so, i’m philippa
if I were to sum up exactly what I do…
I’d say I photograph ordinary people in their happy place, be it on their wedding day or hanging out at home with their family.
weddings are the only time that you have everyone who is close to your heart, all in one place
i live in oxford with my gang
Alex, Edith and Betsy. We got married and had a mega family wedding and I can tell you, it really was the best bloody day ever! It’s the only time that you have everyone who is close to your heart, all in one place, where you can squeeze them all so hard and tell them how much you love them.
I also photograph my everyday, my kids and our adventures. This is how ‘The Motherhood’ was born. The Motherhood is a photography workshop which I run just for mums. It’s where I share my knowledge and help others find their creative vision.
press play to see what I got up to on my wedding day
the Oxford wedding blog
all things Oxfordshire wedding photography
I set up this blog as a go to place for couples getting married in Oxford and it’s surrounding areas. It’s where I share some ace things I’ve come across at weddings, and all the amazing hidden gems I’ve found in and around Oxford.
So we are in the UK after all… even in the hight of summer there is always of a massive chance of rain on your wedding day in this country! I know none of us want rain on our wedding day, and no one ever plans rain for their wedding, but if it does rain it’s always...
I caught up with Lynn from Lynn Tierney Ceremonies again, and asked her to share her top five tips on doing your own wedding ceremony. You may want to hold your wedding in an alternative location that means that you can't legally get married there... so you can...
If you're looking to have an alternative wedding ceremony or perhaps you'd like a ceremony on top of a mountain, but marriage restrictions in the UK mean that you can't, you may want to think about hiring a celebrant. I had a catch up with Lynn from Lynn Tierney...