I’ve photographed well over one hundred weddings but this one was by far the most special. The venue was perfect, the decor spectacular, but the main reason is that Aimée is my cousin.
Going back in time, we grew up spending most weekends either flying down her driveway in a go-cart, swimming or setting up a museum in a Wendy house, which I think also became a coffee shop at one stage. Having shared so much of our childhood together, it was extra special to see her as a beautiful woman, walking down the aisle to meet the man of her dreams.
Aimée and Gregg live in London and traveled to Cape Town to exchange vows at Babylonstoren, a quirky fruit and vegetable farm between Paarl and Franschoek. It was well worth the trip, this farm is amazing.
I met Gregg for the first time just a couple of days before the wedding and it is great to see how happy he makes Aimée.
Aimée and Gregg, I feel extremely honoured that you asked me to capture your big day and am really proud to have been a part of it. Enjoy the memories!