I believe being able to capture real, unposed moments during your wedding day produces the best and most meaningful wedding photography.
Being a wedding photographer in a city as photogenic as Edinburgh is something I just love. Such variety of atmospheric wedding venues amongst the best in the world. Prestonfield House, The Signet Library, The Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh, the Royal Botanical Garden Edinburgh, have been the venues of some of my favourite weddings, but each with unique and contrasting looks.
As much as I love a marriage in Edinburgh, I’m also lucky enough to photograph at some of the best wedding venues in Scotland, from grand country estates like Hopetoun House, Oxenfoord Castle, and Cameron House on the shores of Loch Lomond, with their opulent decor and classic architecture providing grandeur for the most indulgent wedding.
Scotland also offers a huge number of historical settings for wedding photography, be it a ceremony within the ruins of Dirleton Castle, the imposing scale of Edinburgh Castle, or cosier feel of a smaller venue like Guthrie Castle, it’s hard to imagine anyplace that offers more choice for a couple planning their perfect wedding.
I’m fortunate not being limited to weddings in Scotland and the UK, but as a destination photographer around the world. I’ve enjoyed assignments in France, Spain, Hong Kong and Australia, with the creative inspiration a new location triggers making for some of my most exciting wedding shoots. But it’s Sweden I return to most often, loving the influence of the Nordic wedding photography that borders on fine art.