Wedding photography at The Royal Holloway college Royal Holloway, a massive “French chateau” in Surrey, or so it appears. Built in 1886 by the Victorian entrepreneur and philanthropist Thomas Holloway. A self-made multi-millionaire who had made his fortune in patent medicines, this vast building began life as a college for women. It’s now part of […]

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  • Stephanie Waterford - April 29, 2016 - 6:42 pm

    Martin, these photos are exactly what we wanted for our special day! You have captured everything so naturally and really caught the personalities of our wedding party. Our preference was never to have the over-posed, awkward expression type images that you see on so many wedding websites, but to have our day recorded and documented as naturally as possible. Your reportage style and ‘melt into the background’ manner really allowed us and our guests to be captured without knowing you were there! We are so pleased with the photos and look forward to sharing them with our friends and family. Thank you so much! Stephanie & DavidReplyCancel

Wedding photography at Worthing Town Hall A new wedding venue in Sussex, the old town hall in Worthing. Built in 1933, much of the Council offices and employees had moved out of the building some years ago and it was decided last year to utilise the large building for civil ceremonies. Fiona Burn, at the […]

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  • Jonathan Waterman - April 16, 2016 - 10:08 am

    I just came across your website, and I thought I would have a look at your portfolio, all I can say is wow! Creativity, Professionalism and Style. I Look forward to working with you soon. Myself in my Award Winning,Sussex Wedding Toastmaster and Coordinator and MC capacity and you in your professional role…

    Well Done..

    Jonathan Waterman

Wedding Photography at Oxford University Church University church, the heart of the town, the heart of the university. Or the full title, the University Church of St Mary the Virgin. The location for the wedding of local residents, Wenlin and Shaoyang (Tony) last week. This largely thirteenth century church still dominates the high street in […]

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Two birthdays and a wedding. No forgetting anniversaries for Beth and Nick from now on. Their wedding, at Bethnal Green Town Hall hotel (East London), was on Nick’s birthday. The following day was Beth’s birthday. There was no wedding cake as such – a cheese tower instead, but a birthday cake did make an appearance […]

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Burgh House, a grade 1 listed, Queen Anne gem, in the heart of old NW3 and the location for Abby and Matt’s winter wedding last weekend. Built in 1704, the house now houses the Hampstead museum and it is in The Music Room there, that wedding ceremonies take place. Appropriate, as this was a wedding […]

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  • Steven - January 28, 2016 - 9:14 pm

    excellent work Martin, great storytelling from start to finish.ReplyCancel