London Wedding Photographer

Fun Clapton Country Club London Wedding | Amy + Matt

Amy and Matt had their informal wedding at the fab Stoke Newington Town Hall with a reception at Clapton Country Club in London last summer. I love London weddings - there are so many awesome venues for a fun and relaxed day. Clapton Country Club is one of my faves!

Colourful Warehouse Wedding in Hackney | Nancy + Lusea

Nancy and Lusea got married in an amazing blank canvas warehouse venue called the Old Dairy in the heart of Hackney in London and it was one fun and colourful shindig. When they first got in touch and we discovered we had a mutual love of hamsters, tattoos and Disney we knew we were going to get on like a house on fire. With enough balloons worthy of a feature in Up, neon details and all of the inflatables I felt like I'd walked into my own personal wonderland.

2019 MEANS PRIZES!

Happy 2019! PRIZES TO BE HAD WHEN YOU BOOK ME AS YOUR WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHER

January means New Year and newly engaged couples, and that means prizes! Yes folks. Prizes.

All couples who book their wedding photography package with me in January for their 2019/2020 wedding will be entered into a prize draw to win one of the following:

1st prize: Free wedding highlights film added to photography package, includes a second shooter (basically the best prize yeah?)

2nd prize: £150 off wedding any package

3rd prize: £100 off wedding any package

All other couples that book with me but don’t get lucky in the draw will receive a £20 print credit added to their final wedding gallery, yes, everybody wins!

Hackney Town Hall + Clapton Country Club Winter Wedding | Clare + Phil

I love shooting in London, and the industrial setting of Clapton Country Club is probably one of my fave places for party fun times. With a late 4pm ceremony in November that meant it got dark quickly and the party started sooner, going on until well past 1am because Phil bribed the band to stay later (legend). Being fans of good food, music, coffee and beer it was basically my own wonderland too and I was so glad I was there till the not so bitter end (unless you count the beer, the best of ways of course).