After a coffee and chat at Goodwood Hotel, we headed up into the South Downs for Hayley and Dan’s Engagement Portrait shoot.
Black clouds, a clap of thunder and flashes of lightning didn’t bode well but we managed to dodge (most of) the rain.
Thanks for tolerating huge bees in the rapeseed field, vaulting over barbed wire fences and avoiding lots of sheep poo to make these pictures. We promise not to ask you do this type of stuff when you’re all dressed up on your wedding day (unless of course there’s the prospect of getting great images ;-)
They’ve chosen one of our favorite venues to celebrate their nuptials, Farbridge Barns on the West Dean Estate. Let’s hope there’s no thunder and lightning there in June.
One of the best parts of a prewedding shoot is getting to know the couple before the big day. Dan & Hayley were perfect. Enthusiastic, easy going and gorgeous together.
Have to say though I was a little disappointed to find out that Dan isn’t bringing his 1954 oval windowed VW Beetle to the wedding :(
Reminded us of our first cars; a ’66 Beetle and a ’67 Split screen camper. Happy days!