Category Archives: Wedding Photojournalism

Ranjeeta + Anuj | Pembroke Lodge Wedding Photographer

I have been a Pembroke Lodge wedding photographer for quite a few years now and I never tire of the place. It has welcoming staff, top notch food and dozens of great spots for photos, whether you want a formal family picture, loads of natural shots or some softly posed pictures of you both as […]

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The Connaught Wedding Photography |Shahira + Jean-François

Lillingston are a class act when it comes to events – the attention to detail, the premium quality, the care they have for their clients is second to none and I was flattered when they introduced me to Shahira and Jean-François, who booked me to cover their Lillingston wedding at The Connaught and Mortons in Mayfair. […]

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Elisha + Stuart | London Wedding Photographer | Christchurch Priory Wedding Photography

It’s not often you get the opportunity to be a guest and the official photographer at a wedding, one might wonder how you might balance work and pleasure on such an occasion, but  providing you follow the rule of allowing yourself a few drinks only after you’ve put the camera down, it’s a breeze. I […]

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Shameem + Meads | Pembroke Lodge Wedding Photography | Richmond Wedding Photographer

Pembroke Lodge Wedding Photography by Richmond wedding photographer Mat Quake, featuring a selection of documentary wedding photographs from Shameem and Meads’ wedding on the 22nd March. Wow, March was cold and wet, never seen anything like it. Thankfully, for the most part, the weather held off for Shameem and Meads, which meant we got to […]

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Fauzia + Tom | Teddington Wedding Photographer | Documentary Wedding Photographer

Teddington Wedding Photographer and Documentary Wedding Photographer Mat Quake showcases a selection of reportage photographs from Tom and Fauzia’s Teddington Wedding. This wedding was special to me on many fronts. Not only had I warmed to Fauzia and Tom as soon as I met them but this was, surprisingly, the first wedding I had actually done […]

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