Becca and Chris came over from the USA to get married and chose the amazing venue of Carberry Tower, near Edinburgh.
On my travels again, this time to Stirling. The Royal Hotel was the venue of choice for Magdalena and Sean and it was another new location for me. A beautiful sunny day again meant lots of outdoor photos and a walk all the way up to the iconic Stirling Castle. A really fun day with a great group of people!
My first wedding of 2017 was at Fearn Abbey, with the reception at Kincraig Castle Hotel. A beautiful day for March, better than some summer days, with bright sunshine and blue skies. Congratulations to Angela and Hugh!
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
This wedding was at the United Reform Church, and the reception at The Golf View Hotel in Nairn
My first wedding at the stunning venue of Lodge on Loch Goil for this wonderful wedding of Paula and Abby
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.
Five Ways To Improve Your Couple Shots – Wedding Photography
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!