Adventure Session

Norfolk Adventure Session - Paula and Oliver

Adventure Session - Paula and Oliver

Let’s have a catch-up before I show off this incredible Norfolk Adventure Session! You’ll have probably seen me on Insta and bits and bobs on Facebook but I haven’t blogged in a while. In all honesty, COVID has put the brakes on my usual summer activities. This is including most of my work, and it’s been difficult to get into a good headspace to then get on here to write. I mean, I struggle to write anything coherent at the best of times so throw in a pandemic and it all goes to shit.

Anywaaaaaaay, here I am and honestly, I am happy to be here writing. As I sit, sipping coffee with the sun pouring in I am reminded of all the fun I have had this summer despite the lack of weddings. One main reason for this is my Adventure Sessions. I’ve been doing loads of them and I am stoked to see how so many of you are enjoying them. You lot and your support of my work keep me going with this career that I love and have missed this year. Smaller weddings are now going ahead and with a few in the pipeline, I cannot wait to share them with you. For now, I want to take you back to this scorching session with Paula and Oliver.

Norfolk Adventure Session

They booked an Adventure Session with me and my Film-making pal Tom Brown of Browns Films. We headed up to Overstrand, a stunning beach not far from Cromer. With the tide coming in, a gentle (like almost no) swell and sun beaming through a high haze we were in for a treat. I could try and write some clever stuff here but as mentioned I suck at it so I’ll leave you with the photos. Take a scroll through this gorgeous shoot and if you want to have your very own Adventure Session just get in touch!

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Charlotte and Randle - Sheringham Adventure Session

Charlotte and Randle - Sheringham Adventure Session

Where to begin? The C-word has kept us all in and I for one have been missing work, BIG TIME! I have also been missing the water. There’s something pretty magical about the sea and sunsets, things just feel different, better and I wanted to feel it again so I thought it was about time for an adventure! Recently, myself and Tom over at Browns Films took Charlotte and Randle on an Adventure session on the coast! You’ve all heard me rave about these sessions, honestly they’re a killer way to spend a couple of hours! Cold beers, good company, sunsets and swims! Not sure what could be better after being cooped up inside. Check out these two and this incredible evening on the Norfolk Coast! Tom’s film is at the end of the gallery so make sure to check it out.

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Lorna + Martin Adventure Session

Lorna + Martin  Norfolk Adventure Session

Sometimes, life throws you some lemons. Sometimes you try and make lemonade with said lemons and sometimes it just doesn’t bloody work. But sometimes…like this time, that turns out to be just what you needed. Lorna and Martin booked me a while back and we sorted out having a Norfolk Adventure session. What we decided was; Wild, windswept, atmospheric and awesome. So with that in mind, the North Norfolk coast was the destination for this shoot. Our first attempt included shit sea fog, a bank holiday no-show on availability in North Norfolk’s eateries and an odd experience in a Thai restaurant in the depths of Norfolk. Now, I am not saying this wasn’t mega fun, it was, but it wasn’t what we planned!! Food finished and ‘happy birthday’ sang to a stranger, we headed home.

Adventure session take two.

Take two on the shoot and the weather was most definitely in our favour. I picked them up and mentioned that as it was warm I would probably end up in the sea at some point during the shoot. Lorna grabbed some swim gear for her and Martin and we were off.

Lorna and Martin fly kites. Not like, little diamond ‘stuck in a tree’ kites but mega, ‘pull you off your feet and take you to France’ kites. After some good laughs and hair-raising (for me) moments, Lorna and Martin packed away the kites and wandered to the sea! An incredibly warm sun slowly began to fall beyond the horizon and we all mucked about on the beach and in the water. The tide was coming in and I could see it was getting deep enough for a swim. Lorna nipped off to get changed and Martin and I stood watching, waiting for the right time.

The sun finally fell and as it did the light hit the clouds in just the right way so as when you lay on the water facing the sky all that surrounds you is a pastel palette of pinks, yellows and warm blues and greens. I don’t know if there is a specific name for this effect but it only happens a few times a summer and I always race to the sea for a swim in this ethereal water. Luck had it that tonight I also got to shoot these two absolute legends enjoying it too! They both joined me in the water and well, you’ll see.

Hit the comments up!! Let me know what you think. Xx

Fun times ahead! Get in touch and let’s create something awesome!


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