Wedding Photography Oxfordshire


No wonder Oxford is referred to as the city of dreaming spires, as even a short walk around would impress the most cynical visitor. On a warm sunny day I liken Oxford to cities such as Florence or Rome. The stunning architecture and history are clear to see and the city has a real cosmopolitan vibe to it.

The Universities date back to the 12th century and contain some incredibly unique buildings. From the Bodleian library to the Radcliffe camera and observatory, there’s something new to see around every corner. And what could be more romantic than punting a barge down the river, it’s almost like being in Venice!

I have photographed beautiful weddings at many of the colleges in Oxford including Merton, Keble, Exeter, Worcester and St Edmund’s Hall. It never ceases to amaze me how all of the colleges are so incredibly different and unique.


“There was romance in every place. But Venice, like Oxford, had kept the background for romance, and, to the true romantic, background was everything, or almost everything.” Oscar Wilde

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Wedding Venues in Oxford

The city also has it’s fair share of other beautiful wedding venues and top of the list has to be the Bodleian Library. This beautiful, historical building is steeped in history and always looks incredible with simple decor. Then there are other venues such as the impressive Randolph Hotel to smaller boutique hotels such as the The Old Parsonage and more quirky venues such as The Jam Factory. The Ashmolean Museum offers civil wedding ceremonies in a variety of rooms and has a rooftop restaurant if you want to continue the party upstairs.

I am proud to be a recommended supplier for the Bodleian Library and have also photographed a selection of weddings at The Jam Factory, The Ashmolean Museum and The Perch.