As your wedding photographer I will be with you all day, unobtrusive yet ever present. My relaxed style keeps couples at ease while I capture all the magic of the day, the spontaneous moments and the genuine connection between the couple and their guests.

Every couple is unique and so is every wedding, I don't follow a rigid formula or use a dictatorial approach. Instead, I reflect your ideas, your individuality and capture your special day in a natural, relaxed way.

In September 2013 I had the pleasure to photograph my first Italian wedding. Riccardo and Susy tied the knot in a Mirano, a cute little town close to Venice where they live. I met Riccardo in college years ago while he was an Erasmus student in France and we've kept in touch since. I had met his then girlfriend Susy a couple of times while on holidays in Italy and then one day they announced their engagement! I was very excited about attending the wedding knowing it would be a very intense day as I would be both a guest…
Irish Rose meets Scottish Thistle. A few years later they got hitched and I had the privilege to cover their big day! Jenny and Gareth got married last May and their wedding was one of my most enjoyable I have been lucky enough to photograph, they're such a lovely couple and I had enormous fun interacting and chatting with their families and friends. It was Gareth who first contacted me by email then over the telephone which goes to show the bride isn't always the doing all the work when it comes to sourcing and choosing the wedding suppliers, sometimes…
Finola and Niall got married in early April in Dundalk - it wasn't a very warm day but at least there was lots of sunshine. I had met Finola two and a half years earlier, she was then a bridesmaid to her friend Aoife whose wedding I was photographing and I was delighted to photograph Finola's own wedding. It was also a pleasure to work with the same makeup artist, Maria Johnston, www.irishweddingmakeup.com. Maria worked her magic again, applying the makeup in her own unique way, on the bride, the bridesmaids, the bride's mother and her sister... they all looked…
Stephen and Lisa got married in one of my top favourite wedding venues, Ballymagarvey Village in Co. Meath. It was August and the ceremony took place outdoors which was a real treat, surrounded by fruit trees, flowers and lush green lawns.
William and Karen got married in Naul, a cute village nested in green fields, beautiful trees and flowering edges under a big bright sun. The reception took place in Bewley's hotel in Ballsbridge, which has a sumptuous dining hall, with a very high roof covered in wooden paneling, tall windows that let lots of light in and several sparkling chandeliers. Because of the fantastic weather, the reception took place outdoors on the lawns with the impressive shape and brickwork of the hotel as a backdrop. The snacks were scones halves with a layer of strawberry jam, a big dollop of…