On April 18th, Sienna and Michael married in the spring sunshine at Carlowrie Castle just outside Edinburgh. I have photographed many weddings at this brilliant venue. The place is so well set up, it can lay on a fantastic wedding at any time of year. The weather in Scotland is always unpredictable, but it was…
Edinburgh Wedding Photographer
If you’re looking to book an Edinburgh Wedding Photographer for your big day here are my Edinburgh wedding archives.
I love nothing better than photographing a wedding in Scotland’s capital city. The city feels like a second home to me as I spend so much time here.
There are a huge range of venues to choose from in Edinburgh. Have a look through the archives below to see a small range of the weddings I have covered in this wonderful city.
I am proud to be on the recommended supplier list from many of the city’s top venues including the historic Mansfield Traquair.
A fabulous meeting of Scottish and Persian cultures as Nick and Ghazal tied the knot at Mansfield Traquair. The dance before the cutting of the cake was brilliant!
An international wedding in the heart of Edinburgh for Bridget and Chris who had travelled from New York for the celebrations.
The glamorous and gorgeous wedding of Gemma and Martin at Edinburgh’s Carlowrie Castle
Thoughts on photography during a church ceremony at this Norton House Hotel wedding.
A set of relaxed, natural portraits from Bridget and Chris’s engagement shoot at Edinburgh’s Signet Library.
Here’s a bit of an insight into how wonderful and atmospheric a winter wedding can be and why a documentary wedding photographer is the way forward.
The first thing that hits you as the doors open is the sheer grandeur of the place. The vast space creates a complex array of light and dark and the spectacular murals of Phoebe Anna Traquair provide a fabulous colour palate which create warmth and texture for every background. It’s a photographer’s dream location!
Carly and Charlie tied the knot at Dundas
Here’s a first look at Rob and Ellie’s wedding last weekend. It was at Dalhousie Castle, a historic 13th century Scottish fortress on the banks of the River Esk near Edinburgh. The venue is a dream for anyone who loves dramatic photography. In the castle, the architecture creates a style of light that provides a…