Simon O'Sullivan is one of Hampshire's most experienced photographers. A qualified, Master Photographer for over 10 years, Simon specialises in Wedding and Portrait photography covering a wide area in Hampshire. Berkshire, Surrey, Wiltshire and Buckinghamshire. Based in his studio in Yateley, Hampshire he offers a local expert photography service for customers within Yateley, Camberley, Sandhurst, Crowthorne, Wokingham, Bracknell, Blackwater, Hawley, Frimley, Eversley, Finchampstead, Hook, Mortimer, Shinfield, Reading, Maidenhead to name a few. Simon's Wedding photography style can be described as Reportage - capturing the story of your Special day in a non-intrusive way. Catching the shots that evoke the emotion and spirit of the day. He will work with you and your guests professionally and swiftly to capture happy and fun group shots. When you visit Simon's Studio in Yateley, he will offer you a warm welcome. His portrait photography is relaxed and informal for families, children, couples and for model portfolios. You will always have quality photographs by a leading Wedding Photographer; Simon O'Sullivan, Master Photographer.

Posted on Feb 01, 2013
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Englemere WeddingFlowers at Englemere Weddings at Englemere Dinning Room at Englemere

One of Berkshire’s best kept secrets, this quintessentially English country house is set in 12 acres of wooded, landscaped gardens. It is the perfect wedding venue for a Master photographer. Both outdoor and indoor photo opportunities, with great lighting for photographing wedding flowers and the stunningly decorated rooms. A venue like this goes to prove it is possible to have a wonderful wedding day in the winter months.

Posted on Feb 01, 2013
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Photographer The ElvethamWedding at the Elvertham Helicopter

What an entrance!! The Bride and Groom arriving at The Elvetham Hotel in Hampshire in a helicopter- a stunning 19th Century mansion located near Reading and Basingstoke. You’ll see the Toast Master in the background waiting expectantly for the helicopter to land. It was a super way to start the reception at this rather wonderful hotel. The grounds and hotel are truly beautiful – definitely a top hat Wedding!

Posted on Feb 01, 2013
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Amazing Wedding Cake Weddings at Foxhills Foxhills Wedding photographer

Foxhills Hotel and Resort, near London and Heathrow airport in Surrey England UK, is a luxury hotel and sports resort. It is an amazing venue offering great photo opportunities. The stunning Wedding Cake had a working water fountain at the base, beautifully lit and a wonderful centre piece for a great photo of the happy couple.

Posted on Feb 01, 2013
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It's all about the cars...

A very grand Basildon Park – a country house situated just south of Goring-on-Thames and Streatley in Berkshire, between the villages of Upper Basildon and Lower Basildon. It is owned by the National Trust and is a Grade I listed building. As you can see here, the fabulous setting allows for very grand wedding photography – couple that with a Bentley and a glamorous couple and a blue sky…and I can get a picture post card shot like this!

Posted on Feb 01, 2013
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Bearwood Lakes weddings at Bearwood Collage Photographer Bearwood Collage

Bearwood College, near Wokingham in Berkshire is a spectacular Victorian Mansion House and it’s extensive grounds offer a magnificent setting for a Wedding and great photography opportunities. The lighting is always so interesting in the house and in the grounds making for spectacular shots. The Bride enjoyed exploring the grounds and taking some time to reflect on a wonderful day.

Posted on Feb 01, 2013
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Cain Manor Candle light Cain Manor wedding Venue Photographer Cain Manor

Gardens Cain Manor

BIJOU’S  Cain Manor is an exquisite Elizabethan oak-framed manor house near Farnham, Surrey. It is a stunning venue for a Wedding, particularly on such a lovely sunny summer’s day. How could I resist such an intimate and romantic shot in the candle light of the Inglenook fireplace. The lavender in the garden under the arbor made for a quiet moment for the bride and groom.

Posted on Feb 01, 2013
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Royal Berkshire

It was a sunny but cold Winter Wedding at the Royal Berkshire Hotel. Great late afternoon sunshine provided the right romantic mood for this shot.

 

Posted on Feb 01, 2013
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The Casa Hotel

The Casa Hotel is housed in a part 17th century building and set within its own large tranquil and rural surrounds in Yateley in Hampshire. This Wedding was very romantic, the couple clearly enjoying time on their own in the beautiful grounds. The Hotel has worked hard to have many great spots for taking beautiful wedding photos – the pagoda in the background and the steps in the foreground make it a photographers dream venue.

 

Posted on Jan 21, 2013
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Great fun portrait session with brother and sister.

Mum has a purple theme at home so we came up with this picture to go on a big canvas.Brother and Sister Portrait

Posted on Jan 21, 2013

Dom Michael Vician (aged 28) made his Solemn Profession on January 5th after five years in the monastery. In a ceremony lasting more than two hours, Brother Michael lay prostrate on the sanctuary floor, covered with the funeral pall whilst the Litany of the Saints was chanted, a sign of his death to the world.

Hand writen Chants

Hand writen Chants

Farnbourgh Abbey

The Abbey Church is magnificent. It is a Grade One Listed Building, designed by the architect Gabriel Hippolyte Destailleur, who came to Farnborough after completing Waddesdon Manor for the Rothschild family in Buckinghamshire. Mgr Ronald Knox, who was received into the Catholic Church here, described it as ‘utterly, irreclaimably French.’ It is Gothic in style, with a renaissance dome reminiscent of that of Les Invalides in Paris. Numerous details of churches along the Loire are ‘quoted’ in the architecture.

Bishop

Bishop Philip Egan, the recently consecrated bishop of the Portsmouth Diocese in which the Abbey is located attended as a guest of the monks and spoke at the end of the Mass

Brother Michael lay prostrate on the sanctuary floor, covered with the funeral pall whilst the Litany of the Saints was chanted, a sign of his death to the world. He then sang the three-fold Suscipe me Domine chant (uphold me, Lord, according to your promise, and I shall live…), read his chart of profession, was clothed, in accordance with ancient custom, in the Benedictine cowl and presented with the Antiphonale Monasticum as a sign that he should ‘put nothing before the Work of God’.

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