Category Archives: Wedding Photography

This Category showcases wedding photography throughout the Staffordshire county, all images in this wedding blog have been photographed by Ian France.

Here’s bit about Danny & Jemma’s Weston Hall Wedding How did you meet?Feb 2009 at The Junction Pub in Chasetown!! Hahahaha Classy! Tell me your proposal storyWe were in Stratford for the weekend celebrating my birthday (I thought) Daniel proposed to me on December 19th 2015 along the river in Stratford! We had been for […]

Statfold Barn Wedding Statfold barn railway is located on the rural edge of Tamworth in Staffordshire. The trust has recently started taking wedding bookings and I was delighted to be asked to shoot their initial wedding campaign. Wow what a venue it is too, so much potential for different style weddings and certainly has a […]

This was my first Pimhill Barn wedding so I was super excited to visit a new venue and it didn’t fail to deliver! From beer pong to the Bride in a leather jacket, Ross & Hannah pulled off a wicked wedding. Pimhill Barn gave them a blank canvas to work with, allowing them to create […]

Awesome year with lots of travel and fun couples. So a massive Thank You to all of my amazing clients for trusting me to capture your wedding both in and out of the Staffordshire area. Also a shout out to the incredible supporting wedding supplier network that made these weddings possible. Let’s smash it in […]

As a wedding photographer based in Staffordshire, I consider myself really lucky to have Cannock Chase on my doorstep and relish the opportunity to shoot there. As well as shooting some of my family lifestyle work there it’s a great place for an engagement session with a variety of backdrops and cool locations to work in. […]

I absolutely loved Dotty and Josh’s wedding at Packington Moor. One of the things that excites me about weddings is seeing how couples will theme and style their days, and boy did these two do an amazing job of nailing a rustic woodland theme. I loved the tiny details, the thought and sentimentality behind the […]