The Asylum Chapel chapel is a Grade II listed building, built in 1826 by the Licensed Victualers Benevolent Institution for use by the residents of Caroline Gardens. Bombed in WWII, it's now derelict but somehow the stained glass survives.
We have exclusive use of the Asylum Chapel for group of photographers to join us and take part in a fashion and portrait photography session. It's a large location with a unique atmosphere and crumbling appearance.
We will have professional models, styled to compliment the derelict atmosphere of the venue, for photographers to work with on this session. There will be several set ups that you can photograph and you will spend time in different parts of the location, with different models and lighting to get a variety of images.
Our aim is to get you taking photos that could be used on the fashion websites or high quality editorial content in magazines.
We will use a mixture of available light and our own lighting. 36exp staff will be on hand to assist as required.
Times: Location access from 1-6pm, shoot time 1.45-5.45pm.
Location details: Asylum Chapel, Caroline Gardens, Asylum Rd, Peckham, London SE15 2SQ