So there I was in my studio in front of my computer, listening to some music containing echoes of my past, whilst gazing at photos of Isobel and Tim's wedding through tear-stained eyes...

Photographing weddings can be a funny old game sometimes. Weddings are such emotionally-charged events, that some of that depth of feeling will inevitably cover you, rub off on you, and enter your soul via some weird emotional osmosis. As a photographer, weddings are also unusually intimate - there you are, spending a whole day not only with a couple whom you've only met briefly once or twice before, but also with all their friends, family and people who they love, trust and have known all their lives. And then there's you, the photographer, documenting all of these people, their actions, behaviour, their emotions...it's a uniquely privileged position of trust you find yourself in.

No wonder that I felt a little emotional the day after. As well as carrying camera gear around all day, you also find yourself carrying all the emotions from the day before as well. In the case of Isobel and Tim though, these emotions were of joy, love and happiness. Hopefully these photos echo the depth of emotion felt on that day, and long after.