Andy Tyler London Wedding Photographer

I’m Andy, a wedding photographer in London

Every wedding photographer can pinpoint the moment in time they became hooked on photography. The moment they took a photo, looked at it and felt something. That indescribable feeling. From that moment on, every time they pick up a camera, they are trying to re-create that feeling.

I can pinpoint that moment to 1.17am on July 9th, 2001 on a Greek island. The moment my friend did a flaming shot of sambucca in his mouth, and I grabbed a photo of the flames coming out of his mouth. Ask me about it and I’ll happily show you the photo.

Andy Tyler

Wedding photography with feeling

As a wedding photographer, I am always aiming to transport people back to moments when they felt something. The emotions you go through on your wedding day are emotions you may only experience once in your lifetime. Some of the feelings will just last a short moment, and I aim to capture those moments with my camera so they are frozen in time. Photos that will forever remind you of exactly how you felt in that moment. That is what motivates me at every wedding I am fortunate enough to photograph. I’m chasing a feeling.

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I’ve got plenty of experience

I have been taking photos for more than 19 years and photographing weddings for more than 6 years now. I’ve shot at top London venues like The Dorchester, The Rosewood, St Pancras Renaissance, Old Billingsgate, The Hilton Park Lane, The Montcalm and The Brewery in London city. I’ve been a Jewish wedding photographer, church wedding photographer and Asian wedding photographer.

Whatever you have planned for your wedding, I can create beautiful photos. Whether you’re getting married outside in the middle of summer, in a dimly lit synagogue on a winter’s day, or in a hotel with atmospheric lighting, you can live the moment, knowing your photos are in safe hands with me.

I also take photos for businesses which you can see on my corporate photography website.



Getting to know me

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I live in North London with my amazing wife Rachel and our fluffy feline companion, Audrey Fluffburn. Rachel and I met online, and after going out for a couple of years, I proposed to her whilst she sat on a large mushroom (well, strictly speaking, it was a bracket fungus) in the New Forest. A year later we tied the knot ourselves at the St Pancras Renaissance Hotel, a stunning building that we both love. We jetted off to Japan on our honeymoon, which was an unreal trip I wish we could do all over again.

I grew up in Wimbledon but spent a year living in New York City as an eleven-year-old, and then spent 3 years living in Sydney before I turned 30. I have soft spots for both places, particularly the big apple, and I go back fairly often. I love traveling and exploring new places. One of my favourite trips was travelling coast to coast of the USA on the greyhound bus. That was quite an experience, I think I saw more of the country than 99% of Americans!

When I’m not travelling or working, I love good food, great coffee and keeping in shape (although I’m not a gym person really). I’m a big tennis fan, and no, that’s not because I grew up in Wimbledon! I’ve obviously been to Wimbledon lots of times, the Australian Open a couple of times and the US Open once. I just need to go to Roland Garros to complete the career grand slam.

My Latest Work

Same Sex Wedding at Old Marylebone Town Hall

Cat and Jess got in touch when they were planning their London wedding for Old Marylebone Town Hall.  They were planning the trip down to London with all their guests for their big day. They were all going to stay...

Brixton Wedding Photographer

Destin and Mary-Anne tied the knot as soon as possible after lockdown restrictions allowed in April. When I met them both on a video call which I like to do with all couples before confirming a booking, I knew instantly...

New Year, New Award Wins!

Well, there haven't been too many weddings to shoot recently, so I have had the opportunity to enter some photographs from weddings I have already captured into some different awards. I entered Fearless for the first time ever, and given...