Yesterday I photographed Trefil Quarry with colleagues and friends. It is a spectacular location, with a desolate, otherworldly quality. The quarry is nestled at the edge of the beautiful Brecon Beacons, a few miles north of Tredegar. The found fossils and remnants from the filming of one of the Transformers movies…
As well as the Mars-like quarry, we walked a loop photographing the valleys and the open moorland with Pen Y Fan lurking in the background. Thanks to Andy Pearsall for the history and to Tim Collier for spotting the bird life. We saw Herons, Red Kites, Lapwings and Wheatears. It was a great day.
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I’m a professional wedding photographer based in the Bridgend, Cardiff and Swansea areas. I’ve been shooting wedding photography professionally for the last 12 years since I left university, where I studied photography. I studied photography for three years full time, so you can be assured I know how to take a great picture.
Apart of my wedding photography and freelance photography work, I also lecture in photography at university level. My work is widespread and has included everything from editorial to advertising, and studio to location over the years.
As I’m a Bridgend based wedding photographer, I’ve worked at most of the popular churches and reception venues and with lots of different wedding suppliers.
Feel free to contact me with any questions you might have, I’d love to hear from you.
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