We are back again from our hiatus to show you the final chapter of Amira and Sujan’s wedding journey.

So far I’ve covered their pre wedding event and of course their Hindu wedding ceremony but now its time to showcase a more sporadic and energetic element of their story – their civil ceremony and wedding reception which was held at Grosvenor House, Park Lane.

What I love about documenting weddings are capturing moments – most wedding photographers emphasis they capture moments, which are true, but I like to dig a little deeper for my clients. To showcase the emotions that are on display or that will arise and be ready to capture the honest truth in a true photojournalism. The sequencing of moments within moments is what I wish to hold my strength, for example in the mornings during the intense rush of putting on the white dress and walking through a hotel whilst a registrar is patiently waiting for a slightly late wedding party is the best time I can capture real wedding images. Everyone’s personality comes through in the images and its almost an invitation to get to know the real person, empathy is key to make this work

The Albemare suite was used to conduct the wedding ceremony from which the light shined beautifully through the windows accompanied with rustic views of London’s Hydepark. But I knew deep down that Amira and Sujan wanted to have an ecstatic wedding reception at the Ballroom. With memorable speeches and dance performances I was able to capture a whole 360 degrees of emotions with positive energy as the dance floor was at full capacity, to really capture the atmosphere and energy is one of my favourite parts of the job.

I wish all my photographs to breath and enlighten all your senses from smell, taste, feel to feeling emotions, to make my couple relive that single moment each time they turn the page from their wedding album. That subtle bookmark of history we place in our timelines and that is why I take such pride in my work.