Essex Wedding Photographer – Barry Paffey

Barry Paffey Photography photographed over sixty weddings in 2015 and it was by far my best year since turning professional, which is is fantastic! During 2015 I photographed at many Essex Wedding Venues including, Stock Brook Country Club, Newland Hall, Down Hall Country House Hotel, Leez Priory, Gosfield Hall, Hedingham Castle and many more. With more than fifty thousand images to chose from it was difficult to put together a slideshow which included every wedding I photographed, so I have simply chosen some of my favourites. Apologies if I photographed your wedding and it’s not included in the slideshow. Looking forward 2016 is already looking very busy and I am delighted to be continuing on from where I left off last year. Please note, this slideshow includes music so if you are viewing at work you may want to turn the sound down or off. Please feel free to look around this blog for more examples of my work by simply using the search facility to look for your chosen wedding venue.  You can also look at my wedding photography website where more information about prices and availability can be found. If you are looking for an Essex Wedding Photographer and would like to come and see me to discuss your requirements and view my sample wedding albums then please do use the contact form here.

Back in June I photographed my first African Wedding at Stock Brook Country Club near Stock in Essex for Chipo and Farai. To say this was a colourful wedding would be an understatement! Having never photographed an a African Wedding before I had no idea what to expect and I was pleasantly surprised by the spectacle of it all. Not only did the bride and groom look fantastic but virtually everyone who attended looked fantastic too.

Marks Hall Wedding venue near Coggeshall in Essex is one of my favourite backdrops for a wedding and back in May I photographed the wedding of Becki and Brad at this prestigious Essex Wedding Venue. Becki and Brad were married at St Andrews Church, Boreham by the minister there Lee Batson, who has to be the most likeable minister I have ever met.  Lee has a very friendly and open manner and I’m sure if more ministers were like him Churches would be full to the rafters every Sunday.  Anyway, suffice it to say the wedding was a lovely occasion very much enjoyed by all who attended.

  • Rosalind kemp - I quite agree with the commentsame about Lee -he makes stressful times easier.