Creative Brighton Pavilion Wedding Photography
Chelley and Jack love being by the sea so the obvious choice was to get married at Brighton Pavilion. A Beautiful venue, steeped in history and an icon of Brighton. They planned their wedding in a short space of time and filled their ceremony with songs and stories that shared their love of music. Rather that a reading, two of their close friends sang their verison of a Nick Cave song. To say I shed a little tear at hearing that song, would be an understatement and everytime I hear it now I think about these two. Anyway, after an emotional ceremony and some celebratory hugs on the lawn, we headed down into the laines in Brighton for their portraits. I knew the some photos on the beach in Brighton were important to Chelley and Jack but we decided to take a chance with the weather and venture out later on in the evening. That way they could take some time out in the evening to have a breather and spend some time with each other and also, it was an opportunity to get a few extra portraits. Thankfully, the weather held out long enough to give us up a rather dramatic sky that would help me capture one of my favourite portraits. It also meant there was a mad dash back to the recpetion to get away from the ran. Chelley sheltered herself from the rain with a leather jacket and they both laughed and smield their way back to the party.
I’m a London based photographer, travelling all over the world focusing on alternative, honest documentary wedding photography.
This isn’t traditional wedding photography, it’s all about you, telling your story, capturing the spirit of the day. I am available to shoot portraits, weddings and elopements in London, UK and Europe.
I’d love to get to know you and hear all about your plans so get in touch.