What I Offer…
Wedding Photographer in the Highlands of Scotland!
A good wedding photographer is so important. It’s how you get a complete picture of your special day. The creative photography style I use tells a natural story.
Every single picture in your wedding album will be worth a thousand words. Remembering your wedding day, how to tell the story? You’ll want to recall every little detail, how excited you felt and all your guests.
I capture the little moments you can share forever. Everything from getting ready in the morning, to the end of the evening. I’ll be an important part of the day, without being in your way.
I won’t be setting up intrusive lights and constantly arranging people. A wedding is a personal event requiring care – it’s not a fashion shoot! Take a close look at the images I have created and, if you like the style, then do get in touch.
Why I’m good at what I do…
This is me…
… I don’t always take life seriously but I do love my photography!
I also love technology and gadgets. I like to take things apart and rebuild them; radios, TVs, electric guitars, synthesisers, washing machines, computers, bicycles, hifi, Scalextric, cameras, model railways. Occasionally I even get these working and back together again.
After studying for an MA in Social Science at Glasgow University, I was lucky enough to live and work on the Island of Iona for many years, during which time I had my own traditional darkroom and digital photographic restoration business. While living there I photographed and wrote a book: The Cloisters of Iona Abbey , my first commercial success.
In 2007 I went back to University (Derby) to study for a B. A. (Hons) in Commercial Photography, for which I was given a first. I was also pleased to be awarded Associate membership of the British Institute of Professional Photography, ABIPP, at the same time, based on my portfolio of work.
It took nearly 25 years but I am now delighted to finally be a full-time photographer.
Things I like…
Photography, acoustic guitar, nature and everyone I meet!