We didn’t just want to create another wedding photography conference. We wanted to craft a unique experience and vibe in the UK for wedding photographers which was the perfect mix of inspiration, education, socialising and epic partying. We threw the first NineDots Gathering in November 2015 and people loved it. We made it bigger and better in 2016 and people loved it hard. We made it longer and switched things up for 2017. And in 2018 we rocked worlds for the fourth time in a row. Now we’re back for OUR FIFTH BIRTHDAY EXTRAVAGANZA and plan to bring you the best Gathering yet in 2019 – are you ready?!
Gathering 2018 highlights coming soon. For now enjoy these highlights of last year’s Gathering… We’re almost sold out already for 2019, grab your ticket soon!
2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 Presenter
“These words are the honest truth, no hyperbole or exaggeration; go to the next 9D Gathering. Do it. It was the most fun and inspirational photography event I’ve been to. It had everything; inspirational speakers, fantastic attitudes and awesome attendees (and one of the best parties I’ve been to in my entire life). Seriously. Do it.”
Dom + Liam Shaw
2015 Official Photographers, 2016 Attendees, 2017 Presenters
Last year we were asked by some of our industry friends to photograph something just a little bit different in the form of the inaugural Nine Dots Gathering in London. Having never attended anything like this before we were curious to see how we would find it and, of course, we were looking forward to the challenge of capturing the event.
2015, 2017, 2018 Attendee, 2016 Presenter
“Man, what to say about the awesome event that was the Gathering? Well, I knew it was gonna be fab – I was one of the first to snap up a ticket – but it exceeded my (already sky high) expectations by a mile. The speakers, yes – all totally inspiring.
“The choice of speakers was great and it was fascinating to see the different avenues they took to get to where they are. The choice of venue with the ping pong was inspired and I did not think originally that it would have that effect. I met many people by being asked or asking them to play or joining in. It also brought a very fun element, joviality and sometimes competitiveness.