Sophie and Garry’s Engagement Session | Kildare


Kildare Ireland Cliff at Lyons

Sophie and Garry | Kildare Sophie and Garry got married at Cliff at Lyons in Kildare yesterday! So lets take a look at their Engagement Session, or as like to call it Couples Shoot and celebrate this amazing couple who were an absolute delight to work with. Cliff at Lyons is a stunning venue in Kildare, where you are literally spoilt with choices for photography spots, on this particular day it was a bit overcast and cold but these two embraced it like the awesome pair they are.

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Kilronan Castle | Dublin Wedding Photographer


New married couple walks away from Kilronan Castle in Roscommon Ireland

Kilronan Castle | Dublin Wedding Photographer   As a Dublin Wedding Photographer it’s not uncommon for me to travel to the countryside, or Ireland’s Wild West to photograph a wedding. There is nothing quite like an Authentic Irish Castle wedding, and Anna and Peter’s stunning wedding at Kilronan Castle in Roscommon is a perfect example! Peter and Anna tied the knot at Anna’s local church, then we went on to do portraits, and more importantly, celebrate at the Kilronan Castle, which can I just say, is a very impressive backdrop for any celebration! While the weather started strong, I knew that it being Ireland we could be in for an unpredictable day. True enough, once the church ceremony ended, the heavens opened up and we had to make a hasty retreat to the castle! This was my first time at  Kilronan Castle and it did not disappoint. Arriving at this castle was a breath of fresh air and definitely a highlight for me! From it’s sprawling lush grounds to it’s medieval inspired interiors, I was in love right away and I could totally see why Anna and Peter chose to celebrate there marriage there. It’s a true Irish castle that captured…

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Rathsallagh House | Wicklow Wedding Photographer


windswept bride and groom look at each other on top of Wicklow Mountains

Michelle and Stephen | Wicklow Mountains Michelle and Stephen’s Ireland winter wedding was one for the books! When Michelle and I met beforehand to discuss details, I knew it was going to be amazing. We even had matching Pinterest boards! To top it off, she said these magic words to me… “I want to do my photos in the Wicklow Mountains.” Queue internal squealing with joy! I’ve always loved the amazing and beautiful scenery and landscapes that Ireland boasts. It’s something that I’ve always been inspired by and makes me feel at home, so being told that the bridal portraits would take place in one of my most favourite places (up a mountain) was pretty much a dream come true!

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Autumn Barn Wedding | Tennessee



It’s not every day that your workplace is the countryside of Tennessee and a stunning rustic barn! But this is where I found myself when I shot Sarah and Shaun’s Autumn Barn Wedding in Tennessee. It was an amazing experience and one that I’m not going to forget for a long time! Read on for barns, corn hole, sparklers and some epic fairy lights.

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Best of 2017 | Ireland Wedding Photography



2017 seems a million years ago now that were well into February 2018. But since I’ve just finished up the editing of my last 2017 wedding I thought it was be a good idea to look back at all the amazing weddings from 2017. It was great year for me with the amazing weddings I got to photograph and the even more amazing couples I got to meet and work with. A huge thank you to each and every person I got to work with last year, its because of you that I get to keep doing a job I love. I can’t wait to see what 2018 brings!

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Planning Your Winter Wedding



Everyone loves the idea of a winter wedding… cozy fires, twinkling lights, and festive decorations! It’s hard to go wrong with any of these ideas. While planning a dreamy winter wedding sounds like fun, it can be tricky and there are a few pitfalls that I want to make sure you look out for. Here are a few tips to make sure your winter wedding goes off without a hitch!

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