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London wedding photographer. Offering creative, alternative wedding photography throughout the UK and beyond!

One of the UK wedding photographers everyone wants to book – One Fab Day

I adore being an

Alternative Wedding Photographer in London

it’s one of my favourite cities in the whole world

and I spent some of the best years of my life living in E2 and SE22 (I now live in NR2, so I clearly love a postcode with a 2!). London also boasts some of my all-time favourite wedding venues – I love a town hall wedding, a warehouse wedding, a pub wedding, a wedding in a cool hotel; and everything in between. I’ve spent the last 10 years making London wedding photography my thing; so if it’s your thing too – then get stuck in and have a look at my galleries. Being in love with the city means that when you book me as your Alternative London wedding photographer – you get someone who knows and loves the city and is as passionate about it as you are. I spent 10 years walking and cycling almost every inch, and so whilst I call Norfolk home now, a part of my heart will always be in London.

I also travel all across the UK, and further afield too, to photograph destination weddings; so don’t worry where you are, have car/ticket/flying eagle – will travel.

What is alternative wedding photography?

it’s about cool AF, beautiful images that tell an authentic story.

It’s about being yourself. It’s about quirky wedding photography that doesn’t look like your cousin’s. It’s about not taking yourself too seriously, it’s about breaking tradition where it suits and it doesn’t care who you’re marrying as long as you’re in love. I shouldn’t need to spell it out but I am a LGBTQ friendly wedding photographer.

We’ve all heard the classic line about being unobtrusive, or a photojournalistic wedding photographer. It’s almost become a cliche, but it’s still true – my aim is to make sure you don’t notice me most of the day – to collect fragments, memories, and to tell your epic love story like a beautiful piece of cinema. I want you to look back and feel the emotions you felt right there in that moment.

I’m lucky enough to be able to call being a wedding photographer my career for 10 years now, having shot my first London wedding in 2011; and in that time I’ve photographed over 300 weddings, in 7 different countries. Each one of them different, amazing and wonderful. I can get pretty soppy but I do genuinely feel like wedding photography is my dream job.