It’s seven years ago this weekend that Chris and Jane got married at Fenton Tower, with a party on Ravensheugh beach. A lot has happened in that time – including two beautiful daughters, moving house and an expanding business – but time seems to fly when you’re happy! As Jane said on Facebook today: “7 years on and we’re still laughing!”
With best wishes for another seven years of laughter and fun, and with much thanks for providing the signature image on this site’s home page. You can laugh even when it’s raining!
A very happy New Year to everyone reading this!
Hogmanay is a time for reflection over the past year, and going through some of the weddings I photographed in the past 12 months, a theme became clear….
These 14 photos are not all my favourites from my unposed documentary wedding photography in Scotland in 2013 – but I think they best illustrate how I hope to capture the look of love.
Louise and Graham’s wedding at Fenton Tower was by no means the smallest wedding I’ve photographed, but with just ten family and friends in attendance, it was definitely an intimate affair.
Their prayers to their weather gods were answered, with a beautiful East Lothian Autumnal afternoon with blue skies and not too breezy winds.
Nevertheless, hot tea and coffee were welcome after our return from Haddington Registry Office and a quick photo-shoot in the grounds of the Tower.
And since Graham and Louise first met at Salsa dancing lessons, it seemed appropriate that their impromptu first dance should be a Salsa number!
There are, as usual, more photos on the ‘order-photos’ page.