Hi, I’m Warren a Markington Hall wedding photographer working in a documentary style, this means that I will spend the whole day with you from getting ready in the morning right through to the last dance. I focus on capturing the special moments and the many emotions of the day with only a few posed shots. As you can see below I like to work creatively with light to capture the essence of your day, all the laughter and fun, the beautiful details as well as the intimate moments.
Markington Hall wedding
What a beautiful wedding venue Markington Hall is, an absolutely perfect place to get married. Erin and her bridesmaids spent most of the morning getting ready in Harrogate, meeting up with friends and family and as I do with every wedding I photograph I arrived early to capture what was going on. The wedding party drank champagne and ate canapes on the lawn and later on in the day, everybody walked across the bridge to Copper Beech Glade (part of the estate at Markington Hall) for a dance-off and a bake-off! Can I just say I had a slice of every single cake in the competition and I could not make a decision at all, every single cake was as good as the other one. Later on in the evening, we created a DIY photo booth which was a real hit with all the guests. Erin and Ben had the most amazing wedding day and so did their friends and family.
Here are some of my favourite photographs from the day.
Vintage transport – Yester year cars
Shoes – Aldo
Celebrant – Memory box
Wedding co ordination – Lucy Wright events
Sperry tent – Papakata
Afternoon food – The Moocher
Coffee – Bob the coffee man
Bell tents – Glampit
Deckchairs – Sophie likes
Music – Disco wed
Markington Hall wedding venue
Markington Hall is situated in the small village of Markington in the beautiful countryside of North Yorkshire. Markington Hall and the site it stands on has a long and interesting history. Markington or Merchiston (as it was referred to in the Domesday Book) dates back to the Bronze Age and today there are still signs of the Barrows constructed during this time. In 1069 there was no Markington Hall but a fortified hunting lodge which was situated in the Forest of Knaresborough. This was later ransacked and burnt to the ground. The first hall was built around 1285-1309. In 1309 Henry de Markington was listed as being Lord of Markington Manor. In 1731 the estate was taken over by the Wilberforce family who still owns it today. The head of the house is the great, great, great, great-grandson of William Wilberforce (1759-1833) who owned the house but never actually lived in it because of his tireless and selfless campaign for a law to be passed in parliament banning the slave trade.
Markington Hall wedding photographer
You will put so much time into organising your wedding you need a Markington Hall wedding photographer that will work just as hard to capture all the moments that matter. As you can see from my portfolio I observe what is happening and document it using natural light where possible to create beautiful, emotive photographs. We can arrange a time for portraits in the evening but apart from that I just capture the wedding exactly how it happens. It does not matter how big or small your wedding will be or where it is, I would just love to be there. If you like my style as a documentary wedding photographer and you feel a connection with my work then please get in contact using the online form below.
Alternatively, you could give me a quick call or text on 07954044495 and I can let you know if your date is free.
Thank you for your time.