Wedding Photographer London

I’ve been lucky enough to shoot all over the UK and Europe, including many times in London – and if you’re someone who wants to actually enjoy your reception (and those expensive canapes!) instead of being carted off for a photoshoot, then I could be the photographer for you.

My style is all about capturing your day totally naturally – for me, being a wedding photographer London is simply not about posing, or asking you to look at the camera; it’s about all those little moments between your family and friends; all those moments that you yourselves may not even be privy to on the day. I want you to look back at your photos and see things you didn’t even know happened.

That’s why I truly class myself as a ‘wedding photographer’, and not just a ‘couple photographer’ – because, although you will both be in lots of the photos (of course!), it’s just as important for me to capture those moments between your family and friends.

So if you want someone who thinks wedding photography should be so much more than just photos of the couple, then hey there!

You can see some of my images from London weddings below:

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I’ve shot all over London, and I love how you can have the contrast between the city – with places/venues such as The Old Marylebone Town Hall, Camden Town, The Asylum Chapel, Home House and Mayfair Library – and really lush green areas, such as Kew Gardens, Chiswick House and Hampstead Heath Garden & Pergola. I’ve shot at all of those London venues (and more), and they’ve all offered something different. I imagine if you’re here you’ve already booked your venue, but if not, you may want to check out some of those.

Whichever venue you’ve chosen, though, my London wedding photography approach stays the same: I’m there to capture the real moments; the real you. I value moments so much that I founded This is Reportage – the world’s leading community and awards-body for documentary wedding photographers. So I won’t be asking you to repeat things; I won’t be stopping the action to get you to look at the camera – I want you to look back on your photos and remember what you were feeling, rather than what you were being told to do by the photographer!

You can view some more of my London wedding photography blogs below:

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