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Posts Tagged ‘Portsmouth wedding photographer’

Southsea Portraits: Kelly & Phil by the seaside

I had a great afternoon with Kelly & Phil along Southsea seafront and Old Portsmouth for their pre-wedding portraits. I had just moved down to Southsea and it was lovely to get out by the sea on one of the first hot days of the year. I think their outdoor wedding in May is going to be a lot of fun, looking forward to it.

Southsea wedding photographer Amy Wass

Southampton to Southsea Wedding Photographer

Big news in the Wass world: We have moved to Southsea.

A fresh start by the seaside, in a beautiful Victorian house, nearer to our friends and family, and my favourite curry house. Jeff and I were both born in Portsmouth, grew up in Havant and have spent a lot of time here since we first got together at Chaos on the pier back in the day. The city is full of character and history, there is a brilliant creative scene here, and lots of cool independent shops, bars and restaurants. We will ride our bikes along the promenade, walk to the pub for Sunday lunch, eat cake at the Tenth Hole and take our posh pink BBQ to the beach in the summer. 2011 was a bit crazy in our personal world, so we are looking forward to our new life in Pompey.

I photograph weddings all over Hampshire, Dorset, West Sussex, Surrey and Wiltshire, so although I am 20 miles down the road, there should be no change to where I will be being a wedding photographer. Portsmouth is awesome for portrait locations, and I’ve found a few cool spots for meetings too, so come on down and I will show you our fair city.

Next news: I haven’t blogged a wedding for about a year! Things have been pretty busy and disrupted around here for a while and blogging has been low on the priority list so I have a big backlog to share. Planning a massive best of 2011 post soon and then on with 2012…