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K + J | Kinnitty Castle Wedding Photography

If you are looking for a beautiful fairytale wedding in a medieval castle full of character and history, you should look no further than Kinnitty Castle in Co. Offaly. The marriage of Jamie and Karl was a coming together of Ireland (Karl) and Canada (Jamie) and it was an absolute belter of a day. Jamie…

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The importance of the ‘Meet And Greet’

As a documentary wedding photographer I am really passionate about capturing all the emotional, fun and happy moments on the day of your wedding in the most natural way possible. This is why I always encourage the couples I work with to greet their guests after the the ceremony. If you want amazing natural looking…

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C + M | Burtown House Wedding Photography

What a day, what a wedding. Amazing venue, monsoon-like showers, tonnes of emotion, smoke bombs, the coolest wedding car EVER and why not throw in two alpacas dressed as a bride and groom for good measure? Claire & Matt, you guys are legends. I loved every bit of your wedding. You both have amazing family…

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L + S | Martinstown House | Wedding Photography

The sun was out and Martinstown House was looking idyllic for the wedding of Lynda & Stephen. I always love to shoot a wedding at Martinstown House. It has such a unique atmosphere and you always get a big warm welcome back from Jessica who goes out of her way to make the couples day…

Trinity College and Tulfarris Wedding Photography

Let me start by saying that Seán and Andrea are really good friends of mine and after shooting their engagement session a few years earlier I was honoured and excited to by asked to be their wedding photographer. These two are soulmates and were made for each other. I know now much planning went into…

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