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Belle Epoque Wedding Photography // Hayley and Tim

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Wedding at The Belle Epoque

Nearly three years passed between the first time I shot a wedding at The Belle Epoque and the next wedding I photographed. In March 2016 I shot Steph and Gary’s intimate wedding then, like buses, two more came along in a week. I shot Hayley and Tim’s Belle Epoque wedding photography in June a week before my third 2016 Belle Epoque wedding a week later. However, I was very much looking forward to returning to one of the most unique wedding venues in Cheshire. The Belle Epoque is a terrific venue for a wedding, intimate and dark, it has its own unique look and feel. It’s also a superb restaurant and haunt of many a celebrity, so it’s easy to see why Hayley and Tim booked their wedding at the Belle Epoque.

Hayley got ready at her house before making her way to The Belle Epoque where Tim was patiently waiting at the top of the aisle. As you’ll see from the photos below, Belle Epoque wedding photography is pretty challenging. The Nikon’s coped admirably though and as soon as Hayley and Tim had said their ‘I do’s’ it was out into the gardens for the wedding reception.

Tom Seals

The guests were entertained by the superb Tom Seals whilst enjoying champagne in the Belle Epoque grounds. Tom Seals is one of the leading jazz pianists in the country and he is astonishingly talented. Performing alongside Tom was Sam Healey on Sax. Sam also perform with leading Manchester wedding band The Rush (who I am working with quite a few times this year) and the combination of the Tom and Sam was amazing. If you’re looking for musicians for your wedding day they check out Tom Seals. Easily one of the most talented musicians I have ever seen perform.

After the reception in the gardens and the wedding breakfast the guests enjoyed the speeches before Hayley and Tim made the most of the low sun over Knutsford as we made our way out for some natural couple photos. Before I knew it, it was time for the first dance at Hayley and Tim’s Belle Epoque wedding. However, it wouldn’t be long before I would be back for some more Belle Epoque wedding photography as I returned a week later to shoot Julia and Jo’s wedding (which is coming to the blog soon!)

So here’s Hayley and Tim’s Belle Epoque wedding photography. Music by COLLEAGUES, photos by me…

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The Belle Epoque, 60 King Street, Knutsford WA16 6DT.

Belle Epoque wedding photography James Tracey © 2016

White Hart Inn Lydgate // Madaleine and Danny

Madaleine and Danny’s booked me for their wedding at The White Hart inn Lydgate and the day was somewhat unusual for me, with not one, but two services before we all went up to the White Hart for their wedding reception. The day started with the wedding service at Chadderton Town Hall, a building I knew well (at least from the outside) as I spent the majority of my career in the Police working in Chadderton. What I didn’t know is that inside is a beautiful room where the wedding services take place. Madaleine arrived and the service was full of emotion and even included an appearance by their baby daughter Sophia (who just didn’t want to miss out on the celebrations!)

After the wedding we all made our way to a Church in Lees for a second service as Madaleine and Danny were blessed in their family church. With a handful of formals snapped before the service took place the guests all made their way up to The White Hart in Lydgate, Saddleworth for the reception. On our way we stopped off Mr and Mrs Atherton joined me on Atherton Street for a couple of quick photos, for obvious reasons!

I love White Hart Lydgate weddings as I live less than a mile from the venue (I could even pop home for my dinner if I wanted to). It’s a tradional pub with a large, modern reception room and plenty of outdoor space that was well used for Madaleine and Danny’s reception as the weather was amazing. However, this is Saddleworth and the weather quickly changed during the speeches. With some lightly directed couple photos in the bag it was soon the first dance and time to put the cameras away and have a well earned Rekorderlig!

So here’s Madeleine and Danny’s wedding at the White Hart Inn Lydgate.

If you want to see more check out Katy and Jon’s White Hart lydgate wedding photography here.

White Hart Inn Lydgate

The White Hart Hotel, 51 Stockport Rd, Lydgate, Saddleworth OL4 4JJ. 01457 872566

Newton Hall Wedding Photographer // Michelle and Matt

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Newton Hall Wedding Photographer

This wedding was a little more personal than most. I’ve known Matt for over 15 years as we’ve played football together, hit the town, been gym buddies and we’ve travelled together (well, if lad’s holidays to Malia, Magaluf and Kavos count) so it was awesome to be asked to be his Newton Hall wedding photographer for his November wedding to Michelle.

It always adds a bit more pressure when photographing a friend’s wedding, you always want to do a great job but when it’s a mate I just add more pressure on myself to deliver.  On top of that, I pretty much knew all of the guests too, most of whom were seeing me in action for the first time since my career change. No pressure then!

I really wanted to nail this one as Matt is one of the nicest people you could ever meet.  No one, ever, has had a bad word to say about him. No one. Even when we played Sunday league football together in some of the dodgier parts of West Yorkshire, even the opposition players all seemed to like him (less so me). He’s that guy that everyone loves and in Michelle he’s found his perfect match. Michelle hails from Sunderland which explains why I was back as a Newton Hall wedding photographer for the second time in 2014 (the first being for Esther and Ben’s summer wedding). It’s a brilliant venue, stylish and modern with a team that are fantastic at what they do and I can now say the food is absolutely superb too, having stuffed my face during the wedding breakfast.

Michelle had really worked hard to style the wedding and you could tell, the venue looked amazing. The addition of the light up love letters supplied by Coco Luminaire looked amazing in the service room and really added something special to the service  and later on, the wedding breakfast and first dance. I’m a big fan of light up letters (although they did make me a little warmer than usual at the top of the aisle). On top of that, Michelle had styled the tables beautifully making the reception room easily the best one I’ve seen. Check out the images below and you’ll see exactly what I mean. I reckon Michelle should be a wedding stylist!

With rubbish weather sweeping in off the nearby North Sea, we were locked in to the venue, so almost every shot was done inside (we made a brave effort to head outside but that lasted about 2 minutes), so out came the off camera flash guns for the Vanity Fair shot of the bridal party, a cracking photo that always gets a lot of interest as I set it up. Not being biased (well, maybe I am a little bit), but I think this one is definitely the best one I’ve done this year!

Like all weddings, it was all over too quick, so here’s Michelle and Matt’s Newton Hall wedding photography. Music by Of Monsters and Men, photos by me….

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Newton Hall, Newton by the Sea, Northumberland NE66 3DZ. 01665 576239

The Principal Hotel Manchester // Kate and Chris

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Principal Hotel Manchester Wedding Photography

“They’ll be a death at this wedding.” Yep, a real quote from Kate and Chris’ wedding day. I’ll come back to that pearl of wisdom shortly. In 2013 I shot Laura and Adam’s wedding in Manchester city centre and I must have done something right as Laura’s bridesmaid (and also Adam’s sister) Kate booked me to shoot her Principal Hotel Wedding Photography. It was also nice to see plenty of the same bridesmaid’s faces again during the bridal preparation. I knew the girls pretty well after Laura’s wedding and they knew what to expect from me, so I was confident this was going to be a great wedding.

Kate and Chris had their wedding at The Principal Hotel on Oxford Road in Manchester. The Principal Hotel (well the Refuge Association Building as it was originally known) was designed by Alfred Waterhouse who famously designed Manchester Town Hall and The Natural History Museum in London. It’s easy to see the similarities in the hotel to The Town Hall and it’s a fantastic venue for a wedding. The reception was held in The Tempus Bar before Kate and Chris headed out onto the streets of Manchester for the couple photos. With the couple more than up for some gritty urban shots we found an Invader before I decided to get a shot of Kate and Chris on the junction of Oxford Road. Totally committed to getting the shot, I dodged the oncoming traffic and ran into the road as the lights changed red. Whilst Kate and Chris were safely on a traffic island one or two drivers gave me a blast on their horns and one more ‘senior’ passer angrily pointed out that “They’ll be a death at this wedding.” Luckily Kate and Chris thought this was hilarious and thankfully she was very wrong.

There was some cool Graffiti near to The Principal Hotel which made the perfect backdrop to some more couple photos before we returned for the speeches and the first dance. It was good to see the chaps from The Live Lounge Duo again who were just as brilliant as the first time I worked with them. They’re a brilliant duo who filled the dance floor and I’m looking forward to working with them later this year at a wedding at Middleton Grammar School.

So here’s Kate and Chris’ Principal Hotel Manchester Photography. Music by Saint Motel photos by me…

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The Principle Hotel,  Oxford Street, Manchester M60 7HA. 0161 288 1111

2014 // The Best Bits…

So that was 2014. Another incredible year. I’ve shot 46 weddings, all different, all unique, all amazing. I’ve traveled over 7143 miles to Scotland, North Wales, Yorkshire, The Lake District, Northumberland, London and Ibiza. The Nikon’s have fired their way through 64438 photos. I’ve worked in castle’s, country houses, a working metal works, boutique hotels, a swimming pool, on a bowling alley, on the beach, country pubs, town halls, tipis and on Concorde. Every wedding has been different and I’ve been so lucky to have worked with relaxed, creative, and most importantly, fun couples throughout 2014. Without you guys I wouldn’t get to do what I love and I can’t thank you all enough for asking me to tag along on your day. It’s you guys who make me look good!

I’m already excited about 2015, I’ll be back at some of my favourite venues, taking in a bunch of new and exciting places all over the UK and there may even be a trip abroad for something very exciting

It’s been tough to choose the best bits of 2014, but after much deliberation, here’s a hand picked selection of my favourite wedding photos. I hope you like them too!

 

 

 

Healds Hall Hotel Wedding Photographer // Claire and Chris

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Healds Hall Hotel Wedding Photography

I love shooting the weddings of my friends, so I loved it when Claire and Chris asked me to be their Healds Hall Hotel wedding photographer at the end of August. I’ve known Chris, or as I really know him, Lenny, since we started playing in the same five a side team back in 2005. Chris was our star goal keeper and as I have somewhat dubious footballing abilities, he regularly saved my skin after some of my (regularly) questionable defending. Since we became friends I’ve also used Chris in his more professional capacity to provide carpets for me. In fact I can drop a shameless plug in here for his and the best man Ryan’s company The Carpet and Vinyl Showroom, as they do a cracking job at a great price, so much so plenty of my friends and family have also used them!

In fact, it was whilst fitting carpets that he met Claire, who was the daughter of one of his clients. In between expertly re-fitting her parent’s house he also managed to chat Claire up and the rest is, what do they say, history. Since then they’ve had Jess and after about 8 years Chris finally popped the question. I was absolutely delighted to be asked to shoot their day, especially as Chris explained that they wanted to keep the day personal and only use suppliers they know. Which leads onto why they chose their wedding venue, Healds Hall Hotel in Liversedge as Claire used to work there and has remained great friends with all the staff. So much so that it was like the staff were guests too and everything felt like one big house party all day long! Surrounded by a cracking group of people, with stunning weather and a best man’s speech that had me streaming with tears of laughter behind the cameras, this was a brilliant wedding and I loved every minute of it.

Here’s Claire and Chris’ day, music by Wild Club, photos by me…

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Healds Hall Hotel, Leeds Road, Listing Drive, Liversedge, West Yorkshire WF15 6JA. 01924 409112

Aston Hall Wedding Photography // Kelsey and Ben

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Aston Hall Wedding Photography

Back in 2008 I went to my first wedding at Aston Hall, near Sheffield, as an usher for my friend John, so I knew it was a cracking venue when Kelsey and Ben booked me to shoot their Aston Hall wedding photography back in August.  A few things have changed since my last visit (mainly my hairline) but Aston Hall is still a beautiful wedding venue just outside of Sheffield, especially in the glorious summer sunshine. Kelsey and Ben were mega-chilled about their wedding photography and it was a wedding where I already knew a lot of the guests, as I’m friends with Kelsey’s brother John.

It was a relaxed day, with the wedding service and reception taking place at Aston Hall and I got a bit of wedding gold during the bridal prep when Kelsey’s dad saw her in her wedding dress for the first time, he just couldn’t quite hold it together. They were pretty much the only tears of the day though as it was all fun from that point on. A handful of family formals were quickly dispatched before the I got the couple photos in the bag leaving Kelsey and Ben to enjoy the day with their guests and a few bottles of Peroni. Just like 2008, the staff at Aston Hall ran the day perfectly, with everything running bang on time.

So here’s the day, with music by Rita Ora, photos by me…

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Aston Hall Hotel, Worksop Road, Aston, Nr Sheffield, S26 2EE. 0114 287 2309

Whinstone View wedding photographer // Lara and Brad

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Wedding Photography at Whinstone View

Last year, back in May, I had 3 weddings in 4 days and I thought that was challenging. This year I went one better. 4 weddings in 4 days, kicking off when Lara and Brad asked me to be their Whinstone View wedding photographer up near Middlesbrough. The day started with a very pleasant drive up the A1 to Lara’s parents in Yarm. If you’ve never been to Yarm, it’s a lovely little town but I can only say I’d heard of it as it was famous in my generation for Tall Trees nightclub, which had an almost mythical reputation as the greatest nightclub in the UK during the late 90’s and early 00’s.

Purpose Built Wedding Barn

So putting aside my lack of knowledge about Yarm I arrived at Lara’s parents for the bridal preparation. The church service was nearby before we all made our way to the reception at The Whinstone View Bistro. A new venue for me with a huge new purpose built barn, specifically built for their weddings. Considering it was a new building, they’ve done a cracking job of making it look like it’s been there for years and if you’re after a wedding with big numbers (like this one with over 150 people) then Whinstone View is ideal. As with all weddings, the day flew by with the guests enjoying a drink in the sun, none more so than the best man. To this day I’m still not sure how he managed to do his speech, but credit to him, he was the funniest drunk best man I’ve seen in 2014!

So here’s their day, music by Newton Faulkner, photos by me…

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Whinstone View Bistro, B1292, Great Ayton, Middlesbrough TS9 6QG. 01642 723285

All Star Lanes Manchester Wedding // Neil and Ryan

Gay Wedding in Manchester

Neil and Ryan’s wedding was my first gay wedding in Manchester, at a venue I’ve worked at a couple of times before, All Star Lanes in The Great Northern. Same sex couples have been able to enter into a civil partnership since 2005, however back in March the law in England was finally changed to make same sex marriage legal in England, allowing same sex couples to enjoy the benefits of marriage, which are slightly different from that of a civil partnership.

All Star Lanes Wedding

Neil and Ryan had decided to have their wedding at All Star Lanes in Manchester and found me after seeing the styled photo-shoot I did with Jean Jackson Couture last year. Neil’s a proper northerner, hailing from near Middlesbrough whereas Ryan was born in Canada. Having both settled in Manchester they decided to get married in the city centre and they were very keen not to have anything too traditional, or in Ryan’s words ‘boring’, leading them to All Star Lanes where they were going to get married stood on a bowling alley. Safe to say that it wasn’t traditional or boring!

1950’s Themed Diner

All Star Lanes Manchester is a very cool 1950’s themed diner, but boy is it dark. I mean really dark. Coupled with my dislike of flash (which blows any documentary photography right out of the water) there was only one thing for it, to go with prime lenses and really high ISO. For the photographers out there, most of these shots were taken at 6400 ISO on my Nikon D800 using a rented Nikon 24mm 1.4G ED. It was the first time I had used this lens and it is absolutely stunning. It’s become the number one lens on my kit wish list, at £1500 it’s not cheap but based on how good it was for this wedding I’m certain it won’t be long until it’s added to my kit bag!

Low Summer Sun

Even though this was a July wedding, and the week before had been glorious sunshine, come the wedding day huge thunderstorms were forecast right after the wedding service at 6pm. To combat this we decided to grab a handful of couple photos before the service and as we walked back into All Star Lanes the rain started. The early couple photos seemed like a great idea as the clouds darkened and the rain started to pound down. However, I have no idea what happened in the 20 minutes during the service, as Neil and Ryan mingled with their guests the sun was out and it was out in force. So we quickly headed back out into the city and made the most of the long shadows the sun was casting over the streets. A great call it was too as I managed to get one of my favourite photos of the year as Neil and Ryan walked down St John Street with the low sun casting their shadows behind them.

So here’s Neil and Ryan’s day, music by HAIM, photos by me…

 

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All Star Lanes, The Great Northern, 235 Deansgate, Manchester M3 4EN. 0161 871 3600

Chester Lakes Wedding Photography // Laura and Gareth

Chestre Lakes wedding photography

Holy Ascension Church Wedding

Sun. Lakes, Tipi’s and a former detective turned Reverend. Do you need anything more for a wedding? Laura and Gareth’s day had all of this and more for thier Chester Lakes wedding photography. I arrived and met up with Laura for the bridal prep. After the prep photos were in the bag, I went off to the Holy Ascension Church in Upton to meet Gareth and the Reverend David Sayle. Rev. Sayle was very relaxed about wedding photography, givinge me unrestricted access to his church which was much appreciated. It turned out that we were both former police officers with Rev. Sayle being a detective in Merseyside Police before his very dramatic career change.

Chester Lakes wedding Photography

The wedding service was followed by easily the best confetti explosion of the year and we then made our way over to Chester Lakes for Laura and Gareth’s reception. They’d decided to have Tipi’s which was a first for me and they certainly look pretty cool for a wedding reception, totally different to anything I’ve worked in before. With glorious sunshine I got plenty of opportunity for documentary photos whilst the guests enjoyed the weather and Prosecco. Laura and Gareth joined me for 20 minutes for their Chester Lakes wedding photography before their fantastic speeches. After the wedding breakfast I took the bridesmaids, best men and ushers out for some informal, fun, groups photos before the first dance, which could well be my best first dance images of the year so far!

So here’s Laura and Gareth’s Chester Lakes wedding photography, music by Florence and The Machine, photos by me…

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Chester Lakes, Church Road, Dodleston Chester, United Kingdom CH4 9LQ. 07892 924369