Buxted Park Hotel Wedding Photographer
Real Photojournalism From Your Buxted Park Hotel Wedding Photographer
Hopefully you’ve found this page because you’re looking for a natural, documentary style wedding photographer for your celebrations at Buxted Park Hotel in Sussex. Fantastic news if that’s you, because wedding photojournalism is my speciality! I spent 18 years as a news photographer at The Times newspaper in London before bringing the skills I learnt there to documenting weddings. Check out some of my Editorial Photography, then have a look at how that style is reflected in some of the 200 weddings I’ve photographed in the last few years.
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Buxted Park Hotel is one of the best places to consider for your wedding celebrations in Sussex. It’s one of the best Uckfield hotels, with some rave reviews on Tripadvisor. The history of the Palladian Country House hotel dates back to 1722 when Sir Thomas Medley build the original building. Since then it’s hosted the likes of William Wordsworth, Marlon Brando and Winston Churchill. With 44 bedrooms and a 2 AA Rosette restaurant, it is the perfect country setting for a fabulous wedding party. And it’s only a short drive or train ride form London, making it really convenient for a weekend celebration. You can be sure of top quality service from Luxury Hotel group Handpicked.
Classic Documentary Wedding Photography
Story-telling photography is becoming increasingly popular for weddings. But there’s a real difference between photographers taking ‘candid’ pictures of people not looking at the camera, and a true photojournalist who tells engaging stories where all the images work together. Check out the stories I’ve documented at Buxted Park Hotel below, or have a look at some recent weddings on the blog. You’ll soon be able to recognise how they all have the same style, and how all the images work well at transporting the viewer to the wedding day. This is what high quality wedding photojournalism does. If that’s what you’re looking for, get in touch to see if I’m available on your wedding date.