Charlton House in Greenwich Wedding Photography: I’m pretty lucky to have a couple of really nice wedding venues on my doorstep including Charlton House in Greenwich. It’s a very imposing Jacobean building in Charlton, London. Built in 1607-12 of red brick with stone dressing, and has an “E”-plan layout. The interior features a great hall, chapel, state dining room, saloon and gallery.
Another great thing is that the House is not open to the public, so perfect for weddings without masses of (non wedding) people walking through.
When Judith and Mick commissioned me to photograph their wedding I was delighted… it’s such a great feeling when couples ask me to photograph their wedding day… even more so when they have looked at lots of other photographers and my images have stood out to them.
The weather of the wedding day was surprisingly sunny… I remember looking at the forecast and it predicted rain from 1pm until 4pm but it didn’t arrive until gone 6pm. That was good for me as all of the group shots were done, I’d taken Judith and Mick into the gardens for some bride and groom portraits…
It was a really enjoyable wedding day and I was made to feel very welcome by all of their family and friends. I would like to thank the couple again for asking me to shoot their wedding.
Here’s a small selection of images from the day, which I hope you like.