Rosie and Colm were married in Quin Church and held their reception in the Old Ground hotel in Ennis. Rosie and Colm are both living in New York at the moment so I had just met Rosie a few days before the wedding. However, Rosie’s mum was the wedding planner extraordinaire for the weddings so…Details
Deirdre & John had a civil service in St Camillus’ registry office, but beforehand I joined them in King John’s Castle to take some natural photographs of them with their families. It was really lovely – so natural, relaxed, personal and intimate. I loved it! And we got a great sunset after the ceremony –…Details
Emma and Declan were married in Ardagh Church in Co. Limerick and had their reception in the Woodlands Hotel in Adare. They are living in Australia but unfortunately they didn’t bring the weather home with them! It was the wettest wedding I’ve photographed so far but everyone was in high spirits and we made the…Details
Loving… last weekend I was in Thomond Park to photograph one of the most well known people in the world. Santa Claus! It’s not something I usually do, but I stepped in to help out at the last minute when another photographer couldn’t make it. (Yes, you could say I saved Christmas!) It was really…Details
Bridget and David were married in Ardagh Church in Co. Limerick and had their reception in the Brehon Hotel in Killarney. I’m often asked for advice by couples on the lead up to their wedding and one thing I always say is that there’s a good chance that not everything will go exactly to plan,…Details
Loving… Alt-J’s album “An Awesome Wave”. It’s right up my street – it’s like a mix of Arctic Monkeys, Radiohead, Grizzly Bear and a bunch of other bands I like, but it’s still a very unique sound. My brother recommended it to me and even though I didn’t recognise any of the songs I loved…Details
Sometimes weddings don’t have cloudless blue skies and perfect conditions, but Bridget and David didn’t let the rain spoil their day. In fact I don’t think anything could have. More soon!