinctly remember one of my first days in the new school in a new town being a freezing cold snow whipped day spent pushing giant balls of snow around the playing fields. Who would have thought then that more than 20 years later I'd be photographing his wedding to the beautiful Sheena.
They chose to get married in the stunning Sandburn Hall on the outskirts of York. Never have I seen such a light filled ceremony room. If I could shoot weddings there every week it would be an absolute dream. Fortunately in this day and age cameras can pull a good shot out of a dingy poorly lit church but having this much daylight streaming through giant glass windows made the wedding an absolute joy.
Sheena got ready just down the road from Sandburn Hall in the Griffon Forest Lodges which would make an ideal getaway. I was shocked at just how far into the woods you had to drive to even reach the reception, never mind the lodges themselves. Then it was onto the ceremony in the pouring rain. However my current dry streak of weddings continued and it cleared up to be a beautifully sunny day by the end. Enjoy the images!