Anatomy of a wedding photo shoot – Dublin

People often ask me about the photos after the ceremony – the wedding photo shoot. You know, when the photographer takes them off with the bridal party, for a few beautiful photos an hour or two after they are married. They’re the special photos that you will want in an albumĀ andĀ on the wall, but what’s …

Shelbourne Wedding with Sophie & Arie

Sophie met Arie in Australia, and brought him back to Ireland to get married. They tied the knot in Dublin’s famous Shelbourne Hotel, on St. Stephens Green. Being Ireland, we had 4 seasons in a day, but the sun came out when we came out, and walked through the Green. Though we did get caught …

Angelika & Damien at The Village at Lyons

Angelika and Damien travelled to Cork to meet me last year. They hadn’t spent a night in the city before, so I put on my best tour guide hat and gave them a few tips for eating and drinking and generally enjoying a night in the city centre. They told me about their wedding plans, …

New look website!

I’ve been working on a new version of my website. It’s mostly a wedding blog, but I have added some personal work also. You might have noticed it a bit broken over the last few days. Well here it is, up working and fully functioning for the start of 2016. Yay! The old blog posts …

Roisin & Johnny’s Dublin city wedding

  Roisin & Johnny’s wedding was a special one for me, as Johnny is a friend from our college days in Maynooth. We hadn’t been in touch for quite some time, so I was delighted when he asked me to photograph his wedding to Roisin. I’d heard lots about Roisin over the years, but this …

City Weddings – a few ideas

Eight awesome top tips for photographing your wedding in the city! 1. Rooftops for a view. Most city hotels will have some outdoor access at the top of the building. It may be a balcony off the penthouse suite, or just some rooftop service access. If you have booked the penthouse as your bridal suite, …

The year that was … 2013

It’s almost March 2014, and I’ve only just now taken my first proper look back at the work I made in 2013. It’s very hard to choose a selection to represent a year, so I won’t label any of these as favourites – they’re just some of the photos that I like from the year. …

Top of the Clarence

I love this photo from a couple of years ago. Not so much for the view, which is great, but for the colours and tones, the blues and aqua greens, and the pink of her flowers, and the deep red of her shoes. The view is fab too of course, and one of the reasons …