Tom Gold – Wedding Photographer London
Stylish, discreet, creative and thoughtful, are words that are used to describe my approach to wedding photography.
Keeping things simple and relaxed, I capture real events of your wedding as they happen during the day, together with a loosely directed shoot of the two of you and a handful of formal family group shots.
The result… A collection of beautiful, vivid photographs that tell the story with timeless style.
Professional Wedding Photography
Over the past ten years I’ve worked as a full time professional wedding photographer in London and the South East. In that time I’ve photographed over 350 weddings and have developed a distinct, but timeless style which is both modern and classic.
I consistently create exceptional photographs, with a calm and unobtrusive approach. Keeping things simple, I capture events as they happen throughout the day, with a reportage / documentary method of observational photography, along with loosely directed images and formal family photography where required.
I not only love working with natural light, but also the challenge of low light and the subtle colours that it creates. I draw inspiration from all corners including photojournalism, architecture, renaissance art and visual aspects of past eras such as art deco design, old movies and vintage fashion.
Finding my place among the best wedding photographers London has to offer, I have photographed weddings in many iconic venues such as St Paul’s Cathedral (OBE Chapel), Drapers Hall, Merchant Taylors Hall, Greenwich Naval College, Eltham Palace, Westminster (Maylebone) Town Hall, Islington Town Hall, Chelsea Town Hall, The Mayfair Library, The Dorchester Hotel, The Barclay Hotel, The Mayfair Hotel and many more.
Although I often work in London, I am now based in Kent. I consider myself to be an international wedding photographer covering weddings abroad, as well as throughout the UK, having worked at Blenheim Palace, Highclere Castle, Leez Priory, Pembroke Lodge, Preston Court, Hampton Court House and dozens of other amazing venues across the country and around the world.
With the rich diversity that London has to offer, I’ve photographed many types of weddings over the years, with experience in civil ceremonies, gay weddings, Jewish weddings, Greek Orthodox weddings, Chinese weddings, Hindu ceremonies, Humanist ceremonies to name just a few.
I use the very latest professional photographic equipment, combining a Nikon D4 digital camera with a range of fast prime and zoom Nikkor lenses (I also carry a full range of back-up equipment).
I’ve had my work published in many newspapers and wedding magazines, including The Sunday Times, Cosmopolitan Bride Magazine, You & Your Wedding Magazine, Hello! Mayfair Resident Magazine, Your London Wedding Magazine, The Westminster Wedding Guide and many more.