South East London wedding special ! Tracey and Chris married at the Asylum Chapel in Caroline Gardens in Peckham on 9th July and then hopped onto a routemaster to the Hornimans Museum and gardens in Dulwich.
I always love a wedding up North as I get to go home on route and of course drink lots of tea. Nick and Rachel married on 30th April at the Mining Institute and The Friends of Summerhill Bowling Club. The weather , albeit a little chilly was heralded as being glorious considering there was 2 inches on snow on the tipi the day before! As I always say as Heather whatever the weather … and on the day no one cares…especially up North !
A rather tardy 2105 review. I photographed my last wedding on December 29th, however, that is not really a valid excuse. I would like to think so, however it is not; as an artist “the review” is always at the whim of self sabotage… something one keeps putting off doing and pondering over how to present etc. The presentation style I decided to use this year is just a simple chronological highlights view of wedding (& one pre-wedding) photography. By adopting this simple approach, I am just allowing the photographs to be themselves paired only with the next frame …dating from 14 …
Delighted to see Elizabeth & Tom’s Winter wedding at the Asylum Chapel on Love My Dress. See the full feature here and you can find this wedding in the portfolio here. Tom and Lizzie married on a crisp and sunny day on December 29th.
We are thrilled to be part of Love My Dress Little Book for Brides. A hand curated directory of creatives who work with weddings. Here is Eclection Photography on little book for brides within the book. We love what Annabel had to say “Heather is one of my favourite British photographers. I absolutely adore her work – it has such a cool, modern with a touch of playfulness thrown in too. I just love”
We are thrilled to be part of the Most Curious wedding Fair at the Old Truman Brewery in East London on 12 & 13th March… “Most Curious carefully handpicks its merry gang of exhibitors who range from the very coolest of the established brands to up and coming makers working from their bedrooms, kitchens, studios and raw imaginations” So if like us the thought of a conventional “normal” wedding fair makes your toes curl and your husband to be run for the hills in fear… then you will be in fine company with like minded creatives to give you ideas and inspiration for …
Leila and Perry met on the Kings road and married on the Kings Road. The ceremony was held at the Old Town Hall Chelsea. We popped to Albert Bridge for a wonder and some iconic photographs. Leila and Perry then arrived to all their guests with drinks fully charged at 06 St Chads Place in Kings Cross. The full wedding can be seen in the portfolio here Chelsea to Kings Cross
Wapping Warehouse Studio Spaces Wedding