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Tamsin and Gary Wedding eShoot Photography | Kitley House Hotel, Plymouth

Unusually, I had not met Tamsin and Gary before they booked me for their wedding. We had agreed to meet in the reception of the georgeous Kitley House Hotel – a country house hotel in Yealmpton, Near Plymouth. Sitting by the open fire I remember feeling rather disappointed when a good-looking and obviously-engaged couple walked through […]

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Tom and Fran’s Wedding in Claygate and at The Dorchester

Fran and Tom married in their local church in Claygate, Surrey and then had a reception at The Dorchester – what a great venue the famous hotel was for the reception.  They had come to me for their photography via Claire and Alex whose wedding I photographed last year. Because not all the guests were […]

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A beautiful reading for a wedding

A recent Tweet by The Wedding Community asking for readings from weddings reminded me of the lovely reading we found for our wedding. We had originally selected something from The Prophet but as it was a civil ceremony the registrar disallowed it. So, we went along to Borders in Oxford Street (sadly not there anymore […]

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Kim Herbing - Beautiful reading Martin, no wonder you have a tear in your eye!

Martin Gammon - Thank you for your comment, Kim. It does get me every time.

Why selecting a Wedding Photographer is like buying a pair of shoes (and vice versa) | Surrey Wedding Photographer

Ask yourself this:  if you were buying a pair of shoes, how would you go  about it? It’s a decision that should be a practical one, I know, but in many cases becomes emotional. (I feel the same way about clothes and ice cream). Assuming we are not talking about an impulse purchase (so that […]

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Suzanne and Carlos’ Wedding at Brompton Oratory and Middle Temple

The Brompton Oratory makes a stunning ceremony venue. This was in the amazing little chapel next door to the main oratory. It’s cosy, wood-panelled and packed with atmosphere. Middle Temple Hall is equally impressive and capable of seating up to 300 people – not too many venues in London can do that for a sit […]

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