Blog - Portrait Photographer Travis Allison
Congratulations to VON Sakura House (our local Woodstock palliative care hospice) for a great fundraiser - Handbags for Hospice. It was a great night!
The fundraiser was a silent and live auction of a couple hundred purses - new/used, local and celebrity owned with some great deserts and a candy table. Everybody had a really fun night and they raised $42 000 for a wonderful cause.
Congratulations to all of the women of the committee!
The winners of the biggest (and most exciting) live auction item of the night: dinner cooked by the firefighters, a hot airplane ride, and wine, steaks and shrimp from the Dickens.
If you would like to make a donation to Sakura House follow the link.
This past fall Beth and I travelled to the UK to shoot Joanna and Phil's wedding in Shenfield, Essex. It's hard to believe that a wedding could change your life but it certainly developed our passion to become London England wedding photographers! This was my first trip to England and I loved everything about it:
- super friendly people
- great curry
- nice small towns like Shenfield and Billericay
- train travel
- the architecture
- the wonderful cosmopolitan-ness of London (most of the people we saw in the city were not Anglos)
Joanna and Phil were such gracious hosts to us and we really look forward to going back to visit them for longer!
England beside Canada on the bookshelf! A match made in heaven.
Joanna's Canadian moose.
Phil and his best mate Chris in the church yard.
The first recorded wedding in this church took place in 1536. I don't have a lot of pictures of the inside during the ceremony because of a church policy but it was beautiful.
The wedding reception took place in this cool old orphanage dining hall called Poplar Hall.
It was a great spring day (not too hot) and everything was VERY green - a great backdrop for wedding photos.
What do you think? Let me know your favourite picture in the comments.
I must say, I really enjoyed the Idlewyld and the back courtyard was a great place for a small wedding. Thanks for having us over, Christine!