Dublin Wedding Photographer – Allison & Steven – Smock Alley & Cliff Townhouse. Allison and Steven ventured from their home in Canada to marry in Steven’s hometown of Dublin. Their civil ceremony took place at the divine Smock Alley. October is an incredible time of year in Ireland and we were able to wander the streets of… Read more »
Dublin Wedding Photographer – Ruth & Mark – Druid’s Glen. Ruth and Mark were married in inner city Dublin and then ventured to Druid’s Glen in Wicklow to celebrate with their friends and family. It was a rainy start to the day but in typical Irish fashion the sun came out in Wicklow. Such a… Read more »
Fine Art Wedding Photographer – Lydnsey and Ken – Rathsallagh House. Lyndsey and Ken were married in Co. Kildare at a gorgeous local chapel. They were then driven 1950s style to the reception at the beautiful Rathsallagh House, where they partied into the night with family and friends. The photography style for their wedding is unique… Read more »
Documentary Wedding Photographer Ireland – Lisa and Paul – Barberstown Castle. Lisa and Paul were married in Our Lady’s Church in Leixslip, a church with a distinctive teal interior. We then went for a drive to the impressive Castletown House for some photographs. The wedding reception was at Barberstown Castle (once owned by Eric Clapton) where Lisa, Paul and… Read more »
Alternative Wedding Photographer Dublin – Lisa and James – Morgan Hotel Dublin. These two beautiful people (and fellow Kiwis), Lisa and James, got married in Dublin city centre. The after party was held in The Morgan Hotel Dublin. It was such a fun, joyful day and I had the privilege of photographing it as an alternative… Read more »
Film Wedding Photography – Alison and Brendan – Castle Durrow. Alison and Brendan got married on a hazy autumnal day at Castle Durrow, Co. Laois. Film wedding photography always provides a beautiful look for remembering a couple’s happy wedding day.
Creative Wedding Photographer – Linda and Eoghan – Summerhill House. Linda and Eoghan’s wedding was in autumn at St Patrick’s Church in South Co. Dublin, followed by a pitstop at Johnnie Fox’s Pub, and the reception at the lovely Summerhill House Hotel, Co. Wicklow. There was a distinct 1950’s vibe, which included a powder blue… Read more »