A wedding photographer in London...
Life & times of a wedding photographer in London.
I live in Brixton, South London. I was dragged kicking and screaming by my now wife 5 years ago from North London…. I havn’t looked back.
Why? Because of the parks, because of the vibes in Brixton, because of the easy commute into central and West London…. but mainly because of my wife.
I’m not one for getting mushy so I’ll just say were it not for her I’d not live in this amazing part of the world’s greatest city and that would be sad because this really is such a cool part of the city I reccomend everyone visit it at least once.
I love living in London but being a wedding photographer in London is really quite special.
I love the history of the city. I also love the fact I can jump on a tube and go and discover a part of the old city I havn’t seen before. But probably the best part about being a wedding photographer in London is the fact you have access to some of the most beautiful, old, historic buildings in the world!
Because of my job I’m fortunate enough to have worked at the Royal Albert Hall, The V&A, The National Gallery and The Wallace Collection… all behind closed doors or up in the eaves or in old store rooms that smell foisty!
Old music halls such as Wiltons and Hoxton…. both beautiful buildings with original period decor that are made for a fabulous wedding!
To date we’ve photographed over 260 weddings in London!
From guilde halls, museums and galleries to stately homes and warehouses, London is the place to get married!
We thought it would be an idea to list some of our favourite places we’ve shot in London as well as some of our favourite London wedding venues.
You can visit our blog which has write ups on London wedding venues that we’ve shot in. If you’re looking for a wedding photographer in London to capture your special day then we’d love to hear from you. it’s not just the buildings that make a London wedding special, we take our couples for a 30 minute shoot around the capital, taking in sights and parts of the city that are special to the couple. It maybe where they met or loved to visit. It’s a great chance to step out of thre bubble of the wedding and have a catch up, talk about their mornings and the nerves and excitement of the day.