Chelsea & Jesse, Pre-wedding shoot.

I  initially met Chelsea & Jesse at the wonderful Òran Mór wedding open day, sometime later they reached out to me to enquire about me capturing their big day! They'll actually be married at the awesome Òran Mór in the Winter of 2019! We met up for our pre-wedding shoot (which is included in my price) and it was feeeeezing! On the plus side the sun and Chelsea and Jesse's obvious connection with each other shone through.

Top couple, loads of fun and here are some of their shots :)

Joanne & David, Pre-wedding shoot!

I met Joanne back in April at the Òran Mór wedding open day! Herself and David are to be married in the lovely Lochside House Hotel in May of next year. That day I decided to change it up a bit and we headed a bit further down the road from my usual woodland location to have a wander, take a few shots and have chat at the side of Strathclyde Loch! It really didn't cross my mind that we'd be amongst hundreds of other people and Joanne was mortified to be having her pictures taken with members of the public watching! haha! David on the other hand took it all in his stride like he'd been catalogue modelling for years, go on my son! LOL
It was a cracking hour of laughs, great chant and I think we accumulated some lovely shots for them to cherish in years to come, the 'Before we got married' pictures :)


Joanne and David have since booked me to capture their big day and I'm very much looking forward to it! Here are a few of the pictures -

Yvonne & Stephen, 23 Montrose Street & The Bothy Restaurant Glasgow

I met Yvonne & Stephen back in February for a couple shoot and to see if we were right for each other and from my stand point, there was nothing not to like. A solid, genuine couple who wanted a no fuss intimate affair for themselves and their nearest and dearest, a city wedding and then on to the west end of Glasgow to celebrate their marriage in the amazing Bothy Restaurant, Ruthven Lane, Glasgow. On delivery of their couple shoot they decided to go ahead and allow me to capture their big day, result :)

When the 24th June came around I boosted off to Lennoxtown to grab a few shots of Yvonne with Katie & Millie, generally just hang out with them, chill and capture the details and moments that arose or indeed anything else we wanted to do, very non-formal :) After that I drove straight to Montrose St to meet up with Stephen who was patiently waiting with their family and friends for Yvonnes arrival. The car arrived, the guests were seated, out got Yvonne looking awesome and it all unfolded into exactly they wanted. 

Enjoy Italy Mr. & Mrs. Wallace ! :)

Duncan & Heather

I met Heather at the Oran Mor wedding open day in Glasgow and had a great little chat to her regarding her big day. Herself and husband to be Duncan have gone all spontaneous and given themselves 3 months to organise everything ! They're doing it all under one roof in the absolutely stunning Alexander House, Auchterarder in mid July.

After our little chat and a quick flick through my albums Heather (who was flying solo due to a certain football game lol) went off to discuss everything with Duncan. They decided to take me up on my offer of a free couple shoot, which allows them to see if I am indeed the man for the job and more importantly that we all got on well enough to proceed to booking stage.

When we met for the couple shoot they were dressed in a somewhat vintage fashion, in great spirits and raring to go ! That being said it was a very lively shoot with plenty of laughs. (I must say though, all of the couples I've worked with up until now have been really cool and I'm yet to experience a 'Bridezilla' touch wood :) )

Here are some images from the shoot, we walked all the way down to the Roman Bridge by Strathclyde Park this time which was great. I've since delivered the full collection to both Heather & Duncan and they have decided to proceed with the booking, I think the worst part for me is the time from sending the pictures to receiving a decision, it could totally go either way as photography is so subjective, I'm really pleased they chose me though, it'll be a fantastic day I'm sure :)