July 11, 2016

The Asylum, Peckham

The holy grail of wedding venues. The Asylum in Peckham is every photographer’s dream. An old chapel, bombed in WWII, the present use of the chapel is as a flexible space which can be hired for photographic and film shoots, exhibitions, theatre, and of course, weddings. A truly unique venue in London and with an atmosphere all of its own, the light does magical thing in there!

Round Chapel, Hackney

A gorgeous wee chapel that’s, erm, round in shape. Discreetly tucked away off Lower Clapton Road, it’s a large space that is perfect for the ceremony and really comes alive for the reception party.

Union Chapel, Islington

The Union Chapel is quite unique in that it is one of the only active religious institutions that will allow same-sex couples to marry. Perfect for weddings, they also hold lots of live concerts here.

God’s Junkyard, Hackney

The famous neon sign grave-yard and another dream venue for wedding photographers. Totally unique, and even slightly magical, if you’re looking for something different this is definitely it!

Brunswick House, Vauxhall

Vauxhall’s Brunwick Kouse is a hidden gem. Situated very close to the Thames, a recent major restoration programme has seen the building brought back into use and is now home to the Brunswick House Cafe and LASSCO’s (the London Architectural Salvage and Supply company) antique showrooms. Brunswick House is therefore crammed full of curios which gives it its unique character. With numerous rooms to explore and a club space in the basemsnt, it really is the perfect venue for a wedding celebration.



Although I'm a London wedding photographer, I happily travel to anywhere in the UK and abroad. I shoot all kinds of weddings and am a proud same sex wedding photographer.