Wedding Photography London
Will and Emma were married at 16 Sumner Place in Kensington in July and their reception took place at Dalston Heights in Hackney. As a documentary wedding photographer shooting in London I prefer to leave my car at home whenever possible - I always think it’s best to stay with the story, rather than fretting about parking and travel arrangements!
On this occasion it meant I got a free ride around London in a vintage car on the way to 16 Sumner Place. After the ceremony it was onto the ubiquitous London Route Master Bus for the trip to Dalston Heights - a studio and event space about a former cardboard box factory in Hackney, London.
Here's a small selection of my favourites from the day. If you are looking for a documentary wedding photographer to cover your wedding in London then please get in touch.
Wedding Photography Islington London
Rosie and Marcus were married at Islington Town hall in London last summer and their reception took place at Fredericks Restaurant just down the road. I usually shoot weddings at different venues every week but last year I found myself at Islington Town Hall for the last ceremony of the day for 5 weeks running. Fortunately it is probably one of the best London venues for wedding photography.
Here's a small selection of my favourites from the day. If you are looking for a documentary wedding photographer to cover your wedding at Islington Town Hall or Frederick's Restaurant, London then please get in touch.
If you are looking for the gallery from a 2017 wedding then please visit my client galleries page for 2017 weddings. Please contact the bride and groom for their password.
Galleries are usually available about 2 weeks after the wedding.
Really must try and do some blogs this year!
The Black Church Destination Wedding
Although I am based in London and work across the UK I also travel around the world to photograph destination weddings. I’ve been lucky enough to shoot in Italy, France, Germany and the USA. Last year I travelled to Iceland to photograph Alexis and Mila’s wedding.
The Black Church is situated on a lava field on the westernmost tip of the Snaefellsnes peninsula of Western Iceland. It’s an unusual location for a wedding and, in the summer, benefits from 23 hours of continuous daylight. The only guests were Mila’s parents, who went back to the hotel after the ceremony. Small weddings can be quite a challenge but my final edit contained about 550 images – possibly something to do with the incredible light, location and clients.
If you are planning a destination wedding please get in touch for an all inclusive quote