In This Moment | Confetti

I love a good confetti shot. Couples are utterly preoccupied. They’re too concerned about multiple handfuls of petals (and occasionally rice!) being thrown in their faces to even consider they’re being photographed. The resulting images are more than often some of the favourite bride and groom photographs created over the course of a day.

Almost all of the couples I work worth are not necessarily camera shy but certainly camera aware. They appreciate genuine, honest photography and not feeling the need to play up to the cameras. I always suggest doing a confetti shot - not an award static one but a fast, slightly chaotic one, like this :)

And it’s not just the above that makes this fleeting but nonetheless significant moment so powerful, it’s also usually timed straight after the wedding ceremony and you actually see the apprehension, that’s built up over previous weeks, days and hours, release. It marks the end of the formalities and leads couples nicely into the reception and party element of the day.

I love the elation that this images depicts so honestly and sincerely.

Read a little more about my natural style of wedding photography.

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Jewish Wedding | Tamar & Alex

Alex and Tamar’s Jewish wedding took place at the glamorous Banking Hall in Central London.

Natural Jewish Wedding Ceremony Photograph

Allister captured the beauty of our wedding day in a completely authentic way.

His photographs showcase exactly how we felt in each moment, giving us the ability to relive such a special day… he was not only a pleasure to work with but he gave us exactly what we wanted and more.

Jewish Wedding Photos | Avi & Jacob

Avi and Jabob’s fast-paced Jewish wedding took place in both London and Hertfordshire. I document between 5 and 10 Jewish weddings across the UK each year... I absolutely love them!

This particular wedding saw me working alongside the super-talented Isabel Maria - a wedding photojournalist I’ve had the pleasure of both mentoring and subsequently working with in a professional capacity for many years.

I’ve really narrowed down this selection as there were just too many to include in a single blog post. Instead of including the usual bridal preparation photography, I’ve opted for groom prep which took place at the very unique Sanderson London. This place is just amazing. So quirky.

Avi and Jabob’s traditional Jewish wedding ceremony under the Huppah (aka Chuppah), the dancing, meal and speeches, all took place at The Old Palace on the grounds of Hatfield House in Hertfordshire. Another spectacular wedding venue.

I have so many favourites from Avi and Jacob’s celebrations, below are just a few…

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