Becca and Chris came over from the USA to get married and chose the amazing venue of Carberry Tower, near Edinburgh.
Annabel and Johnny were married at Martins Memorial Church in Stornoway, and had their reception at the Caladh Inn.
Another visit to Glasgow for this wedding as Nicola and Paul prepared for their big day. The wedding was at St Aloysius Church in the city centre, before we went over to Loch Lomond Golf Club for the reception. It was a beautiful day, despite a couple of heavy showers just as the bridal party were arriving at church. Another chance to work with the amazing Rosewood Cakes and my fave wedding band Bahookie!
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
A few months ago I received an email from Santiago in Madrid, Spain, who was planning his holiday to Scotland with his girlfriend Veronica. He had decided he was going to propose to her on the holiday and felt that having a photographer there to capture the moment would be a great way to remember it. After much emailing, we came up with a plan and a location at Eilean Donan Castle, the iconic Scottish Castle on the West Coast of Scotland. We exchanged photographs, so we knew who we…
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
My first wedding at the stunning venue of Lodge on Loch Goil for this wonderful wedding of Paula and Abby
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!