Well it’s certainly been an eventful couple of weeks since my last post, what with this coronavirus thing and all that, weddings being postponed left right & centre and the uncertainty of just where it’s all heading. But, as they say, the show must go on and, with a few less new weddings to shoot, the least I can do for you guys is to pop a few more weddings from last year up onto the blog, kicking off with the fabulous day I had last September on a gloriously sunny day at Airth Castle with Jennifer & Adam.
You guys know that my shooting style on the day is very documentary, very observational, capturing real stuff not “fake” – in fact, I’m at my happiest when everyone actually forgets I’m there!!! But that’s a good thing :-).
I’m not one for too many words and, I guess that after all, if I’ve done my job properly, the pictures should give you a pretty good insight into how the day went down …
Jennifer & Adam, thank you very much for choosing me to shoot your fabulous day! Here’s a few of my favourite shots which I hope you all like. Oh, and stay safe people :-).
Looking for some “Ninja Style” Wedding Photography?
If you’re on the look-out for a wedding photographer (or know someone who is), then you may just like my “ninja style” (a couple’s words, not mine) low key approach to the day! Most couples tell me they didn’t even notice me for the majority of the day and that suits me…it is your wedding day after all, not a photo-shoot! But, I will always make time for a very small number of family group shots and also, a short bride & groom shoot and here, it’s my aim to provide you with some truly fabulous pictures :-). To know more about my wedding day approach to how I shoot weddings, just click here.
I’m mainly taking bookings now for 2021, 2022 & even 2023!…but I do have a very limited number of “off peak” 2020 dates still available too (though not many Saturdays!)
Full day coverage collections start at £1500…but don’t forget my cheeky wee discount where you can save up to £500 :-).
Oh, and please do feel free to leave a comment at the bottom of the page, as I do really love to know what you think :-).