My favourite wedding photos of 2022
Best of 2022 is a gallery of my favourite wedding photos of the year. I love to look back through all the weddings I have photographed. It gives me a chance to remember all the wonderful moments that make me love this job. It has become a winter ritual and made me realise that 2022 certainly was the busiest year I’ve ever had.
As a result of so many great weddings, the list of favourites is longer than normal. I put this down to a couple of factors. Essentially, the last of the postponed lockdown weddings happened last year. That is coupled with the fact that I’m getting more and more bookings every year anyway, which is amazing news.
So being out photographing weddings is my excuse for posting almost nothing since my Best Wedding Photos of 2021. However, I hope to make up for it this year. I plan to catch up on all the wonderful weddings I have been lucky enough to shoot recently but haven’t had the chance to share with you yet.
Thanks to all the couples and other suppliers
It’s not just all the amazing couples who have entrusted me with the job of documenting their day that I owe a debt of thanks.
It also goes to all the other suppliers and venues who work so hard to make these weddings as fabulous as they are. Cairns Farm Estate, The Den at Culross, The Byre at Inchyra, Mansfield Traquair, Prestonfield House, Dalduff Barn, Myres Castle, Crear, Carlowrie Castle, Harvest Moon, Barnbougle Castle, Aswanley, Lochgreen House Hotel, Airth Castle, Maryculter House Hotel, Borthwick Castle, Ingliston Country Club, Newton Hall, Altskeith, Wedderlie House, The Waterside Hotel, Falside Mill, Wedderburn Castle, Harburn Barn, Balbirnie House Hotel, Boreland Farm Loch Tay, The Cruin, Crossbasket Castle, Kinkell Byre, Drumtochty Castle, Boturich Castle, Glasgow Uni.