I’ve developed somewhat of a specialism as a Greek wedding photographer over the years. My style of photography is a balance of elegant portraits and natural documentary shooting, suited to capturing great moments. So shooting weddings with lots of action, emotion and dancing really play to my strengths. My coverage is always unlimited so I’m there to capture the getting ready and the Stolisma, right through to the last moments on the dance floor!
A Few Favourites
As I’ve mentioned, I’ve photographed quite a few Greek weddings now so I have a lot of images to choose from! But here a just a few of my favourites from recent years to give a taste of my style. I’ve laid out more images from four weddings further down the page to give a little more insight into my approach to shooting.
Greek Fusion Wedding In Oxfordshire
Catherine and Kyri had a beautiful wedding at Aynhoe Park in Oxfordshire. There was a mix of Greek, Spanish and English traditions on show, and they all blended beautifully. Here are just a few highlights, you can see more on their blog post here.
Greek Church Wedding In Birmingham
Estelle and Terry had an amazing wedding, starting at a spectacular church near the Jewellry Quarter. The Greek Orthodox Cathedral of the Dormition of Theotokos and Saint Andrew has such a grand aisle. We stayed back for a few minutes after the ceremony to capture a few lovely portraits before the happy couple came outside to be showered in confetti.
After that it was on to the Birmingham Hilton Metropole for an incredible reception. There were over 500 guests at this wedding so you can imagine the dance floor was jumping! As a Greek wedding photographer this is all you need to make amazing images.
A Home Marquee Wedding In Kent
Kyra and Yiotis had lovely wedding at the family home in Kent. Marquee weddings are a great way to accommodate all your friends and make the party just how you want it. The sun shone all afternoon and the dancing raged on into the small hours!
A Greek Wedding at Hedsor House
Hedsor House is one of my favourite ever venues, and I’m lucky to a recommended photographer there. Steph got ready at The Grove before the ceremony at the pretty Twelve Apostles Church near Hatfield, before heading back to Hedsor for a lovely reception. The music at their wedding was amazing, with a great violinist playing them in and entertaining through dinner. The dance floor was super busy all night with Kyri pulling out from great moves with some help from his groomsmen!