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BBC3 Pilot Looking for Engaged Couples

Posted: 12th October 2010

BBC3 Pilot Looking for Engaged Couples to Test Drive Their Marriage

Have you ever wondered how people view you as a couple? Would you like the chance to delve into somebody else’s engagement and see what they’re planning for their big day, and their future lives together?

So much focus goes into the wedding day that sometimes the big questions get buried beneath the flower arrangements and seating plans. We are looking for young couples who are interested in taking a voyage of discovery with their partner before the big day - an experience designed to give their marriage a better chance of lasting the course.

You need to have your wedding plans underway and be willing to explore your relationship with your partner. You will need to be open with one another about what you want from your life together – your strengths and weaknesses as a couple. You will also be interested in finding out more about what makes people’s relationships tick.

If you’re interested in taking part or just want to find out more in a confidential chat, then please email Jodie at jodie.wilcox@lovewest.co.uk or call 0117 906 4350

Love my Dress

Posted: 30th June 2010

Check out the "Love My Dress" blog - The UK Wedding Blog & Style Diary for Brides-to-be seeking

inspiration on all things glamorous, vintage & extremely very gorgeous!

Annabel has featured Naomi and Chris' wedding which I photographed in April this year. Click here to see the blog.

 

 

Sir Stirling Moss launches mobile chemo unit

Posted: 27th June 2010

Yesterday I photographed a charity polo game at Beaufort Polo Club. The event was in aid of Hope for Tomorrow, a charity working to help people affected by cancer. The charity's patron, Sir Stirling Moss was there along with Derek Bell to launch the charity's new mobile chemo unit.

The weather was fantastic, the champagne was flowing, everyone had a great time and most importantly lots of money was raised for the charity.

 

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