I'm lucky to live in Greenwich, with iconic buildings on my doorstep. As a Greenwich wedding photographer, I love to make the most of those epic views and striking architecture. I know the area so well, but Greenwich never ceases to amaze me as a backdrop to London wedding photography.
I've met so many great people and been to some amazing Greenwich wedding venues over the years. Places that I would otherwise never have known about! I’ve photographed weddings at venues like the Royal Naval College and The Queen's House, as well as the Trafalgar Tavern and more recently Greenwich Yacht Club.
One of the most exciting aspects of being a wedding photographer in Greenwich is the constantly changing landscape of venues for wedding ceremonies and receptions. There’s now a plethora of places which appeal to all tastes, from the historic St Alfege Church (where King Henry VIII was baptised in 1491!), to the awesome 1930s spice warehouse at One Friendly Place. Whatever vibe you’re going for, Greenwich has a mix of the old and the new, and there's definitely something for everyone.
An additional bonus of working as a wedding photographer in Greenwich is the length of my commute - I live here as well! I have a special connection to the weddings that take place in my lovely old town. Even when I’ve visited a venue multiple times, I still enjoy exploring and finding new details to feature in your Greenwich wedding photography. For example, the beautifully symmetrical 18th Century Ranger’s House is not only eye-catching outside, it’s filled with opulent décor and Renaissance art. I've been lucky enough to shoot in pretty much all of the wedding venues available, I’ve got loads of examples if you are still deciding where to book and need some inspiration.
My first time as a Greenwich wedding photographer was at the Trafalgar Tavern and it's still a venue that I love shooting at. Located on the Thames Path near the Naval College just outside of central Greenwich, this venue is all about the views. With the rest of the city to the west, on a good day you’ll get fantastic sunsets which sink down into the river. On a summer's evening it's a lovey place to be.
At the other end of the dial is the bandstand in Greenwich Park where couples can get married in the open air. Laura and Roy's Greenwich Park wedding took place on a stormy autumn day, so be prepared for all weathers!
Just on the outskirts of Greenwich is one of the most sought-after warehouse venues in London, One Friendly Place. It’s a new kind of wedding venue, providing an alternative to the more traditional choices.
If you're getting in married in Greenwich, let's talk! Get in touch to check availability and tell me more about your day. I also work across the rest of the city, and I can help with inspiration if you haven’t quite decided on your venue yet!
I also travel regularly for weddings, so drop me a line if you're getting married in some far flung place!
If you're planning a wedding in London, I'd love to hear from you. Drop me a line to request an electronic brochure and to check availability.