I love weddings, I love the excitement of the day, and I love being around while all the moments of your big day unfold. I'm always happy to be involved, helping out where I can and always on the look out for the photographs that speak volumes. I specialise in beautiful, natural wedding photography. My style is unobtrusive and relaxed, recording the emotions, little details and key moments.
I regularly work in the following hotels : Ingliston Country Club, The Lynnhurst Hotel, Mar Hall, Gleddoch House Hotel, The Busby Hotel, Burnthouse Manor Hotel, Seamill Hydro, The Central Hotel, The Brisbane Hotel, Brig-a-doon in Ayr, Lochside Hotel, Lochgreen Hotel, Western Hotel Ayr, Lodge on Loch Lomond, The Cruin, The Vu Bathgate, Dalmeny Park Hotel, Arta, Carnbooth House, Garfield House Hotel, Paisley Town Hall, Greenock Town Hall,
Charlie and John got married on Sunday at Ingliston in their beautiful Connemara Suite. The whole day was fun from start to finish. I started the day at Charlie's mum's house where the girls were getting ready - six bridesmaids!. We then went on to Ingliston Country Club for the ceremony and reception. Here's a few photographs from their lovely wedding day.
Congratulations to Lesley and Richard who got married in the Bothwell Bridge Hotel. Here's a few photographs from their fantastic wedding day.
It was an absolute joy to photograph Jacqueline and Peter's wedding in April. Their day began with their marriage ceremony in Houston and Killellan Kirk then we went onto the Seamill Hyrdo Hotel in West Kilbride. Seamill's Firth Pavilion has just been completed and is absolutely stunning. The weather was kind to us so we were able to make good use of their beautiful gardens and beach. Congratulations to you both, thank you for choosing me to be your photographer on such a wonderful and precious day.
April showers? Not for us! To be blessed with beautiful weather on your wedding day - what a joy. Jeni and Andrew got married this month in Old Gourock and Ashton Parish Church. It's such a stunning church which includes Charles Rennie MackIntosh designed pulpit and choir stalls and exquisitel stained glass windows. From the beautiful service through to the fantastic guard of honour by the local girl guides and brownies afterwards, it was a wonderful wedding ceremony.
Afterwards we went for some photographs up Tower Hill then onto Gourock's Darroch park gardens.
The Greenock Town hall looked fantastic for the reception.
Here's a selection of photographs from their day. Congratulations to you both.
Ingliston is always a really beautiful wedding venue and I'm never short of fantastic places to take wedding photographs. Julie and James chose the Connemara Suite at Ingliston for their ceremony and reception. Being March, we had a bit of every type of weather - rain, a stunning rainbow and brilliant sunshine. Thank you both for having me as your photographer, it was lovely sharing the day with you. Here are a few photographs of your day.