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Savoy Hotel Wedding Photographer

They say that the Savoy Hotel is “London’s most famous hotel”. Having photographed a beautiful Savoy Hotel wedding here I can understand why. When Ellie and Phil were married at

Lido Cafe Wedding

Lido Cafe Wedding Photographer There are several great places for a wedding in London. I reckon this couple just about picked the perfect combo.When it comes to ticking the boxes

London Wedding Photography – Wedding Photography Award #2

London Wedding Photography – WPS Award Loving all things London Wedding Photography so it’s thrilling to receive this award from WPS. Even more so as this is the second award

Dulwich Picture Gallery Wedding

Dulwich Picture Gallery Wedding I love a Dulwich Picture Gallery Wedding. Art, culture, history and groundbreaking architecture. It’s all here! Best of all I live locally, just a 10 minute walk away

Renaissance Hotel Wedding

Renaissance Hotel Wedding This Renaissance Hotel wedding was host to a wonderful contemporary Finnish Wedding ceremony.  The 5 Star Renaissance Hotel is in an iconic building next to St Pancras Station and

Dulwich Wedding Photographer, Dulwich Picture Gallery

Being a Dulwich Wedding Photographer is perfect for me since I live close by in Dulwich. In my opinion it’s the most beautiful part of South London. A leafy village

Pembroke Lodge Wedding

Wedding Photography in the heart of Richmond Park. One of Londons life giving lungs. A Pembroke Lodge Wedding is always special. Set in a magnificent Georgian Mansion on the edge

Dulwich College Wedding

Since I’m based in Dulwich I’m always happy to photograph a Dulwich College Wedding. It’s one of the most famous schools in the UK. Probably the best in the world. Having

Bingham Hotel Wedding Photography

Bingham Hotel Wedding Photography – Tina and Jens Bingham Hotel Wedding can be very rewarding. The Bingham is a stunning 15 bedroom Boutique Hotel on the banks of the Thames.

Garden Museum Wedding Photographer

Today I’m a Garden Museum Wedding Photographer. It’s an amazing venue created in 1977 and set in the desecrated church of St Marys opposite Lambeth Palace. Fittingly it’s also the burial


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