The perfect record of Your wedding day

So, you’re getting married. And your wedding day is going to be one of the most memorable days in your life. In fact, you’re going to be so excited – and so focused on yourself and your loved one (and perhaps your future mother-in-law) – that you’ll miss most of what goes on. And, of course, you can’t see yourself, what you look like. Are you going to look fantastic? Of course, you are. So you want to see yourself looking fantastic – from every angle!

That’s why you need a wedding photographer…

Wedding Photographer in Ireland: Dublin, Sligo, Wateford and Wexford

Wedding Photographer Ireland

Award Winning Wedding Photographer

If you are looking for a wedding photographer in Ireland then I would love to work with you! You can be confident in my work, as I have been awarded the Weddings Online Photographer of the Year and Supplier of the Year in 2017. A wonderful accolade that shows that I am the best in the wedding photography business in Ireland.

Winning those awards was a true testament to the quality of my work, the passion I put into my wedding photography and the incredible testimonials I receive all year long from my wedding day couples.


I arrive with a smile on my face (though I look extremely serious when I’ve got my eyes stuck to the camera!). I am calm and confident under pressure. My invaluable experience as a wedding photographer ensures that your wedding photographs are stress free on your wedding day and most importantly – FUN!

Wedding photography in Dublin

I’m a wedding photographer by profession, with a sharp eye for detail. I have a creative nature and I pride myself in being the best wedding photographer you can get!

Nor should we forget that there are many places of beauty in the Midlands and inner Ireland: Waterford old 18th century bridges along the Rivers Nore and Barrow in Cos Carlow and Wexford, the great mediaeval city of Kilkenny, Galway the ancient monastic site of Clonmacnoise along the River Shannon, Lough Key in Roscommon, Waterford, and so on. In parts of Co Cavan, there’s a lake to left or right at every bend in the road.The picturesque villages of West Cork with their bright, colourful houses make great backdrops for wedding pictures, as do attractive villages such as Carlingford in Co Louth, Inistioge in Co Kilkenny, Sneem in Co Kerry. (Mind you, in Ireland, it’s hard to get away from the traffic; most villages and towns could be vastly improved if they had a central pedestrianised area, with paving, trees, benches and outdoor cafes instead of a traffic junction).

But the focus is on the bride(and groom!)

When you’re doing the photography at a wedding, of course, you can’t often say “Would you mind standing over at the edge of the cliff there’ (the Cliffs of Moher in Co Clare, that is) – especially if the wedding happens to be taking place in Mullingar. And you can’t really ask the bride to climb to the top of the wonderful Skellig Michael in Co Kerry, no matter what the views from the top. (Imagine what the wind there would do to her dress.)

In any case, in wedding photography there’s a subtle art in making sure that the backdrop doesn’t dominate or even intrude. The focus, in all senses, is on the bridge and groom, or the wedding guests.

That special light – for the radiant bride

Wedding photographer in Ireland

It’s great being a wedding photographer in Ireland. The people are generally very friendly, helpful and good fun, while there are many wonderful venues.

You occasionally get a couple who, for some reason or other, want to be photographed with some special place in the background. That suits me, since I try to combine creative flair with reportage wedding photography or documentary photography – essentially, telling the story of an event in as vivid a way as possible. And the wedding location is an essential part of that story.

Wedding Photography Ireland

My wedding photography brings me all around Ireland. I have taken wedding photographs for couples from Donegal down to Cork and Dublin across to Galway. I love a good road trip!There are plenty of great locations: Dublin Bay and the Dublin Mountains seen from the top of Howth Head; Cork; Galway, Kildare, Sligo and Glendalough in Co Wicklow; the beautiful port of Waterford in Co Cork; the mountains or seascapes of the Kingdom of Kerry; the Sligo in Limerick; the magical grey hills of the Burren; Galway Bay and the mountains of Connemara, up to the unique Ben Bulben in Co Sligo and the glorious Slieve League in Co Donegal (among the highest cliffs in western Europe), Wexford and so on.

If you’d like to see how the setting makes for great photos, have a look at my Wedding Gallery.


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