Posted on December 8, 2018
With only seven guest invited, this wedding was very special. I felt so lucky to witness and photograph such a small and intimate wedding between two people who are so madly in love.
Marriage is about the celebration of love, the love you have for your partner and also the love your family and friends combine together for you as a couple. This wedding was a beautiful celebration of love.
Posted on December 6, 2018
I love shooting weddings at The Edinburgh City Chambers. The venue is right in the heart of Edinburgh, placed half way up the famous Royal Mile, linking Edinburgh Castle and The Queens Palace.
Rowan and Alice got married here on the 17th August, 2018 close family and friends gathered bringing even more excitement to the bustling Royal Mile.
Their ceremony was relaxed and full of fun and laughter. It was a total pleasure to photograph.
Posted on September 23, 2018
Paul and Leila eloped in an intimate ceremony with their immediate families in the romantic Tuscan countryside. I was honoured to be asked to shoot their wedding. It was an amazing and beautiful start to their marriage.
They stayed in idyllic Villa le Bolli, an ideal retreat to relax and celebrate with their family. Looking out over the pool and up into the hills you can see the town of Radicondoli where Paul and Leila were married by the mayor of the town. The ceremony was in Italian, and then translated, adding to the romance of the day.
Leila’s auntie put together the flower arrangements with locally bought flowers. What a beautiful job she did. There was a special atmosphere in the villa, with the love of family, creating the perfect wedding.
Posted on May 31, 2018
The reason I am a wedding photographer is because I love taking photos of happy people in love, people having fun and living life to the full. Photographs take people back to special times and memories, I feel honoured to be able to do that and I love my job!
Posted on May 28, 2018
The City Chambers sits right on The Royal Mile, in-between the magnificent Edinburgh Castle and Holyrood Palace, one of the Queens Residences. What a special place for Katie and Patoung to get married and celebrate their love.
Katie and Patoung met in Loas. Patoung is Lao, and Katie is Scottish. Their wedding created a beautiful sense of two families coming together to celebrate.
Most people find planning one wedding hard work. Katie and Patoung had three wedding celebrations. Yes that’s right, three weddings! They officially got married here in Edinburgh where I had the privilege of photographing them. They also had ceremonies both in Asia and France, to celebrate with family that couldn’t travel to Scotland.
After a short walk up the Royal Mile we got to their venue, just perfect, a gorgeous garden with a view of the city where everyone could enjoy the celebrations together!
Thank you Katie and Patoung for inviting me to photograph your beautiful wedding. What a great day it was full of laughter, love and celebration.
Posted on March 2, 2018
With all this cold weather it’s an ideal time to dream of warmer climates. This was one of the most incredible weddings I have ever photographed. Last April I had the pleasure of photographing the stunning wedding of Sarah and Daniel Ruston on the private Island of Pulau Joyo.
Pulau Joyo is a tiny private Indonesian island off the coast of Singapore. The journey there was very exciting, filled with anticipation from all the guests. After taking the ferry to Pula Bintan, we had a very bumpy bus ride across the Island. We were well and truly off the beaten track. After driving through the jungle we arrived at a small wooden jetty where we boarded a private speed boat that took us further into the Java Sea towards our private island.
On the eve of the wedding all the Island guests had a beach BBQ under the stars, with the melodic sounds of reggae in the background it was the perfect way to relax before the big day.
Wedding day is here and the day guests arrive in style. They were met by Sarah and Dan along with warm smiles and cool drink from the Island staff.
The bride and groom’s beach hut was beautiful. Their steps lead straight out onto the hot sand, with a gorgeous view of the sea. As Sarah got her hair done you could hear the gentle waves rolling in against the shore.
Whilst Sarah relaxed with some fizz, Dan was able to have one last swim to cool off around the pool before getting ready. I have never photographed such a relaxed wedding, I totally loved the chilled island vibes.
The beach was simple and beautiful. What an idilic back drop to get married to.
What an entrance! Sarah and her father, Nigel walked through the shade of palm trees towards her husband to be, the sun certainly knew who was the star of the show.
As Sarah and Dan made their vows golden hour approached. The sun slowly setting into the horizon was simply magical.
The dress code of all white certainly worked, all the guests looked amazing, doing the groups shots was so much fun.
As the sun almost set to allow the evening party to begin I took the opportunity to get some shots with Sarah and Dan. What an amazing first view to experience together as husband and wife!
Let the party begin! What a party it was, with a bar down on the beach, the ice cold beers were cracked open, a fine selection of spirits helped the celebrations continued into the early hours.
This was a truly remarkable wedding, and one I will never forget. Thank you Sarah and Dan for finding this paradise and inviting me to photograph your day.
Posted on February 15, 2018