GLASGOW WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHER
Wedding photography in Glasgow, Loch Lomond and Argyll and throughout Scotland
INTIMATE & ELOPEMENT WEDDINGS
CREATIVE & EXPERIENCED WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY
Available seven days a week in Glasgow, Argyll and across Scotland
Mid-week weddings and ceremonies are my speciality...
NATURAL AND UNPOSED WEDDING MOMENTS
I live just outside Glasgow, near Helensburgh and Loch Lomond, and have been a full-time photographer for over 30 years. I photograph weddings of all shapes and sizes and love what I do because photographing a wedding is a way of telling a story, and the best way to tell any story - is with pictures. I know where to be and what to do at any kind of wedding and I bring all this experience and knowledge with me to every wedding, allowing me to work quickly and quietly in my own way to tell the story of your wedding.
My style of photography is based on watching rather than staging pictures. There are times when I do need to organise something, like a few family groups and pictures with the bridesmaids and groomsmen, but for the time I'm with you I stand back to capture those wedding moments as they happen. This means you can just be yourselves, enjoy the day and not have to worry about the photography because the photography is in a safe pair of hands...
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GLASGOW PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHER
Photographing people at Loch Lomond and Glasgow
I am also a portrait photographer. I photograph people - singles, couples, groups, families and special occasions. Pictures are important in many ways: whether its those passing moments of childhood, the emerging looks of the teenage years, the precious moments when a couple declare their love, the onset of years or just capturing the moment at a special occasion - pictures are a timeless reminder of these special moments, and that's what I do.
For most kinds of portraits I prefer to work outdoors using natural light as I believe this offers the best opportunity to capture the mood of the occasion. Whether you prefer your pictures to be in a rural or urban setting, or even at home, that's entirely up to you. Any location can be a great locations for portrait photography, but what's really important is the person being photographed.