Maria Hedengren is a well-established wedding photographer in Finland, having been in the industry since 2008. This countryside wedding from Finland is filled with inspiring portraits and an interwoven story that is inspired by nature.
Janine and Karl hosted their Humanist Ceremony at the enchanting Errol Park Estate in Scotland during the height of Spring. With the gardens in bloom at this historic setting, the bride and groom blended their families the best way they knew how: with love, laughter, and a wee dram of whiskey.
Angelica Braccini is a familiar face within the Way Up North community, and this Italian photographer’s work speaks for herself. This particular wedding from Wales caught our eye as it exemplified Angelica’s pure journalist view of the reality.
Chris Denner is a creative based in England. Amongst the various outlets he is involved with, wedding photography is definitely one of his strengths. He’s turned his creativity inwards during this time of self-isolation and began a fantastic self-portrait series, which he chats with host Cole Roberts about in this episode.
The third instalment from our intrepid mind explorer, Oli Sansom, is ready. Pro tip when you go through this – click the image, make it large, read it start to finish. The level of though Oli is unloading in this series is outrageous. Enjoy today’s edition!
Sandra Åberg and her partner in crime and photography Joe Marra decided to do something to help the community of photographers. Joe is a lawyer who quit his job to pursue the world of wedding photography with Sandra. Together, they’re offering sound legal help to our community.
Europe’s Best Wedding Videographer at the Way Up North Awards has highlighted the talents within the European scene of filmmakers. This contest wasn’t easy to win, and Maru Films from the Netherlands has come out on top in the 2019 edition!