Strawberry Hill House Wedding Photography – Peggah & Erik

Wow! What a hot day for last weekends wedding adventure in London. An early start with the bride in Hampstead Heath, then 45 mins drive to Strawberry Hill House in Twickenham. This was my first wedding at this wonderful wedding venue and was nit disappointed; in fact is an amazing and unusual building. The creation of Horace Walpole during the 18th century, Strawberry Hill is internationally known as Britain’s finest example of Georgian Gothic revival architecture. The bride Peggah and groom Erik were most stunning and were an absolute pleasure to photograph. After the ceremony guests were served canapés on … Continue reading

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  1. Lovely photos. Looks like a gorgeous location. Love the one with the parasols.

  2. Lewis says:

    The posed shots are exceptional. Great work!

  3. WOW! Amazing shots again Paul. The bride is stunning, lucky guy!

  4. Linus Moran says:

    Stunning work Paul. Beautiful bride and superb venue bursting with colour. Love it!!

  5. Carmen Maria Luis says:

    I love these wedding photographs! an awesome job. I really like how you captured images, especially the photo of the umbrella and the couple in the center. Congratulations. greetings from Canary Islands

  6. Absolutely stunning wedding Photography. Really beautiful

  7. Great photos Paul, I come here for some inspiration for a session and I found it :)!!!!

  8. Carmen Leiva says:

    Spectacular this wedding, I really like the place, the decor, the joy that is transmitted is breathtaking. Great job !! here’s a more fan 🙂

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Turkish Wedding Photography In London

I love shooting weddings in London. The architecture and choice of backgrounds old and new make for such a variety of photo opportunities. Turkish weddings are such lively affairs. Its non-stop action and they always tend to be long days. I left home at 10am and got back at 12.30am so that was a fourteen and a half hour day door to door. We arrived in London near Oxford Street to start with the couple shots at Chandos House in Queen Anne Mews, just a short walk from Oxford Circus. By the way I highly recommend lunch at Vapiano in Great … Continue reading

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  1. Ozlem says:

    We both absoloutely love the photography! Paul, you have done an amazing job, beautifully capturing every special moment of our big day. It was defiantely a non-stop action day and we are so happy you were a part of it, taking such amazing photos of those great memories. Thank you again!

    Ozlem & Ayhan

  2. admin says:

    It was a pleasure to part of your very special day and it was certainly a busy action packed day. Wishing you both the very best for your futures together.

  3. You obviously haven’t tasted my Spaghetti Bolognese!
    Great set Paul, I can see how hard you’re working the angles especially as the B&G begin the first dance!

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London Pre-wedding Photo Shoot

On valentines day I went to London to take photos for Sara & Nick’s pre-wedding shoot on the Southbank of the Thames instead of in the studio which is where I usually do the pre-wedding photo shoot. Starting at City Hall and ending opposite the House of Parliament. As so often is the case with shooting in London I got approached outside City Hall by some security guy telling us we shouldn’t be there taking photos. This really gets my goat that we photographers are constantly hounded when we are doing no harm, not causing anyone any inconvenience, yet every time I have taken photos … Continue reading

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  1. Some beautiful shots taken it was great to work with you on this shoot. Amazing photography!

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Mandarin Oriental Wedding Photography

We recently had the pleasure to photograph the wedding of Natalie & Furquan at the wonderful Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Knightsbridge. Many famous people entertain here and I recall the Queens dinned here just before the Royal Wedding last year. I have been fortunate enough to shoot a number of weddings at the hotel over the years but not quite as big as this one. Everything took place at the hotel so there were no concerns with travelling around London to churches. It was a long day; I left home at 9am with Jake my assistant and we left the … Continue reading

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  1. Natalie Matharu-Khan says:

    When we first went through Paul’s signature albums we knew straight away that we just had to have Paul photograph our wedding. For us, we wanted perfect portrait shots both close-up and with much scenic background. This is exactly what Paul delivers.

    It was a bonus for us that Paul also had previous experience of photographing weddings at the Mandarin Oriental. We dedicated a part of our wedding day solely to having portrait shots around the venue and the surrounding areas. Paul knew exactly where to go to get amazing shots and no time was wasted. It is clear that Paul has strong artistic flair as he always kept an eye out for new and different backgrounds. The result is a large number of unique portrait shots, all of which are flawless.

    Most importantly Paul is lovely company and an absolute pleasure to work with. He made us feel at ease and gave us clear directions on how to pose and what to do when needed. Paul captured our whole wedding day perfectly.

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Bride & Groom In London

Sunday just gone rather than a wedding we went to various locations in London with the bride and groom as their actual wedding took place in June in Istanbul. We started off near London Bridge, then on to Regents Park; although that was packed so headed down to Hide Park, then up to Piccadilly Circus and walked from there across to Covent Garden. What a fantastic afternoon weather wise, must have been getting on for 26oC. I’m really pleased with what we got. Out of several hundred images here’s a few of my faves:

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