Category Archives: Wedding Photography

Stationers’ Hall wedding

This is part two of Marisa and Ruairi’s wedding. After leaving St Paul’s Cathedral where the ceremony took place in the OBE Chapel, the guests made the short walk back for the Stationers’ Hall wedding reception. This makes it very convenient if you are considering using these two venues together for a wedding. The Stationers’ Company…

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St Paul’s Cathedral wedding

A blog post from Marisa and Ruairi’s wedding that will come in two parts; the first part being their St Paul’s Cathedral wedding ceremony and part two will be the reception at Stationers’ Hall which will follow soon. It is fairly obvious why couples would choose to get married here. Everybody has heard of St Paul’s Cathedral…

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The Old Rectory in Hastings

The Old Rectory in Hastings – what a place to have a wedding. Originally it was built in the 16th century as the rectory to All Saints Church next door, but recently it has been converted into a boutique, bed and breakfast, with stylish interiors and stunning gardens outside. It was my first time to The Old…

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Chiddingstone Castle wedding

I do love a Chiddingstone Castle wedding. It’s very near to where I live in Kent and I’m very lucky to be able to go to so many lovely venues around this area. The castle itself is situated on the edge of Chiddingstone, a beautiful, rural Tudor village. I had been to the village a couple of…

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Cameras at weddings

I’ve been making a few changes to my website recently and going back to some of the weddings I photographed a few years ago. On a wedding day, it’s quite usual to see loads of the guests taking their own photos. You always see cameras at weddings. What struck me most though, was how quickly the…

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