Asylum Chapel Wedding | Duncan & Louise Highlights

We all love an Asylum Chapel Wedding … Duncan proposed to Louise with a choir and hundreds of lit candles.. I loved hearing their story .. the dream proposal.  It was totally fitting that they chose the Asylum as their wedding venue …filled with candles and of course they hired a choir! Asylum & Mavericks Projects

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2016 | Pick of the Pics

A little late to review 2016, however, as a photographic artist it’s a valuable process and after the pain of filing my tax return, I really enjoyed doing it! As a London wedding photographer, my year began on a cold day in January at one of my favourite London venues the Asylum in Peckham. Then I pretty much spent all my wedding days in the big city of London (other than a couple of jaunts up to the North and a trip to Santorini) shooting my last wedding of the year on a dark rainy day in December with the Wedding Arrangers at Shoreditch Studios.   As …

Asylum Wedding & Hornimans Museum

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.  

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Love My Dress Feature | Velvet Winter Wedding

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.

Asylum Wedding | London | Lizzie & Tom

Winter Asylum Wedding After shooting this Baroque bridal shoot at Asylum in March 2014,  I shot my first Asylum wedding on a crisp and sunny December day.  What a delight.  The Asylum is a crumbling chapel (bombed during the war).  It was resurrected as an art space by Mavericks Projects and now has a wedding licence.  It’s like an oasis in the dessert located just off the busy Old Kent Road  in Caroline Gardens, Peckham, South East London. The Chapel despite being called Asylum, was never a home for lunatics, but it actually was a ‘sanctuary’ (old folks home) for …