Documentary Wedding Photography at The Royal Society for the Arts (RSA) | Ross & Louise

The Royal Society of Arts just off the Strand in London is remarkable. The building itself has only very recently been fully refurbished, in fact I believe this may have been the first wedding at the RSA since the make over.

The finish is exceptional, every room exudes class and the attention to detail is astonishing. Each space offers a unique environment and subsequently atmosphere for events; from the cool and simplistic Tavern where Ross and Louise's wedding reception was held, to the breathtaking and classic Great Room for the ceremony which exhibits 'The Progress of Human Knowledge' by artist James Barry, aiding beautiful and creative wedding photography in London.

The later stages of the day took place in equally impressive spaces - the Benjamin Franklin room, with views of the Strand hosted the wedding breakfast and the candid and intimate nature of the Vaults was the ideal setting for the evening reception.

I first met Ross and Louise for their pre wedding photo shoot which took place in the beautiful Savernake Forest close to where we're based in Wiltshire. It's such a relaxed and neutral environment to meet couples, the images are simply a bi-product of a 40 minute walk and talk, so always have that effortless feel.

This brief encounter really helped me understand what Ross and Louise hoped to achieve through their wedding photography and, from what I understand, they are thrilled with the results:

Allister!!! They're AMAZING!!!!! I love love love love them! You've captured the day just so perfectly. Thank you soooooo much. I can't concentrate on work now!!!

Louise and Ross

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