We cannot let the first month of 2017 pass us by without pausing to reflect on 2016 by sharing what we believe is some of our best work to date.
It was a fantastic year for Evoke Pictures, filled with an incredibly diverse range of weddings. Working with lots of creative couples, we were given the opportunity to do what we do best: creative documentary wedding photography.
The Evoke Pictures team travelled a lot in 2016, covering weddings in London and Italy alongside those closer to home in Bristol and Bath.
Visiting Tuscany for Mike and Laura’s beautiful wedding at Montestigliano, a stunning luxury resort set amidst the Italian countryside, was definitely a high point of the year. We cannot wait to continue exploring the globe in 2017.
As well as the countless couples with whom it was an honour and a privilege to work, 2016 was filled with numerous opportunities to collaborate with an array of talented creatives in the wedding industry.
Photographing The Wedding Sessions for Kirsten Butler, otherwise known as The Little Wedding Helper, was a truly inspiring day. We also enjoyed working alongside Emma Norton Wedding Flowers and Anna Cake Couture while photographing weddings in Bristol.
Quantock Lakes, a bespoke wedding venue in Somerset, stood out as a spectacular location and we can’t wait to return in the future.
Evoke Pictures Lifestyle Photography
Alongside shooting weddings, we’ve had a busy year photographing hotels throughout the UK, providing documentary photography for the BBC, and capturing stylish interiors for The Hilton Group.
We also produced food photography for the Old Stocks Inn, Stow on the Wold, where Head Chef Wayne Sullivan, was a semi-finalist for Masterchef: The Professionals.
As these projects all came about through referrals from weddings, we continue to feel incredibly proud of the countless word-of-mouth recommendations our business receives.
Looking Forward to 2017
With a busy season ahead of us, we cannot wait to get to work, capturing our clients, their families and friends on one of the most emotionally charged, memorable days of their lives.