2019, let’s go!
January 09 , 2019 wedding

2019, let’s go!

With the new year under way, it’s an exciting time to look ahead and see what 2019 has in store for TJG Photography. 

This year got off to a start pretty quickly after the Christmas and New Year break with Laura and Matthews wedding covered on the 4th January (blog post coming soon!). It was a super chilly day but the winter sun offered some glorious opportunities for some couples portraits after the ceremony. I’m looking forward to my next wedding covering Sam & Darrens wedding at Hadlow Manor in February.

Laura and Matthew at Archbishops Palace in Maidstone

 It’s nice to get on top of things both editing wise as well as admin stuff for the year ahead and to complete the dreaded tax return! 2019 on paper will be my busiest year to date, but I’ve still got some room to squeeze in some bookings. I can’t wait to get out and about to meet couples that are booked in with me this year to run through their final wedding plans before their wedding day.

Get in touch if you’re looking for a wedding photographer.

I’m also really looking forward getting out on the road and meeting newly engaged couples looking for their wedding photographer, this is one of my favourite parts of what I do. It’s great to meet couples and see their excitement for their wedding day, even though their wedding plans are normally in the early stages of planning. This part is the start of their journey planning their wedding. It’s always great to offer help and support and point these couples to other wedding professionals should they need some recommendations. I’m currently meeting couples for 2019, 2020 and even 2021 so it’s never too early or late to get in touch to see if I have the date available.

You can contact me via my online form here, if you’re looking for your wedding photographer.

Thanks to all those who have booked me for 2019/20, I’m looking forward to another awesome year as a Kent Wedding Photographer.

Kelly and Graeme at The Great Barn Rolvenden

Thanks for dropping by and reading this,

Tim