Many of my most favorite wedding photos have been shot in the evening, at dusk, or even in the dark. For me it is a chance to be able to get more creative with photography, with less pressure, to take the opportunity of some gorgeous evening light, or make some light myself. For you - it is a perfect opportunity to have some time alone together, away from the meyehm, in a wee barely field, or down by the sea, to have a chat, a cuddle, some moments together...
I love to shoot weddings, I love to shoot children and family moments. My style is unique, my approach is informal, fun and often verging on high-energy. My wedding clients and families mean a great deal to me, and I do realise how lucky I am in becoming such an important part of your lives, for a while anyway. I like to meet with couples, drink tea, eat fancy biscuits and get to know their stories, their loves and fears before we make any photographs. With each new assignment I will try to push our creativity levels. I am constantly seeking new photographic locations; I thrive on Donegal hilltops, golden barely fields, leave-carpeted forests, cosy Irish pubs.
I am a proud father and husband. I could not ask for more in my own wee family. We are the best team and best of friends. Our recent wedding was no doubt one of the finest experiences of my life, second only to the birth of my daughter and my son. We live in the peaceful surroundings of Inishowen in Donegal and as an outdoor family we spend our weekends around the coasts or on the road seeking adventure. I do live a simple life, but possessions-wise I cherish my Bedford 'Bambi' campervan and anything made by Polaroid. I can't resist Arthur Guinness' Porter, the occasional Black Bush and a toasty turf fire at home.