Reading, Berkshire wedding photographer
Photographs like these of you, your family and friends could be yours to treasure when the wedding day is a distant memory.
There is no feeling like seeing your loved one for the first time on the wedding day. Photographed at Pennyhill Park Hotel.
Nicola couldn’t wait for the speech to end to show how much she loves her brand new husband. Photographed at Maunsel House.
I love to think how Eve will feel looking back at this wedding day image in fifty years time. Photographed in Aldermaston.
Ed and Laura steal a few moments together on the bridge at the wonderful Stoke Park Club
That moment just before it all starts. Harriet takes a deep breath.
Claire and Ben have a moment to take it all in at their Wasing Park wedding.
Sometimes, photographs of parents and relations become amongst the most important of all.
A wedding photograph at Luxters Vineyard near Henley.
Such a fun image to have, to look back on.
The evening party. You know your grandchildren are going to laugh at photographs like this, don’t you?
A few moments together under a blue sky at South Lodge Hotel, Sussex.
We braved the night air for a minute or two at a winter wedding at Pennyhill Park Hotel
Simon Kemp is a specialist wedding photographer based in Reading, Berkshire and has photographed over 800 weddings in and around Reading and also in Hampshire, Surrey, Buckinghamshire, London and further afield. Some favourite wedding venues include Pennyhill Park Hotel in Bagshot, Wasing Park near Aldermaston, Danesfield House near Henley on Thames, Syon Park in West London, Hampden House in Buckinghamshire, Silchester House, Cain Manor in Hampshire, The Elvetham near Hartley Witney and many other beautiful wedding venues all over the country. His focus during the wedding is on those beautiful moments that highlight the special relationships between the happy couple and their family and friends. He photographs the people that mean the most to you so that in many years time, the beauty and love will be revealed to you through the photographic collection.