Tag Archives: London Wedding Photography

A Shoreditch House Wedding, London – Kate and Andy

OMG!! Well, first things first, you don’t need to get married on a Weekend in August (I’m not against that by the way, I get married in August!!) for it to be a beautiful and inspiring day. When Andy contacted me about 6 weeks before his wedding, which was to take place on a Wednesday […]

A Warehouse Wedding at Trinity Buoy Wharf – Siobhan and Stephen

“When I wake up in the mornin’, love And the sunlight hurts my eyes And somethin’ without warnin’, love Bears heavy on my mind Then I look at you And the world’s alright with me Just one look at you And I know it’s gonna be A lovely day” Getting married at the back end […]

Kensington and Chelsea Town Hall Wedding – Jodi and Chris

“A girl should be 2 things: classy and fabulous” – Coco Chanel Jodi certainly is that, and between her and Chris, they also know how to party, howl with laughter, dance and change outfits!! The latter is more Jodi than Chris, she’s the first bride I’ve worked with that had 3 outfit changes on her […]

Trinity Buoy Wharf Wedding Preview – Siobhan and Stephen

Siobhan and Stephen, how do I even begin to describe their wedding… Well, it was one of those that just didn’t stop. There were constantly people or details grabbing my attention, it was a real feast for a photographer. So much so, putting a dozen images together for a blog post has taken me much […]

Kew Gardens Wedding, London – Holly + Thomas

So, London. As you may have read in previous posts when I’ve visited London for a shoot or wedding, I’ve always come back and thought; “hmmmm, London’s a bit better than I thought it was, still not sure I’d want to live there though”. Well, Holly and Thomas might just have changed the latter part […]

Pam + Ed – [Engagement Shoot, London]

I think I have a new found love for London after this engagement shoot. I’ve never really ‘got it’ before, I’ve always felt it was slightly (I mean massively) over-rated, but the penny might have dropped!! If Pam and Ed were writing this intro, they’d probably tell you I was like a little kid in […]