Hi, I’m Liam and welcome to my site!

 Blackheath in South East London is where I currently call home. Having grown up in MK I often return to the motherland to stay with parents and photograph weddings all over Buckinghamshire and Northamptonshire. I’m not a person who has an inspiring story about how I started taking pictures. I didn’t receive my first camera at four and my dad wasn’t a famous film photographer. I actually began to take pictures when my art teachers told me that my paintings were too conceptual. Being a defiant individual I veered away from the conceptual and sought after the most literal form of image making I could find, and then I landed on Photography. The love affair began and since the age of sixteen I’ve spent all my time, effort and money on photography. And it’s been the single most rewarding thing I’ve ever done.

I love what I do

Photography has taken me to some extraordinary places and has allowed me to meet some fantastic people. I’ve been lucky enough to have photographed weddings all over the UK and Europe, recent destination weddings include France, Austria and Croatia. Photography has been a part of my life for longer than I can remember. After being introduced to the majesty of art and visual communication at a young age my love affair with photography developed and has never relented. I share this wonderful adventure called life with my partner Jen. Most of our adventures are based around food. The aim being to eat our way around the world finding the best dishes, cheeses and wines.

about london wedding photographer liam smith

I blend in with the guests, capturing those special moments as they unfold naturally, I like to think my pictures help to re-live the magic of the day. I cover weddings in London, Northamptonshire, Buckinghamshire, and Hertfordshire, but am happy to travel anywhere! Ultimately I think weddings should be fun. I capture not just the love between two people, but all of the wonderful moments that happen between friends and family. I would define my style as photojournalistic with a little fine art thrown in, to be honest, I find these titles limiting. If the light is good, the moment engaging and the composition on point then…well…click! If you would like to arrange a meeting or have any questions then please do get in touch.

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