As a London wedding photographer, I’m often booked to work the same locations time and time again, so I’m constantly trying to keep the creative juices flowing and looking for new ways to create unique images. No two wedding albums should ever be the same – the photographs that are taken shouldn’t be similar just because they’re taken in the same place, they should be different because they’re based upon the bride and groom’s personality, and the specific weather conditions of the day. Even photographing a venue I’ve worked at 10 times before, I never quite know what to expect, and sometimes I even manage to surprise myself with a rare shot.
Category Archives: London Wedding Photography
Trafalgar Tavern in Greenwich Wedding Photography: Last week I was back at the Trafalgar Tavern in Greenwich for my second wedding at the venue in 2012 to photograph the wedding of Shanshan and Charlie. The couple only contacted me a couple of months ago to photograph their Greenwich, London wedding and I was delighted when they chose me.
If you’re getting married at the Trafalgar Tavern it really is a fantastic choice as even if the weather isn’t great, the venue is flooded with beautiful light. Once again thanks to the amazing staff at the Trafalgar Tavern for their excellent hospitality.
Swedish Wedding Photography: Last Saturday and Sunday I was in Central London to photograph the two day wedding celebrations of Mili and John. Saturday’s ceremony was at the Swedish Church in Harcourt Street, London followed on Sunday at the SHREE RAM MANDIR Hindu Temple in Southall.
This was the first Swedish wedding I have photographed and it was interesting seeing the cultural differences, although in the part very similar to the UK. The first and obvious difference is that Mili and John both walked down the aisle together. It was a lovely moment seeing them walking down the aisle together smiling at their family and friends. The Swedish church that Mili and John chose to get married is in Harcourt Street Central London. It really is a beautiful church inside with the words ‘Gud ar Karlek’ inscribed above the alter, this translates to ‘God is Love’
Trafalgar Tavern Wedding Photography: On Easter Sunday I was back at the Trafalgar Tavern to photograph the wedding of Vanessa and Mark. Having photographed three Trafalgar Tavern weddings in the last six months and with another four this year at the venue it is quickly becoming my second home. As I am wedding photographer based in the Royal Borough of Greenwich this is not a bad thing at all. I was delighted when the couple told me that they were getting married at the Trafalgar Tavern and they wanted me to document their day. Trafalgar Tavern Wedding Photography is a great experience for any photographer.
Park Plaza Hotel Victoria London Wedding Photographer: On Saturday 10th March 2012 I was with Annabelle and Rafet to photograph their central London wedding. The couple first got in touch with me back in November to discuss their wedding photography requirements. They had seen my website and liked my contemporary modern style of wedding photography. Many of the wedding venues in Central London are amazing for their stylized decor and modern furnishings… For me as a modern wedding photographer in London I was very excited when I met the couple at the Park Plaza Hotel in Victoria. This was to be the setting for their ceremony followed by the reception at the Double Tree Hilton Hotel (formerly the Hisperia Hotel) literally a stones throw away.
Old Royal Navy College Wedding Photography: On the 18th Feb 2012 I was fortunate enough to be photographing the wedding in Central London of Laura and Raymond. The couple booked me last year after searching in Google for night-time wedding photographers in London and I am delighted they found my website.
When the couple told me that they were getting married at the All Souls Church, Langham Place followed by a meal at the exotic Levant restaurant off Wigmore street and then onto Old Royal Navy College in Greenwich for the wedding reception I knew this would be a wedding to remember.
Private estate weddings are beautiful and this one at High Elms Manor in Hertfordshire was exceptional. Described as one of the finest and most dignified estates in the county, it was obvious why Amanda and Paul chose to hold their wedding reception at the manor.
Backing up only a couple of months I remember sitting in the garden on a glorious late summers afternoon with Amanda and Paul and going over their wedding day. Amanda’s kind, sweet nature was infectious and I couldn’t wait for their wedding day.
Bearwood College Wedding Photography: Bearwood College in Wokingham, just a short drive from central London was the setting for Jessica and Chris’ wedding last week. Jessica and Chris asked me to photograph their wedding back in April and from the moment we met in Winchester I knew this would be a fun, relaxed wedding, and it was just that.
On the day I met Jessica in her hotel and managed to get some ‘bride preparation’ photographs plus documented the smaller details from the day. We then moved on to St Catherine’s church for the ceremony and after the ceremony the reception was held at Bearwood College.
Trafalgar Tavern Wedding Photographers: I really enjoy photographing weddings at the Trafalgar Tavern in Greenwich London as it is quite simply a fantastic London wedding venue. Sitting on the banks of the Thames in Greenwich the Tavern has views of Canary Wharf, the O2 and of course historic Greenwich.
I was lucky enough to be at the Trafalgar Tavern again this time to photograph the wedding of Carly and Sasha. I met up with Carly and Sasha a few months ago to talk through their wedding day which started of with the church service held at Our Ladye Star of the Sea, also in Greenwich.
Trafalgar Tavern Weddings Wedding Photographer: The Trafalgar Tavern in Greenwich London is a stunning wedding venue and I am delighted to have four weddings in 2012 already booked plus one more in 2011. Lydia and Richard were married at the Trafalgar this week on a day that weather wise looked very ‘Octoberish’.
Lydia contacted me earlier in the year as she liked my style of documentary wedding photography and was clear from the outset that she wanted pure reportage wedding photography coverage. The Trafalgar Tavern really is a amazing venue with views of Canary Wharf and the O2 and so perfect for documentary wedding photography.
Battery Club Canary Wharf Wedding Photography: Perfectly positioned in Canary Wharf is one of London’s newest and unique wedding venues, the Battery Club. It was here that Sera and Alex decided to get married and I was there to capture the day. The Barry Club is perfect for wedding photography with awesome views of London and the Thames.
I met Sera for some bridal preparation shots in Westferry, London before we all headed over to the Battery Club. It was a fantastic day from start to finish and both Sera and Alex were up for doing some cool bride and groom portraits.
The Royal Institution of Great Britain Wedding Photography: Last Saturday I had the pleasure of photographing Laushane and Sammy’s wedding at the Royal Institution of Great Britain in London. Laushane got ready at the Lancaster Hotel before heading to the Royal Institution of Great Britain.
Wedding Photography at the Royal Institution of Great Britain is a pleasure due to the chic modern interior plus the classic libraries. Check out our detailed guide to to the Royal Institution of Great Britain, the history and as a wedding venue.
By all accounts everyone had a great day at the wedding and Laushane recently emailed me saying how pleased she is with the photos