Ashling & Brian

  One of my favourite things about being a wedding photographer is getting to be there with families on one of their most important days. It’s like getting a backstage pass. And, because of the day that’s in it with high emotions and stories shared, it’s easy to form a bond with that family and…

Niamh & Marcus

  Wedding days rarely go exactly to plan. No matter how well it’s organised and how much work is put into it, there are so many different aspects that almost inevitably something doesn’t go exactly as hoped. The solution: just go with it! Niamh and Marcus were married in Niamh’s local church in Carriganama. The…

Michelle & Pat

You might remember Michelle and Pat from their engagement session… well… their wedding day finally arrived and it was cracker! They were married in Newport and held their reception in the Abbey Court Hotel in Nenagh. For their bridal party photographs we went to an old, abandoned, run down handball alley. I LOVED it –…

Sarah & Ryan

Sarah and Ryan (along with their families and close friends) travelled to Ireland from America to get married in Fanningstown Castle. It was a beautiful, relaxed wedding and all the more impressive that it was all organised from half way around the world. Sarah and Ryan put a lot of personal touches into the day.…

Edel & Pa

Edel and Pa were married in Newcastle West church and held their reception in the Devon Inn Hotel. There is a quote by Arnold Newman that says “photography is 1% talent and 99% moving furniture” and it’s something that came to mind at Edel and Pa’s wedding. I was the photographer, but I was also…

Caroline & Kenneth

Caroline and Kenneth were married in Ardagh church and held their reception in the Devon Inn Hotel. It was a wedding that was years in the making – and they certainly made use of that time with loads of personal touches throughout the day which made it all the more emotional. Caroline and Kenneth met…

Toni & Owen

I really don’t know where to start when describing Toni and Owen’s wedding. It was one of those weddings that reinforced how lucky I am to have the job that I have. Being a photographer is like having a backstage pass into the lives of a family for one day. And not just an ordinary…

Danielle & Adam

Danielle and Adam travelled home from Australia to get married in Limerick. They were married in St. Munchin’s Church and held their reception in the Castletroy Park Hotel. Travelling with them was their son Evan who was all trained up and ready to pose for the camera the minute he saw me! Things I loved…

Aisling & Ryan

Aisling and Ryan were married in Emly church and held their reception in Ballykisteen Hotel. It was a day full of happiness and a lot of laughter – and unfortunately a lot of rain as well! We were unlucky that every time we went about taking photographs outside it started raining – but big thanks…

Vanessa & Brian

Vanessa and Brian were married in Fanninsgtown Castle. It was a relaxed day filled with humour, quirkiness, memories and romance. Vanessa and Brian first met in 1983 in Butlins. Despite losing touch (distance was too much of an issue) they were reunited in 2006. Their wedding was a lovely, intimate and emotional ceremony where they…