Behind the Camera: Robertson Phillips Photography captures a wedding day full of love and gratitude


This week, Tiing The Knot focuses on Gemma and Connor Farrimond and their special and intimate wedding day.

Gemma and Connor tied the knot on June 19 in Ty Hen.

Gemma and Connor Farrimond. Photo: Robertson Phillips Photography

The bride and groom had both devoted their hearts and souls to making the day inviting and comfortable for guests, some of whom had not been seen for a long time due to the pandemic, including the groom’s parents.

Gemma and Connor Farrimond.  Photo: Robertson Phillips Photography

Gemma and Connor Farrimond. Photo: Robertson Phillips Photography

Behind the camera was Robertson Phillips Photography; a team of husband and wife photographers [Dani and Ryan] based on the beautiful Isle of Anglesey.

Dani said: “We think the witness’s speech summed up the feeling of the day when he described it as“ the light at the end of a very dark tunnel. ”This wedding was what the two families were up to. ‘were hung throughout the blockages to get them through and the emotions of the day proved it; so much love and gratitude to be together.

Gemma and Connor Farrimond.  Photo: Robertson Phillips Photography

Gemma and Connor Farrimond. Photo: Robertson Phillips Photography

“The venue was at Ty Hen in Rhosneigr, Anglesey. The couple worked so hard to totally transform a heavily used hay barn into a dreamy rustic vision.

“Wildflowers hung from the walls and ceilings, interspersed with the warm glow of string lights and candles. The tables were simple, elegantly set with bouquets of lavender and burlap, reflecting the setting of beautiful Llyn. Maelog, and the first marriage ever to take place here. ”

Dani has been a photographer for over a decade and describes herself as a lover of landscapes and people, it seemed a natural step in wedding photography.

Ryan has been a professional photographer for three years. After a military career I wanted to do something totally different, he fell in love with photography. After leaving the military, he trained with some of the best in the business.

Gemma and Connor Farrimond.  Photo: Robertson Phillips Photography

Gemma and Connor Farrimond. Photo: Robertson Phillips Photography

Dani said: “As a former military no detail is left behind and we make sure your day is a smooth one. We love people and get to know our couples so we can show them off as themselves when of the most important days of their lives.

“Your wedding day goes by in the blink of an eye, and when it’s over all you have left are the photos, so for us, that’s the most important part of the day to be successful at 100%!

“When you book with us, we come in pairs, so you get full coverage of your day.

Gemma and Connor Farrimond.  Photo: Robertson Phillips Photography

Gemma and Connor Farrimond. Photo: Robertson Phillips Photography

“Our couples always tell us that what they like best about the photos is seeing what their guests were doing when they weren’t there.”

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All photographs: Robertson Phillips Photography

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