Last year, I was delighted to put together a set of wedding photographs that formed my qualifying submission to the British Institute of Professional Photography (BIPP). BIPP is an internationally recognised organisation with qualifications that offer a benchmark for excellence for professional photographers. Each qualification represents a level of expertise, skill and achievement in a given field. There are three levels of qualification each reflecting an increased level of experience and ability; Licentiate, Associate and Fellowship. I joined in 2014 as a provisional member with a requirement to submit a successful, qualifying portfolio within twelve months. The submission required a minimum of 25 images that had been taken at real weddings, with real fee paying clients. With the support of my mentor Kevin Wilson, the cooperation of my clients, and after a great deal of hard work, my panel was ready for submission early 2015. To my surprise and joy, I was awarded the Associate level! I share with you here, the images that achieved the Associate qualification in wedding photography. My thanks to the couples, throughout Yorkshire and Lincolnshire, who choose me for their wedding photography as without them I would not have been able to put together this panel of wedding photography. I am now working towards achieving the Fellowship, one of the most coveted qualifications in wedding photography.