These images have been selected from past work and are some of my favourites.
David's Wedding at The Sheraton (Athlone)
I understand the importance of getting friends and family under one for a celebration.
Full disclosure, this was my cousins wedding in Ireland, I just love this picture. It means a lot to me.
All other pictures were taken at Wedding's and events I've DJ'd.
In the background is Steph's sister Beckie, and her husband Ed. I DJ'd their wedding in France on NYE 2008.
Wedding guests dancing behind my DJ equipment.
At the Raddisson Edwardian formerly the Free Trade Hall
Mark and Beckie - I'm playing their wedding August 2016 at Thornton Manor
Mark piggyback at his sisters wedding.
From Nina and Phil's wedding at Styal Lodge.
Karen and Jenny's Wedding
Chris and Flic's Wedding
Liverpool Racquet Club
Nat and Mark
Also from my cousins weddng in Ireland.
Cat Dirty Dancing
Cat learnt the Time of My Life lift on her Hen do.
Cat, with her feet back on the ground. At Didsbury House.
Great John Street - Garter Removal
Rivington Barn - All Day Wedding Host and DJ
Jiving at The Mere
Catherine and Pat's Wedding.
Thalia - she missed a One Direction concert for this wedding. That's commitment.
Erin about to get married at The Castlefield Rooms.
Taken just after I parked up at work
I'm stood right by the dancefloor...
...I see some great moments.
Full disclosure. I was a guest, the band had just pullled Ryan and Amy on stage to sing
Really close to the dancefloor, that's where I DJ.
Speeches mention, and this reaction.
That my equipment in the foreground.
When the stage is clear. Let's dance.
Dancing at Chester Zoo.
Jon (the groom) swinging the bridesmaid around.
You know they're fast by the hair.
Music and Friends.
Tithe Barn Wedding
Girls on one side, Boys on the other.
Didsbury House Wedding
I love that room.
On dad's shoulders.
I didn't set it up. That's not my style. But if people are enjoying themselves that much - I will take a picture.
Guest singing with Groovey Revolution.
How high we can throw the bridesmaid?
Mother of the brides face is brilliant.
Guard of honour.
Again, I was a guest, this is my cosuins wife Alana.
I often wonder about the time when dancing was more structured.
Wedding at The Midland
This is a reaction to a Michael Jackson party piece. If one your guests has a party piece - do let me know.
Evening guests arriving
I love the start of the night as the atmosphere is building.
Wave. I must be doing ok ;-)
Erin and Vinnie's wedding at The Castlefield Rooms
Shaking it like a Polaroid picture.
I was only playing it because I'd arrived early and eavesdropped the speeches. They was a story to match this song. I followed it with the Sisqo's - Thong Song - I'll say no more.
End of the night Conga.
Again, not set up by me, but if people do it, I will take a picture.
Throwing Paul around.
I'm doing Paul's brother Phil's wedding in 2016 - I'm hoping to see him return this favour.
Helen. She's awesome.
It's genuinely not very often that I 'get caught' taking pictures. I don't want to interrupt people. I don't want them to pose. Unless it's this pose.
You can see there's very few people looking at the camera in these picutres.
Picking his bride up.
Nat and Marks reaction to Paul's singing.
Speeches. One of my favourite parts of the day,
Love at Colshaw Hall.
I don't want people to think my weddings are non-stop madness. That simply isn't true. There's some carnage yes, but there's plenty of time for moments like this - a whole mixture of songs, pace and style.
Picking the groom up.
I just don't know.
Saori and her bridesmaids.
Wedding Photographer David Stubb's kindly showed me this technique. It improved my understanding of flash and ambient light balance. I'm truly grateful.
He used my camera, it's like a DigitalRev - Pro Tog, Cheap camera challenge. In his hands one still gets great results.
Moments like this.
Sandhole Oak Barn
#iPhoneOnly That lake is like glass.