WEDDING VENUES I HAVE PHOTOGRAPHED

Here is a list of wedding venues I have recently worked with to photograph around Kent and in the UK.

 

  • Archbishop’s PalaceA historic 14th and 16th-century building on the East bank of the River Medway.
  • Audley HouseA luxury manor house development situated in the 450-acre splendor of Mote Park, Maidstone.
  • Brookland Village Hall A quaint, countryside village hall in the marshes at Romney Marsh.
  • Charlton House A manor house, regarded as the best-preserved ambitious Jacobean house in Greater London.
  • Croydon Registry Office – A beautiful town hall, grade II listed building built in 1895 situated opposite the scenic Queen’s Gardens.
  • Danson StablesConverted 18th-century stables with a courtyard and stunning gardens in Bexley.
  • Gillingham Golf ClubMedway’s primary golf club with tree lined fairways and small greens.
  • Hainault Forest Golf ClubRolling greens with miles of trees and views stretching across the London skyline.
  • Manor House, SidcupGrade II listed manor house used as a registry office.
  • Rochester CastleAmazingly preserved 12th-century castle situated on the banks of the River Medway.
  • Rochester Corn ExchangeBuilt in 1698 with high ceilings, sweeping staircases and stunning architecture.
  • Scotney CastleA country manor house and castle with formal gardens in the valley of the River Bewl.
  • St. Edmund K&M ChurchA small church in West Kingsdown known as “The Church in the Woods”.
  • St. George Vaults A grade II listed, 16th-century crypt underneath Rochester High Street.
  • St. John of Jerusalem ChurchA Hackney church build in 1848 with a stunning copper spire.
  • St. Leonard’s ChurchA 12th-century church standing tall, looking out over the seafront of Hythe.
  • St. Margaret’s ChurchA historic 12th-century church that can be seen from all over Rainham.
  • St. Nicholas’ ChurchThe 12th-century built, soul survivor of four medieval churches within New Romney.
  • The BarnYard – A rural complex with elegant wood-beamed structure, a farm compound and large weddings gazebo.
  • The Bromley Court Hotel – An elegant hotel, surrounded by scenic gardens with stunning views of London and the Kentish countryside.
  • The Ferry House Inn A beautiful 16th Century Country Public House sitting alongside the Swale Estuary.
  • The Great Danes Hotel A very large hotel wedding venue situated in the heart of Kent.
  • The Grand HotelBuilt in 1889 with breathtaking views of the world famous Leas Promenade and French Skyline.
  • The Guildhall Museum – A historic Grade I listed building, constructed in 1697 filled with ancient artworks.
  • The Hythe ImperialMercure Hotel with stunning views built in 1880, named a Kent Wedding Award finalist.
  • The Hickstead Hotel – A stunning wedding venue in the heart of the Sussex countryside and the South Downs; dead smack in the middle between Brighton and Gatwick Airport.
  • The Old HouseBulgarian, traditional and culturally rich restaurant in Maidstone.
  • The Royal Function RoomsGrand, open “theatre” halls in the middle of historic Rochester.
  • The Secret Garden – A creative venue in Kent with unique gardens and a beautiful glass greenhouse.
  • The St. George HotelA large yet “personal” hotel in Rochester built in 1967.
  • The Thurrock HotelModern hotel in Essex next to the M25.