Wedding Photos
That Tell Your Story

Weddings happen in the blink of an eye. The build-up is often so long, and then before you know it, the day arrives and it whizzes past. Your wedding day, which you have been planning for so long, is suddenly just a memory. The trouble with memories is that they have an annoying habit of fading. That’s why I fell in love with wedding photography, because photos can trigger your memory to remember moments that you might otherwise forget. Moments which you will love to look back on for years to come.

Andy Tyler, London Jewish Wedding PhotographyI’m Andy…

…a wedding photographer with a passion for creating images that my couples will treasure forever. I get a buzz from taking photos that capture the energy, emotion and feeling of a fleeting moment. Every time I click the shutter, I’m striving to take a photo that will transport you back to that moment. I shoot weddings all over the place but I love to creatively photograph London weddings.

"We knew even before we got engaged that we wanted Andy as our wedding photographer, and it was without a doubt one of the best decisions we made."

Tash & Ian, the Beths

"We were unsure about being in front of the camera, but Andy was amazing, he put us at ease in no time."

Charlie & Imogen, the Gluckmans

"Andy's photography is classy, fun yet intimate. Every time we look at our photos we feel the energy that was in the room."

Laura & Nathan, the Gambas

I’ll be there, close by, when you experience them first hand, but you’ll hardly notice me and my camera. I want you to see the photos from your wedding day and feel like you are there again, lost in the moment. Remember the unforgettable feeling when you saw each other for the first time on the day. Laugh again at the best man’s one-liners. See the unmistakable look of pride on the face of your parents.

Your story is unique to you and your wedding is a celebration of just that. I’m a storyteller at heart and I love using photos to tell the story of you and your day.



Photos with Light, Shadow and Colour

I’ve been taking photos for over seventeen years so I’m confident at taking beautiful photos in any environment, be it bright summer sunshine or a dark winter day inside. I’ve photographed weddings as the sun sets behind the couple, in midday sunshine and of course inside many beautiful venues, which often play host to London weddings thanks to the somewhat unreliable weather. I add lighting where needed, but only in a way that maintains the ambience of the moment. I subtly use light to enhance the mood in a photo and draw the viewer’s eye to the right place. Us photographers talk about light a lot, but shadows are just as important. I love using dark shadows and bright highlights to create dramatic photos. Add in a dose of vibrant colour and you get images that really pop.


London Jewish Wedding Photography

If you’re planning a Jewish wedding in London, whether it’s a big, glitzy wedding at a fancy hotel, or a smaller, more intimate wedding at a venue that means a lot to you, photography is so important. I don’t have a Jewish sounding name, but I am Jewish myself and I love photographing Jewish weddings. The slow build up, seeing each other for the first time in the bedecken, the emotion under the chuppah, and the explosion of energy and love as soon as the glass is smashed. And the parties are always bursting with energy and warmth. I get stuck into the dancing because I want the photos to make you feel like you were there, with your arms around your closest friends and family.


Destination Wedding Photography

Love travelling? Me too. Having your wedding abroad is a great way to make the occasion last that little bit longer, and why not?

If it’s going to be the best day of your life, why not make it the three best days of your life? And why not get married somewhere where the sun is always going to shine? Okay, I’m not suggesting you get married in Northern Scandinavia, but if you were, I would love to be there. I’ve shot weddings in Colombia, Italy, Israel and love adding to that list. I’d love to chat to you about your destination wedding.

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