Monthly Archives: May 2014

Deborah + Daniel’s Wedding Photography Highlights | St. John’s Knaresborough & Wood Hall, Wetherby [by Barnaby Aldrick]

Yesterday I joined to lovely Deborah & Dan for their wedding photography at at St John’s Church, Knaresborough & Wood Hall, Linton, in Yorkshire. Above is the slideshow of highlights from their big day, set to a soundtrack of tunes Debs & Dan love; John Legend’s ‘When it’s Cold Outside, Refuge’ (available to download in MP3 […]

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Nina + Paul’s Wedding Photography Highlights | Cripps Kitchen at Shustoke Farm Barns, Warwickshire [By Photographer Barnaby Aldrick]

Yesterday I joined Nina & Paul to photograph their wedding at Shustoke Farm Barns in Coleshill, Warwickshire! Check out the highlights slideshow above (or if you can’t see it here, check it out on vimeo.com here).  I’ve set it to two songs Nina & Paul love, Paul Weller’s ‘You Do Something To Me’ (available to […]

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Nina + Paul | Pre Wedding Photography at Cripps Shustoke Farm Barns, Warwickshire [by Wedding Photographer Barnaby Aldrick]

Yesterday I joined NIna & Paul at Shustoke Farm Barns in Warwickshire, for their pre-wedding practice photography and for a nosey around this Cripps Kitchen venue. The dramatic red brick, 18th-Century Barns are just east of Coleshill and about 20 minutes from the centres of Birmingham and Coventry. They’ve only recently been beautifully restored, and serve […]

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Anna + Neil’s Wedding Photography Highlights – Laskill House, Helmsley + The Pheasant, Harome [by Yorkshire Photographer Barnaby Aldrick]

Yesterday I joined Anna & Neil to photograph their beautiful, relaxed wedding at Laskill House near Helmsley and the reception at The Pheasant in Harome. Above is a highlights slideshow of their big day, set to their first dance, Melanie Gardot’s ‘One Day’ (downloadable in MP3 format here) & another tune they love by Toots […]

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