Welcome to Mount Park Photography. My name is Gurdeep and I am a wedding photographer based in Middlesex, just outside London, UK.

My father was a professional wedding photographer in his younger days and I guess it was only natural that I would eventually follow his keen interest in photography, albeit in the digital age of photography. Starting from a passing interest, to then capturing weddings, as a second shooter, with my friends, my love of photography has grown and encouraged, by friends and family, I decided to go it alone into world of photography, something i've never looked back on.

Feel free to check out my full portfolio on Instagram


The most important part of any wedding is the happy couple, their family and guests. My photography style tries to reflect this; relaxed, unobtrusive whilst capturing all the sentiment of the wonderful day, from start to finish.They say a picture can tell a thousand words and wedding photography to me, is about capturing those words and memories as faithfully as possible. A wedding is just the perfect story of love, warmth, celebration and pure natural emotion.

My photography style is favoured towards a more natural and relaxed documentary/journalistic approach, not one where I am telling you where to look or how to stand. I watch, anticipate and capture every moment of your wedding - after all, you put so much effort into planning it, you should enjoy it and remember it!

As a wedding photographer, to be successful, you always have to ask yourself - does this take you back to where it all happened? Does it recreate the warmth, emotion and love that you felt at that time?

As a digital wedding photographer, capturing the images is only part of the journey. I have a real passion for editing pictures and I love working with them to make sure they do your wedding day the justice that they deserve - it is all part of the art of the modern age of wedding photography

Your story is already being written, I am just here to publish it

“What I like about photographs is that they capture a moment that’s gone forever, impossible to reproduce.” — Karl Lagerfeld