Wedding Photography Blog

Scottish/American Union at Signet Library

Scottish/American Union at Signet Library

I felt I had met most of Erica’s American family before I finally was introduced to her Scottish husband to be, Eddie.  Erica obviously had a close family and was keen for me to be as involved as possible with the planning of her wedding which meant we were able to meet several times and […]

4 Days Of Wedding Celebrations At Achnagairn

4 Days Of Wedding Celebrations At Achnagairn

Iain & Sandra’s wedding photography at Achnagairn House near Inverness was a dream opportunity to become immersed in four days of celebration bringing together friends and family from all corners of the globe.  Iain told me it was so rare to have everyone in the same place that he wanted a photographic document of the […]

Swedish Style At Stockholm Wedding

Swedish Style At Stockholm Wedding

I love visiting Stockholm, especially when it’s to shoot photography.  The Swedes have a different approach not only to their weddings but also to their wedding photography.  For years now I’ve been influenced by Swedish wedding photographers having first been impressed by the stunning look many photographers there achieve.  Their images are so much brighter […]

Hindu/Scottish Wedding At Guthrie Castle

Hindu/Scottish Wedding At Guthrie Castle

Hugh & Minal’s wedding at Guthrie Castle in Fife (click here for website) was the couple’s second wedding celebration.  Based in London, they had a traditional Hindu ceremony and celebration in the capital before honouring Hugh’s Scottish roots with a truly glamorous and grand Scottish Castle wedding complete with pipe band and some spectacular weather. Guthrie Castle […]

Cinematic Style At Botanical Gardens Wedding

Cinematic Style At Botanical Gardens Wedding

I first met Matt & Colette in the coffee shop at Foyles Bookshop on a trip to London and apart from realising what a lovely couple they were, I discovered they are big cinema fans having formally studied film.  We chatted about favourite films and their cinematography and it’s similarities with storytelling through still images. […]