One of my favourite things about England is the hidden magic that lies behind some of its walls. Cambridge and Oxford, in particular, are amazing at having hidden architectural gems just hidden away. Small wooden doors nestled in large stone walls, that open up into incredible colleges that feel like a movie set. You can, if you time it right, tour these colleges. But more often then not it seems, these buildings are closed to the public.
Places like Trinity College in Cambridge are still working colleges and they are still being used for the purpose they were built for, even 450 years later. In order to get married at Trinity College Cambridge, you usually need to have a connection to the school. In the case of Maria and Suli, this is because it’s Suli’s alma mater. Suli loved attended Trinity College, and to be able to bring all of his friends and family back for his wedding was incredibly special.
I loved shooting this wedding, from the magical architectural backdrop to being able to see two families, from opposite sides of the world come together. Maria and Suli- Thank you again for having me be apart of your incredible day, it was definitely one of my favourite weddings of 2019.