Documentary wedding photography at London Syon Park

I have plenty of interesting and quirky shoots waiting to be featured on the blog but this week I'd like to showcase my very favourite images from Amanda and Kevin's Asian reportage wedding photography in and around London.

I say in and around, in fact we zigzagged across London starting with the first of two traditional tea ceremonies at Amanda's parents in East London, this was swiftly followed by a service at Christ the King Church just minutes up the road.

After the church service we wrestled our way over to west London for the second tea ceremony at Kevin's parents. FInally, we arrived at the very new and the very impressive London Syon Park.

I had the pleasure of working alongside Martin Phelps who kindly second shot. I've many, many favourites from this documentary wedding coverage but if I had to pick a favourite it would, without doubt, be the portrait of the man with the oversized tie, keep an eye out for it...

Natural Wedding Photography at Syon Park

Venue: Syon Park

The photos are absolutely beautiful - I haven't been able to stop watching the DVD!

 

You have such a relaxed and professional style and this helped immeasurably from both the first time we met in the studio right up to the big day. We had given a great deal of thought as to who we would like to photograph our wedding so we were both delighted when we discovered you.

The wedding was everything we had hoped for and more and at the preview session shortly after, I couldn't hold back the tears - the photographs are truly beautiful and captured the day perfectly.

The pictures are dramatic, tender, humorous and accurate. You've helped us feel at ease throughout both the wedding and our pre-wedding shoot and the results speak for themselves.

Thank you Allister for doing such a magnificent job and for helping us have the perfect day!

Pinky and Tim

I don't usually post more than fifteen images on my blog posts, this is to help condense the information and experience and to show just my very favourites from each shoot. For a change however, and to show off the stunning Syon Park, here are a few more.