May turned out to be a great month, because as well as the cycling events, I had a huge success in the BIPP Scottish Regional Awards. It was definitely worth a trip to Glasgow
So this one was Sarah and Mo’s big day at the Park Hotel, Thurso.
This wedding was at the United Reform Church, and the reception at The Golf View Hotel in Nairn
Yesterday I was in Glasgow, at the Radisson Blu Hotel, for the annual Scottish BIPP awards.It was a fun day, which started with the student awards, which were really amazing quality, and they had a great turn out on the day. We then had talks from the Judges Denise and Alan, before the AGM and buffet. Then it was awards time. I must admit, I didn’t expect to get anything this year, as I had (as usual) left my entries to the very last minute, and couldn’t even remember what…
My first wedding photography of 2016 was along the road at Achnagairn Castle, one of my favourite venues.
Well, that’s another year completed. It has been quite a year, on a photographic and personal level, there were some pretty epic times. Numerous weddings throughout Scotland and many commercial shoots, a photographic trip to Gambia,two live wedding proposals, tonnes of charity work, 4500 miles on a bicycle, and much more. I hope to go through some of the best bits here, so here goes!
I was delighted to win another Gold award and two other images received Highly Commended in the latest Societies Competition. I haven’t entered much lately, so I was pleased to get a Gold.
The beautiful Skibo Castle was the venue for the wedding of Louise and Yves. The couple had travelled over from Switzerland for the special day. A beautiful service, conducted by Susan Brown was the highlight of the day. I will let the photos tell the story of this one.
Fiona and Ross had chosen Kilmuir and Logie Easter Church for their wedding ceremony, with the reception being held at Kincraig Castle Hotel, Invergordon. We started the day at Kincraig, where everyone was getting ready. It was a nice day for November, although a bit cold and windy, but the autumn colours looked great. After a nice ceremony, we had some fun shooting around the church grounds before heading back to Kincraig for the rest of the photos. A great day – here are a few photos.
Culloden House Hotel, Inverness was the venue for the wedding of Thurso couple Anne and Roy. I love Culloden House for weddings, but it always looks it’s best in Autumn with the red leaves on the house really standing out. I had known Anne and her family for many years, as well as many of the guests, so this really was a pleasure to shoot. I love Caithness weddings, even when they are not in Caithness. It’s always good catching up with people I know. The ceremony was a fun…