Working as a London Band Photographer I often get the opportunity to work with some interesting and unique ideas for band shoots on location. Recently I worked with Silent Frenzy on a specific brief to create some band shots in a commercial kitchen. An interesting location for band photography, and we also found a nice industrial looking alley…
Classical musician photography is something I am specialised in and I have been lucky enough to work with some very talented cellists, violinists, pianists, singers and conductors.
Often I’m lucky enough to hear the musician play while I work. Not only is this an ideal way for me to get good photos, but is also an excuse to have my own personal performance!
Recent classical musician photography assignments have included a student of the Royal College of Music, a conductor and a cellist who plays in various orchestras around London.
As a classical musician photographer I can work either in my studio, or I have a number of regular venues that I use throughout London including some with a grand piano. I have photographed musicians in kitchens, concert halls, school gyms, in the studio, at music venues and in skate parks. I’m happy to discuss the best venue for your requirements.
Most of my work with classical musicians is used for promotional purposes, for example on websites or albums.
Here is some Stoke Newington Wedding Photography from Pete and Kate’s big day. I was lucky enough to be the photographer at Pete and Kate’s wedding in Stoke Newington. I first worked with them last year and created some family portraits for them (apparently they liked them!), so they invited me back to be their Stoke Newington Wedding Photographer. Their day took place around their favourite haunts along Church Street and around.
Stoke Newington Wedding Photography
Starting at their flat, I firstly created some photography of the happy couple getting ready before the wedding, including a visit to the hairdressers for the whole family, and a stop at a florist on Stoke Newington Church Street to pick up the flowers. After being joined by a group of family and close friends, the wedding party then walked through Stoke Newington to the Town Hall where the ceremony took place. In addition to photographing the wedding I also shot the progress of the party from getting ready to arriving at the wedding venue.
Following the intimate and emotional wedding ceremony we headed over to the Rose and Crown where the reception took place. Kate and Pete had booked out the pub for themselves and it turned out to be a lovely and atmospheric venue for a relaxed wedding reception. Champagne, great food, good beer and the company of close firends helped everyone to celebrate Kate and Pete’s wedding.
Kate and Pete are moving from Stoke Newington back to Australia soon to start their married life, so hopefully my wedding photography will provide them with some happy memories of their time (and wedding) in London.