London Wedding Photography

Well where to start with London weddings?!  Quirky, endlessly energetic, full of character and hugely unpredictable….as is the nature of London itself and right up my street!  I love how anything goes with London weddings, and this is completely reflected in the plethora of venues the City can offer – whatever you’re after you’ll find it, no worries at all…the difficulty is deciding on exactly which venue to choose!  I totally love all that London has to offer in capturing weddings – the craziness, the red buses, the blend of modern meets history, the juxtaposition of everyday life against a beautiful Bride and Groom set amongst a gritty urban backdrop.

I’ve been fortunate over the years to capture weddings in all kinds of fabulous London venues from the decadence and grandeur of Eltham Palace, to intimate hidden gems such as the sophisticated and secluded 8 Club Moorgate Private Members Club, to the eclectic quirky Union Club, the effortlessly chic Shoreditch House oozing sass and cool, the modern elegance of Sunbeam Studios, to the rather fabulous quirky Wiltons Music Hall where the history of the place oozes out of the very fabric of the building and not forgetting some of my favourite London pubs such as The Rose and The Peasant – wonderfully quirky and so very British.  Soooooo much gorgeousness in our wonderful Capital City!  The list can go on and on – to see more of my London wedding photography HERE.

If you’d like to see more of my work then head on over here or for my more recent work see here. To check my availability for your wedding date get in touch here.

Recent London Weddings


The Rose London Embankment – Victoria & Trent

The Rose London Embankment – Victoria & Trent

If Carlsberg made Bride and Grooms....   Victoria and Trent's The Rose London Embankment London and Islington Town Hall wedding was quite simply everything I love about capturing people and weddings.  I honestly can't tell you how much I love them and their guests -...

Sunbeam Studios London Wedding Photography

Sunbeam Studios London Wedding Photography

When I first met with Illana and Bradley and they told me about their plans for their Sunbeam Studios London Wedding, I was super excited. By now you know that I do love a London wedding!  The vibe and pace is always so energetic, and I love getting creative in my...

Winchester House Wedding, London

Winchester House Wedding, London

When Gemma and Julius told me of their plans to get wed in an intimate ceremony in Richmond at 1 Spring Terrace, and hold their wedding party afterwards at the fab Winchester House Wedding venue I was super excited! London weddings always have a certain vibe to them,...

Eight Moorgate Members Club Wedding

Eight Moorgate Members Club Wedding

Being asked to be Kat and Allen's Eight Moorgate Members Club London Wedding photographer was an honour and a truly fabulous day to capture!  So much thought and love had gone into making the day both feel and look fabulous; as a London wedding photographer it was a...

Trafalgar Tavern Wedding

The summer time saw me return to one of my favourite venues to photograph a Trafalgar Tavern Wedding.  I've been fortunate to be chosen to capture a few lovely weddings here, and I really think it's a fabulous venue and location for a relaxed wedding - it's quirky...

The Peasant Clerkenwell

When I first met Jen and Sam – via the wonders of Skype (as it was soon after the birth of my daughter that they contacted me), I could seriously feel the warmth from them through the webcam.  They excitedly told me their plans for a non-traditional relaxed wedding at...

Burgh House Wedding

A Burgh House Wedding is a fabulous place to hold your celebrations and provides a rather wonderful backdrop.. an elegant Georgian house tucked away in the chic streets of Hampstead. At the weekend it was the perfect place - along with the rather fabulous St Brides...



I'm a Sussex based wedding photographer, but I love to shoot all over the south east of England and if you're planning a destination wedding, I'm all ears.