In the last post I mentioned I had a few days of down time in Kerry. It was great to recharge the batteries and get away from the office. Taking time out is a brilliant creativity boost and I finally got around to trying something that I had wanted to do for a while. Below…Details
Last week I took a few days of (long overdue!) holidays and went to Kerry with my wife for some rest and recuperation. We mostly stayed in Killarney but we did venture out on a day trip to the Dingle Peninsula too. It was Arthur’s day so we got to see some great live music (by Neon Wolf and Walking On Cars) and we had a lovely chat with Micháel O’Sé in a pub too (author of the Leaving Certificate book “A Thig Ná Thit Orm”). We also enjoyed some Murphy’s Ice Cream in the driving, horizontal rain!
On the way we stopped at Inch beach for a while. It was nice to take some personal photographs for a change. Here are a few little bits and pieces that grabbed my eye along the sand dunes…Details
Last weekend I had the pleasure of photographing Kerry & Kevin’s destination wedding in Adare, Co. Limerick. They live in San Francisco but Kevin is Irish so they decided to have a lovely family wedding in The Holy Trinity Abbey in Adare. Here is a small pick of some of my favourite photographs from their day…Details
It’s been all weddings weddings weddings recently so it was lovely to take a day off and spend some time with my family for Lia’s christening. Lia is my niece and the first grandchild in our family and she is just gorgeous! And I’m not even biased – it’s true! If you want proof just…Details
Brigitte & Bob were married in Duagh Church and had their reception in the Listowel Arms Hotel. Well, technically, they were married in America a little while earlier but I think the real celebration was in Listowel! 🙂 They had a lovely ceremony in Duagh and made the short trip to Listowel where they were…Details
I’ve been looking forward to sharing this wedding sneak peek with you! When I first met Sinéad and Ger they were renovating an old farmhouse in County Limerick. Their plan was to get married next door in their local church and have a reception in their new house with an adjoining marquee. It was ambitious, but they really pulled it off. Here are some of my favouriteDetails
I had been looking forward to Zoe & Colin’s wedding this Summer as it promised to be a little different to weddings I have photographed in the past. It was a Baha’i ceremony and it took place in the Old Ground Hotel in Ennis. Zoe and Colin are a lovely, friendly couple with great families and I was delighted to be there to capture their wedding day. This is a small selection of a few of my favourite photographs from the day…Details