Multi-award winning London documentary wedding photographers and videographers



It feels a little pre-emptive to start summing up 2019 but as the long winter nights draw in and the season slows down it’s hard not to feel just a little bit nostalgic about this crazy year and all the adventures it’s taken us on. From gorgeous weddings all over the UK to street trips and speaking engagements in Bali, Mexico, Barcelona and

Documentary Wedding Photographer of the Year 2018 We have entered a fair few awards in our time (and happily been fortunate enough to take one or two prizes home with us!) but few competitions do we value as highly as the "This Is Reportage" awards. The reason being that not only is this international competition based entirely on documentary, unposed wedding photography but that

 Flicking through a photo album is often compared to looking through a book of memories, yet so often the ‘memories’ we choose to keep in pride of place aren’t really real. We look at the camera, smile and say cheese; we freeze in position for that perfect shot: we somehow suppress our personalities in order to remember who we were. But for us

Back in September we held our first photography Masterclass entitled "Documentary with Bite" in association with Fujifilm and Digitalab. We had a fantastic time and through it have discovered a genuine love for teaching and seeing our students develop and learn. We were so grateful to Digitalab for being the perfect hosts and to Fujifilm for bringing along a wide assortment of gear

It feels a lifetime ago that we first discussed with our friends at Digitalab the possibility of a York Place Masterclass. The subject of some form of workshop had, of course, been broached many times before over the years both in our own late-night discussions (why is it the best talks always seem to start around midnight?) and, once or twice, in somewhat

SEPTEMBER 14TH 2017 We never wanted to be great wedding photographers, we wanted to be great photographers. Wedding photography is an industry often dominated by cliché. By alternative takes on a shot you’ve photographed 1000 times before, by the weight of assumed expectations over the freedom of artistic expression. There’s a continuous pressure to perform, to match the best images in your portfolio at every

Whether photographing weddings or street photography we always demand the highest of standards of ourselves and the simple test we always use is this: Are these images good enough and interesting enough that we’d be happy to place them on display in a public gallery? Last week we went one step further and made that question a reality.Last Thursday our first street exhibition entitled “Human

We do our best to give our couples the absolute highest quality product in all aspects of our work and it is hugely important to us that we work only with companies that feel the same way and meet the extremely high standards that we expect of ourselves and others. Our friends at Digitalab share these values; a family company of nearly 70