The year 2020 was a tough year for us all, and weddings were hit particularly hard, what with lockdown and restrictions on numbers. The entire wedding industry has been in upheaval, and venues and supplies have felt the full effect of the coronavirus pandemic. I usually photograph around 25 weddings per year on average - last year, I photographed just six. One of my brides Ashley has kindly returned a survey that I offer to all of my couples, and here is their report card that I was able to generate from it.
Elsewhere, Joanna had the following to say on my Facebook page, following her pandemic-restricted wedding in July:
"Jeff did an amazing job both capturing our day, and helping us both feel confident and at ease. He was really helpful both before and after the wedding too, particularly with helping us put a lovely album together. We are so grateful for our amazing photos, especially given the short notice nature of our booking! Would very highly recommend!"
And briefly, from the only pre-pandemic wedding I photographed in March 2020 before the vast majority of my weddings were then postponed, Katy sent me a short message following her wedding:
"Thank you so so much for everything you did for us on Friday! You were absolutely amazing and we really can’t thank you enough."