I love to travel and it’s always such a buzz (and a huge honour) to be asked to get on a plane to photograph a wedding and having shot one in Stockholm only a month before I was feeling very lucky to find myself in Mallorca for this celebration. I’m so grateful to James and Laura for asking me to take these pictures for them, watching good friends and family come together to celebrate with them was such a treat and something I’ll never forget.
Cap Rocat is a place like no other. Towering walls and giant slices of shade, and a myriad of sun baked stone pathways that all seem to lead to some crazy blue glimpse of the sea. And these guys added just the right amount of beautiful, personal styling to set it off. This is a small selection of images from the day, from those quiet morning moments before the rooftop ceremony, gin-fuelled flamenco reception, dinner and speeches and our trip down to the water’s edge as the sun disappeared (and everyone went down a neon lit tunnel for a rave in a cave).
This place used to be a military fortress, designed to keep enemies out. I can’t really think of a better way to exorcise its more serious historical vibes than than to fill it with friends and dancing and love.