Hannah's Christening - South Parish Church - Girvan

One of my old friends Phill asked if I could come down and photograph his baby daughters Christening in Girvan. The South Parish Church there was very welcoming and I even had one of the ladies give me lots of useful advice. It was nice singing the old hymns and the different way the South Parish conduct their service compared to my home church at...
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Fifteen Ninety Nine Glasgow Wedding Photographer // Andrew & Sabrina

I had a fantastic time with this couple back in August this year at some of Glasgow's finest venues. It was even better than I hoped for being able to document the wedding of these two incredible people in the East, West and Centre of this amazing city. Andrew is from England and Sabrina is from Germany and they met at Glasgow University. For the...
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Wedding Photographer Glenbervie House Hotel - Cristina and David

If there was ever a super awesome couple to work with these guys would be it. I loved spending time with these guys as they were super in love and had such an amazing time with their family and friends. It was so nice to spend time with the girls and guys in the morning as everyone was getting ready at Glenbervie House Hotel. I must say the hotel h...
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What an amazing 2016 so far

This year has so far been amazing. I've photographed three good friends weddings, two which were at the Waterside Hotel in Ayrshire. My other good friends Adam and Louise got married at the Glasgow University Chapel which is the couple on the left. The next couple Emma and David got married at the Grand Central hotel and was amazing to get to kn...
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Western House Hotel Wedding Ayr

We had a fantastic outdoor wedding at the Western House Hotel in Ayr this month with Allison and Adam. The venue was truly amazing and was one of the best backdrops to ask for for such a fantastic couple. Thanks guys for such a fantastic day and we are glad you love your images.
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