In the centre of London towards the end of Summer, Ed and Hannah celebrated their personal outdoor Jewish Wedding at the Langham. Watch the film here.
My style of filmmaking favours a wedding the Ned in many ways. Weddings at the Ned are traditionally darker than most which works hand in hand with my darker style of wedding videography. Located in the heart of London’s financial district, the Ned, with it’s banking heritage exudes a rich elegance that is both urbane and gentlemanly. When mixed with modern floral architecture and candlelight, you have the perfect setting for a elegant wedding.
Arriving into London late the previous evening, I curiously opened my hotel room curtains to see what view the capital had in store for me today. A monochrome blanket of fog lay vast over acres of fields and woodland across the Thames into the distance. Dotted throughout, matchstick figures walking dogs pierced through the mist and made the scene human. This wasn’t the London I was used to. It was a Peaceful and serene London that I hadn’t experienced that often. Today I was to create Tim and Sabine’s Kew Gardens Wedding Video, but not before coffee.
It’s easy to talk about the visuals of this luxury UK wedding here. Wall to wall orchids, celebrity florists, Rockstar performances, beauty at every turn, but what still strikes home with me, over a year later is the people who made this wedding. From my first long conversation with Flo before the event, we chatted about our mutual love of film and I instantly felt relaxed about the entire thing.