Monthly Archives: December 2010
Spent a lovely afternoon in Edinburgh today in the company of Fiona, Gareth and their 2 lovely wee ones Emilia and Euan. I’m so glad I had my 3rd weetabix in the morning because they are just little bundles of energy! But when I managed to get their attention, with fantastic help from mum
99% of all my portraits are shot with a 50mm lens. Keep it simple! The thing about ‘home portrait shoots’ is that, until you arrive, you really have no idea what you’ve got to work with in terms of location, ambient lighting and props. And when you get there you literally
wizards Happiness is spending 20minutes to capture something that’s forever Love them to pieces.
I love this shot! And taken just in time :-) Thank you Lindsey & Kenny for asking me to be your photographer on your wedding day at a very glittery and a very glamourous Dundas Castle. You both looked a million dollars too (including all your girlfriends Lindsey!) and suited the venue and the
I do portraits as well you know Thank you Lauren for booking a studio portrait session with me and for actually making the appointment, given the sub zero temperatures and icy roads. You did amazingly well; posed beautifully and took direction like a real ‘next top model’. The hour
Carol & Grant’s wedding storybook How Carol & Grant’s fantastic wedding day looked from my point of view, as their wedding photographer, from start to finish Ceremony at St Michael’s Parish, Linlithgow and then onto Glenskirlie House & Castle, near Stirling for the reception.
Or so it seems! Every week I receive emails asking advice on what I do and how I do it. Emails from middle managers, for example, who have been made redundant and are now looking for an ‘interesting’ career change, emails from students desperate to switch courses to something more
Yesterday was as close as you could get to a winter wonderland wedding at The Church of the Holy Rude and then onto Stirling Castle. It was certainly one the coldest weddings I’ve ever photographed in terms of the weather. But one of the warmest and kindest in terms of the families involved.