BRIGHTON WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHER
I'm based 15 minutes down the coast from Brighton so I love a Brighton wedding. It's a great location for fun, laid back couples who want to get married by the beach. I photograph a lot of weddings at Brighton Town Hall, they're often intimate weddings and the couple just wants ceremony coverage and some cool couple portraits on the beach afterwards so I have a package specifically for these weddings. I love the portrait session part of the wedding day in Brighton as there are so many places to go. I often take my couples to the beach, the pier and the lanes; you could get ice cream on the beach, a pint from a local pub, go on the fairground rides on the pier, dip your toes in the sea, or just a relaxed walk around the town. My style of photography is very laid back so I like to have fun with my couples.
BEHIND THE SCENES
Here is a short behind the scenes video of a Brighton elopement I shot along side Amber Rose Morgan Films.
EXPLORE BRIGHTON WEDDING VENUES
As a wedding photographer near Brighton I have had the pleasure of shooting at a lot of local venues. I have a list of 40 wedding venues in Brighton and Sussex you can look at here.
If you're having your ceremony Brighton Town Hall you may be looking for a reception venue, luckily for you Brighton is full of lots of different options. Some I highly recommend are Patterns, Fabrica and The Spire; these are all brilliant wedding venues in the heart of Brighton. If you're looking for something more casual you can look into hiring a local pub or restaurant, a few I know of are: Burnt Orange, Cafe Rust, Al Duomo, The Mesmerist, The Vine Club, Rockwater Hove and Brighton Music Hall but there are lots more.
If you're looking for a venue where you can legally get married and have your ceremony at the same place then there are only a few places available in Brighton including Pangdean Old Barn, the i360, The Royal Pavilion, and the main hotels like The Grand and Hotel du Vin.