The Painted Hall Wedding Photography – I’m really lucky to be able to photograph so many weddings at the Painted Hall in Greenwich, which is part of the Old Royal Navy College in Greenwich London. I was asked recently by another wedding photographer if I get bored shooting at the Painted Hall, “absolutely no way” was my response. It’s one of my favourite wedding venues in the UK and I’m honoured to be one of the recommended photographers at the venue.
When Corinna and Alastair got in touch at the beginning of the year I was hoping they would book me. They wanted a photographer with experience shooting at the Painted Hall which I could reassure them I had.
Corinna and Alastair’s wedding at the Painted Hall was a lovely occasion and they were particularly lucky to be treated to a firework display at the end of the evening, courtesy of Tall Ships festival that was taking place close by.
Wow! We are speechless. These photos have completely exceeded our expectations. Looking through them just now was emotional. You’ve captured the day so perfectly. I can actually recall the exact point Alastair’s was at in his speech just by looking at the photos – all because you’ve just captured the moments so perfectly. I love the pictures of my guests and I LOVE the picture of Jim in my Mum’s hat. And the pictures of us definitely bring out our best side – you have photographed us so wonderfully. Really hate to be so gushy, but we are so thrilled with the photos. Best decision we made (other than choosing the painted hall) was having you as our photographer. Not only are the pictures wonderful, but my guests loved you too. My Nan said you were the most charming and fun photographer she’s ever encountered at a wedding!
Thank you so, so much once again for turning them around so quickly. We can see how much time and effort has gone into editing them – I thought it would take at least another few weeks to see them all! We are really chuffed.
I’d like to thank Corinna and Alastair for asking me to photograph their wedding day. Here’s a few images from the day: