Norwich bride and groom bring a new meaning to the idea of wedding photography
PUBLISHED: 08:05 18 December 2017 | UPDATED: 11:55 18 December 2017
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A bride and groom brought a whole new meaning to the idea of wedding photography when they created a special exhibition within which they celebrated their special day.
Julia Cameron and Simon Marshall, 62 and 64, who live in the Golden Triangle area of Norwich, wed at Anteros Arts Foundation on Saturday, and they and their guests enjoyed the reception surrounded by photographs they had created for their exhibition called Re:Generation. Julia’s pictures were old family photographs that were rephotographed and physically frozen to reflect the importance of preserving memories meanwhile Simon’s works were of hands holding fruits.
Julia said: “We had an absolutely brilliant day. It was simply the best and the photographs were good conversation starters. It was nice because people could talk about the pictures. It was a really beautiful day.”
The couple are now honeymooning in Cambridge and already planning their next exhibition.