A wedding at the Asylum filled with character and life where two individuals become husband and wife. A bride named Africa and her very handsome groom, gather all of their favourite people in a vast and meaningful room. They stand and they vow to honour and hold close, witnessed by all of the people whom they love the most. And so there are kisses and champagne celebrations, on this wonderful day full of life & jubilation.
I had been desperate to photograph a wedding at the Asylum for the longest while, so when my friend Africa got in touch to enquire, I couldn’t have been more thrilled – not only to be photographing her beautiful face and family but also to be able to photograph a wedding in such a cool and unusual space. Their wedding has also been featured in the brilliant You & Your Wedding’s March & April 2017 issue, here below. Thank you team You & Your Wedding for featuring Africa before her wedding day and too for this lovely write-up of their wedding celebration.
This weekend sees the beginning of my 2017 weddings, starting at the lovely Islington Town Hall who are always so gracious to photographers, trusting us to work with discretion but without restriction, which is what we do best. I’m so looking forward to this spring and summer’s weddings and some warmth on these old winter bones. Up next, we’re going to central London for a Dartmouth House wedding for a gorgeous bride and groom and then perhaps to Aix-en-Provence for another al fresco celebration and some Vera Wang… There’s a lot of catching up to do!