I've always been interested in Photography and knew that if I wanted to build a business that would last I would need to choose a name that would last and one that reflected me and my roots. My maidenname (Barron) had it's origins in the northeast lead mining industry and my mothers maiden name (Elliot) came from one of the notorious 'Border Reiver' families that inhabited the border between England and Scotland in the 17th century.
Trevor has enjoyed baking since he was a child. His first job at the tender age of 15 was in a local village bakery when he passed his City and Guilds at Thomas Danby College. Trevor then spent 4years working in France. It was during this time that he developed a passion for chocolate creativity as well as continuing to develop his Patisserie skills. In 1986, upon his return to England, Trevor established Patisserie Viennoise in Otley, bringing the continental touch to Yorkshire.
I would like to introduce myself, tell you a little about the Bridal Gown and invite you to try on some of our beautiful gowns. I qualified as a designer at Leeds College of Art and Design, winningfive awards while training and after a career designing in high fashion and luxury evening wear; my passion for design, proportion, and attention to detail in both cut fit and luxury fabric led me into bridal couture and the opening of The Bridal Gown.
Wedding Belles of Otley is a genuine family run business located in a picturesque courtyard just off the Market Place in the heart of Otley. Our boutique is truly a hidden gem. Luxurious, modern andspacious with extra large fitting rooms, our boutique certainly has the Wow Factor, and we have a fabulous collection of bridal gowns to match!
Wedding photography packages start at £1250, please get in touch for more details, check availability and to receive the 2015/2016 wedding photography price guide and information brochure. My weddingphotography tells the story of your special day in a fine art reportage style.
Fly Away Home considers the dialogue between people's lives, their homes and the natural world. Inspired by human nature and the built environment the artist explores social difference, the thinninghierarchical divide and how the inherent need to dwell unites us all. No matter the difference in our surroundings, we are all products of our habitat.