Monthly Archives: August 2011
Domenica Today I was mostly photographing an elephant! Domenica the Elephant. The Dome, one of Scotland’s premier venues for private and corporate functions (and one of my favourite places for a tipple and a night out) has sponsored Domenica and she has been pride of place inside The Dome
Saturday was an extra special day for me. I was Fiona & Richard’s wedding photographer at the majestic Hopetoun House in Edinburgh. But the breathtaking, beautiful surroundings of one of Britain’s most impressive and elegant stately mansions wasn’t what made it extra special.
LINDA & NEIL’S WEDDING STORYBOOK Thank you Linda & Neil for asking me to be your wedding photographer for your glorious wedding day at Turnberry on the west coast of Scotland last month. And you’ve both been fantastically patient while I finalised the 1st draft of your beautiful storybook
Lisa & Anthony in the King's inner chamber at Stirling Castle. I wanted to show off the 37 Stirling Heads ornately carved onto the ceiling, part of the Royal Palace's £12million restoration. Just a quick preview of Lisa & Anthony’s wedding day at Dunblane Cathedral and then
Here is Nora & Greg’s wedding day highlights slideshow! It was my pleasure to be their wedding photographer in Dundee two weeks ago. Hopefully this slideshow will bring back a lot of happy memories of a great day in one of Scotland’s finest cities.
LOOKING FOR A WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHER IN EDINBURGH OR GLASGOW? OR ANYWHERE IN SCOTLAND OR THE REST OF THE WORLD FOR THAT MATTER?
Well, get your booking form in quick! I’ve always worked on a first-booking-form-through-the-door basis. I receive so many emails during the summer months and talk with so many fantastic couples every week, both in person and on the phone, about the possibility of me doing their wedding
One of my favourites from Kristen & Kevin's wedding yesterday. Love it! :-) One of the things I love about being a wedding photographer in Scotland is that you get to meet people from all over the world. The idea and the romance of getting married at a traditional Scottish castle is
From one end of the wedding spectrum to another in the space of 48hrs! That’s what makes my working life so varied and just a bit stressful And it emphasises the fact that although I believe all weddings have the same meaning and significance to most couples getting married, no two
I love creating this style of image. It's very me :-) It makes a refreshing change for me, especially during peak wedding season, to photograph a small, intimate 20 guest wedding. It’s normally all singing, all dancing affairs with zillions of guests (which are great fun). But I love the
Here are just some amazing highlights from your wonderful wedding day Jane & Tim! It certainly brings back a lot of happy memories me personally. It was the first time I’ve visited Cambridgeshire and I loved every second of it. Being around you, photographing your celebrations and
Blue and white sky, maroon and white limo, girls up for a good time. It was always going to be a fun day at Dundas Castle :-) It’s amazing how right you can be about certain things, way before they happen. Speaking with Cheryl and Paul the week before their wedding, I knew it was going to be