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Gorgeous Guide Dogs

Here at James Crockford HQ we definitely don’t agree with the old saying “never work with children or animals” – in fact working with pets is fast becoming one of our favourite subjects to photograph. So when we were asked by Worcestershire Life magazine to pop along to the guide dogs for the blind association . If […]

Focus on…Bonne Fete

Every now and again on the James Crockford Photography website, we are going to use our blog to tell you about some lovely people we know, that we are proud to work with and our first interviewees are the lovely Bonne Fête – a company that provides affordable and unique wedding reception decorations and themes. […]

Man’s Best Friend

Here at James Crockford headquarters, we are lucky enough to share our work space with some great local businesses including the talents of one Andy Hartwell, managing director for Substrakt Ltd, a digital media and design agency. We’ll explain more about Andy and his business in another blog, but for this one we want to […]

Somerford Hall Wedding – Kat & Shane

The best thing about wedding photography is getting to be there for such an amazing occasion in people’s lives, and it is always a real pleasure to such an important part of it.  I particularly love getting to know the Bride and Groom, and it has been great fun getting to know Kat and Shane. […]

Isabel & Michael – Stoke Park Wedding

I love photographing weddings.  I suppose I should really, bearing in mind what I do, but either way it is always so good to be a part of a couple’s big day.  I have usually spent some time with them already – between the wedding consulation, pre-wedding shoot and various conversations I have a really […]

Belfry Wedding Show

Just spent a long but worthwhile day at the Belfry for a wedding fayre.  We love meeting brides (and the grooms, but to be honest the majority of the guys look like rabbits in the headlamps…), and we had some really good conversations with plenty of lovely brides today from across the West Midlands, getting […]