Category Archives: Wedding Photojournalism

One Whitehall Place Wedding Photography | London Wedding Photographer

One Whitehall Place Wedding Photography by London Wedding Photographer Mat Quake featuring a really early sneak peek of Hannah-Fleur and Alex’s fab wedding. I truly love this venue. There are few places in London as prestigious as One Whitehall Place, with its high ceilings, grand marble staircase, glittering chandeliers and spectacular views over the River Thames and […]

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Cannizaro House Wedding Photography | London and Surrey Wedding Photographer

Cannizaro House Wedding Photography from London wedding photographer Mat Quake. At a fraction over 300 years old, Cannizaro House is the only 4 star boutique hotel in Wimbledon. The house is licensed for civil marriage and partnership ceremonies for up to 100 guests and has 46 individually designed bedrooms. Nestled in the heart of 34 acres of […]

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The Berkeley Wedding Photography | London Wedding Photographer

Exclusive chic and effortless style for a luxury London wedding. The Berkeley is one of London’s most stylish wedding venues. The glittering ballroom and hotel in general form the perfect luxury wedding setting. In terms of photography opportunities,there are lots of little spaces in the Hotel itself that will ensure we can capture you amongst its […]

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Dartmouth House Wedding Photography | London Wedding Photographer

Dartmouth House Wedding Photography by London Wedding Photographer Mat Quake. Dartmouth House is a truly unique and beautiful wedding venue set in the heart of Mayfair. The splendid interconnecting rooms, courtyard and staircase provide the most elegant of settings for your wedding and for photography. I often have a walk with the bride and groom down […]

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Pembroke Lodge Wedding Photography | Richmond Wedding Photographer

Dzen and Chris are one of the nicest couples I have had the pleasure of working with. When we met in Teddington it was instantly clear that family values and children were really central to their lives. Although Dzen suspected that I might be put off by the fact that their day would be full […]

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