Yeah, so I’m just being a big old show off now (am I boring you yet?!) but I got featured in yet another magazine this month!
Huge thanks to the guys at Get Married Magazine for picking me as one of their ‘Best Loved Blogs’ (and all you little kittens who miss the ‘old look’ Rock n Roll Bride can see my old logo/header again – the feature was put together a few months ago, before my rebrand, these things take time to get to real life print!)
The magazine is available in stores across America so thanks to Get Married Magazine for winging a copy to me in Blighty. Exciting!
The photo used was taken by This Modern Life Photo
I was honoured and super-duper excited to be interviewed for Eco Beautiful Weddings Fall 2010 edition. The magazine is now online so head over and check me out on page 32-35!
The article also includes some of my favourite wedding images from Eliza Claire, Kyle Hepp, Wildberry Studio & Design, David McNeil, Emma Case, One Love Photo and Made u Look Photography!
Huge thanks to editor Katie Martin for choosing me to interview for this issue
When I realised this month’s issue of Photo Pro Magazine would be the twelfth featuring little old me I got all contemplative. Wow, I’ve been writing for this awesome photography magazine for over a year – not only where has the time gone, but seriously how much has changed in that time!? Lots I tell you!
I wanted to make this article sort of a ’round up’ style feature - i.e. what have I learnt over this past 12 months and how have I put it into practice. One of the things I’ve totally loved (and I think most of you have enjoyed seeing) are my photo shoots. I also wanted to give an almighty shout out to the girls involved in this epic shoot with the article too.
When I told people I was going to be featured in this month’s Sew Magazine (out in shops tomorrow), the usual reaction I got was a screwed up face and a look of confusion. “Sew magazine? but you don’t sew!” Well no my dears I don’t but I’ve always wished I was a bit more crafty and if we were to plan our wedding again, I know I’d be making some terrible attempts at diy-ing the lot. However after receiving my shiny new copy in the post this morning, I have to say I feel positively converted. I’m seriously not just sayingthis (because I’m in it!) but this April issue, a Special Occasions Special, is literally fit to bursting with fabulous wedding diy and craft ideas. From making cute little stitched thank you ‘cards’ out of mismatched fabric, to making your own dress – from adorable fascinator ideas and even a tutorial foryour own veil (and we all know how expensive a cathedral veil is to buy – ouch!) - this magazine would be an absolute god send to any bride lacking inspiration in the do-it-yourself department.
And to top it all off…yes I’m in it! Apparently Rock n Roll Bride is the place to go on the web for unique and quirky wedding ideas (thanks you!) and I’m honoured to be included as some sort of expert in this bible for all things craft.
The best thing about writing for Photo Pro magazine, except obviously squealing everytime I see a copy in WH Smith, is the reaction of my subjects when I show them a copy.
Oh my goodness! Han and I are freaking out. We can’t wait to see it for real and would DIE for a copy. If you can’t swing it, the scans at least would be so cool.
Yep, they are right to freak out. The images look amazing in print don’t they?
It doesn’t get tired seeing your name in real-life print! I am loving writing my monthly article for Photo Pro Magazine and being able to share some of my favourite photographers with the world. This month I not only shared a magazine with Katie Price who is on the front cover (she’s a big deal here in the UK – unfortunately!) but I was able to write about the amazing MangoRED. Long term readers of Rock n Roll Bride will know how fanatical I am about Ryan & Randall’s work. I love them! Ok…so, without further ado let’s get on with this show… Continue reading