The Travellers Club was founded in 1819 and moved to its present purpose-built clubhouse, designed by Charles Barry, in 1832. The Club has many foreign Ambassadors and High Commissioners in London among its members.
Throughout the Club's existence distinguished members of the Diplomatic Service, the Home Civil Service, and the Armed Forces have come to the Travellers Club, while other professions have increasingly been added to the membership, as international travel has become part of the working life of a wider and wider range of occupations.
The Travellers Club is a dream venue for wedding photography. It has many locations for photographs. The grounds are fantastic and inside you are spoilt for choice as to where to capture. It is great to meet up with couples prior to the wedding. When this happens we often walk around looking at the rooms being used. This is not only a great way of involving the couple, it is also a good way of getting to know each other. There may be a location that people really want to use.
The Travellers Club with its grand rooms is ideal for when the weather is against the day. We will talk about "Plan B" and what will happen. If it is rainy when it comes to the group shots, I quickly set up studio lights in a room of choice.
Coverage here can start at a time that you wish. Photography can finish when you want it to. The day can start with the bride getting ready or when she is just about ready. Photographs then move onto capturing guests arriving. The service is captured. After the service I spend time unobtrusively photographing the bridal party and guests before time is spent on the group shots. After this I spend time with the married couple before the wedding breakfast commences.
Wedding photography can finish at this point. If you choose for coverage to continue I will capture the speeches and first dance. It will also include capturing evening guests as they arrive and once again unobtrusively recording the evening. About 30 minutes after the first dance, the wedding story is complete.
Photographs from the day are ready to go online in you very own password protected private gallery 7 days after the wedding. If you have chosen the USB package (all images taken on the day, hand processed and fully printable) this will be posted direct to you within 10 days. If you have chosen your album images, again this will be posted directly to you within 14 days.
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