Wedding, Business and Portrait Photography

“Passionate about photography, we don’t believe any other form of communication can capture a moment or tell a story quite so powerfully.”

Welcome to Stonelock Photography! We are Ally & AJ, a husband and wife photography team based on the London and Surrey border.

If you’re getting married then congratulations! Photography is such an important part of your wedding day and choosing your wedding photographer is a big decision so we’re delighted that you’ve stopped by to look at our work. Please take a look at our galleries and read our blog to get to know us a little better and understand how we approach photographing a wedding.

We are known for combining documentary style, natural photography with stunning bride and groom portraits whilst providing an easy going, friendly service. But you don’t have to take our word for it, just read our testimonials and recommendations!

Thank you for visiting our website, we hope you like what you see.

“We would recommend Stonelock photography to everyone, you would be hard pressed to find such a hard working, talented and lovely couple to capture your day!” Chris & Nic

“Ally and AJ photographed our wedding and they did a beautiful job.” Alex & Rachel

Highly Commended Best Creative Business in the 2015 Croydon Business Awards!

Latest blog posts


Autumn & Winter Wedding Photography Promotion!

Our Short & Sweet Weekday wedding collection is now available ALL week, including Saturdays & Sundays from now until Feb 28th 2020!

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Fitzleroi Barn West Sussex, South Downs, Wedding Photography

Fitzleroi Barn, West Sussex, Wedding Photography: Becky + Mark

Early summer Becky & Mark were married at the beautiful Fitzleroi Barn over looking the South Downs in West Sussex.

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A Great Fosters, Surrey Wedding: Siobhan + Chris

Siobhan & Chris said 'I do' at the beautiful Grade two listed Great Fosters in Egham, Surrey earlier this year. January, being right in the middle of winter, is traditionally a quiet month for weddings. We had our fingers crossed for snow (it arrived four days later!

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