Entries by Sarah Brabbin

…and now I can finish the Venice story!

I was holding out on you all…the Venice story wasn’t complete! Remember the beautiful Mary-Kate and Lee who modeled for us? Well… Lee only went and proposed on the last day of shooting, and Mary-Kate said YES!!! There wasn’t a dry eye in the house, and I was so happy for them. We immediately stopped […]

Barnsley Hospital Charity Heart Awards

Tonight I’ll be photographing the Barnsley Hospital Charity HEART Awards Barnsley Hospital Charity supports care that goes above and beyond, and the Heart Awards are held to recognise and celebrate this dedication from both staff and volunteers for all the hard work they do every year. I got involved because Carole Wickham of Wickham & […]

Being a Photojournalistic wedding photographer

 What is a photojournalistic photographer? Look through any National Geographic or Time magazine and you’ll see some amazing examples of “documentary” or “reportage” photography. The photographer has captured raw human emotions in a split second that reveal the true nature and feelings of that fleeting moment. I’m a photojournalistic wedding photographer – let me tell […]

Hoylandswaine church

I’ve been meaning to stop and get a photo of Hoylandswaine church for ages. It’s such a pretty church, and the kids have been busy making crosses for Easter adding to the colour. On my way to another shoot I took the opportunity to stop and get some photos and thought I’d share them with […]

Bridal shoot in Barcelona for Kate Fearnley

I’ve just had 4 amazing days in Beautiful Barcelona, two of which were for sight-seeing and the other for a shoot with Keith Moss for Kate Fearnley’s couture bridal collection. The team Our beautiful models were Louise Pridding and Joy Eaton, with fantastic makeup and hair provided by the very talented Anna Cordelia Mason The […]

Walkabout in Barcelona

While out in Barcelona for the bridal fashion shoot with Kate Fearnley  I took the opportunity to spend a day cramming as much sight-seeing in as I could. I’d always wanted to visit Gaudi’s amazing architectural wonders and finally had the chance, so I’d like to share them with you.

My family’s wedding photography of yesterday

Talk about a coincidence! Talking to my mum the other day about one of my closest friends getting married we got to talking about her wedding to my dad many moons ago. I’ll not say how many as she won’t be impressed. Anyway, it turns out that their reception was held where my friend is […]

A London trip to see my work in The Royal Albert Hall

Last year I was selected to take part in the Royal Photographic Society’s International Print Exhibition 157 The final 100 images selected from over 6500 entries from 72 different countries have been touring the UK since last year’s launch at the Greenwich Heritage Centre and this month sees the turn of the Royal Albert Hall […]

Beautiful wedding venue Rossington Hall

Rossington Hall  -what a venue! Next door to the Northern Racing College with its beautiful fireplaces and staircase, horse paintings and velvet furniture, this 19th Century Grade II listed stately home with 250 acre estate is in my opinion nothing short of fabulous. Purchased by its current owners in 2011, they have evidently taken a […]

Hodsock Priory Wedding Venue

Beautiful wedding venue Hodsock Priory in Nottinghamshire Just outside of Blyth, Hodsock Priory is a beautiful 19th century house and surrounding 800 acres of woodland, gardens and countryside, Hodsock Priory is famous across the world for its beautiful snowdrops that carpet the gardens. Today was a beautifully bright, crisp winter day – it was a […]

Sheffield Botanical Gardens Wedding Venue

Sheffield Botanical Gardens Just down the road from the Royal Hallamshire Hospital are Sheffield’s very own and very beautiful Botanical Gardens. Covering 19 acres, the gardens first opened in 1836 and have 15 different garden areas with collections of plants from all over the world providing beautiful colours all year round. One of the main […]