Dulwich College in November

The great thing about weddings at Dulwich College is that it doesn't really matter what the weather is doing. The Great Hall is a fantastic venue for a wedding breakfast, and the winter light works well with lots of oak panelling.

Dulwich College Wedding Photography

My favourite wedding venue? Possibly, but it's certainly the one closest to home! The fabulous Beauberry House runs it close, but the winter light was on Dulwich College's side as it streamed in through those massive windows. Leon's mother was a wedding photographer herself so we needed to impress and we couldn't have asked for better guests and weather.

We received a great review from Leon and Nicola on Freeindex:

We entrusted David with the responsibility to photograph our wedding day.

His style of wedding photography is simply beautiful. He tells a story from start to finish, capturing every special moment from a unique perspective.

He was with us from start to finish and we can honestly say that the only times that we knew he was there was when he said 'hello' and 'goodbye'. David has the brilliant ability to take the most intimate of photographs without intruding on your day.

Thank you!

Dulwich College and Dulwich Chapel

I could hardly have asked for a better day. Not only were Pippa, Jonno and their guests the grooviest, happiest, most relaxed bunch of people to photograph but the ceremony and reception was less than a mile from my studio......For the first time in my wedding photography career I walked to work! Pippa used to be a teacher in Dulwich Village and a choir of her ex-pupils were on hand to sing in the chapel. Not a bad work benefit.

Here are a few of my favourites from Dulwich Chapel and Dulwich College.