Date23/07/16 TitleJo & Stewart

Glencoe... dark, wet, moody, just the way we love it

Following a city centre wedding, Jo & Stewart wanted a wildly rustic, Scottish highlands location for their post-wedding shoot, so they took us to one of their favourite running spots – Glencoe. Diving for cover from the torrential rain between photos, we managed to shoot at a few points, mainly in Glen Etive, a more secluded glen just off the main road into Glencoe. Here are a handful of our favourites…

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Date15/07/16 TitleLaura & Michael

An intimate beach wedding in St Andrews

Somehow, despite being married on the beach right next to the famous Old Course at St Andrew’s, Laura and Michael managed to avoid the crowds and pinch a tiny piece of the beautiful sandy beach for a small outdoor ceremony, watched by their closest family and friends. Often people hope for glorious sunshine on their wedding day, but this bright, cloudy day was just perfect for flattering light and interesting skies! The morning had been spent building a driftwood arch, flanked by windbreaks to protect from the strong breeze coming in from the sea (which seemed to make the landsurfers happy!). A hessian runner was unfurled, creating an aisle in the sand for the bagpiper to lead in Laura and her father.

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Date13/06/16 TitleNina & Rinus

An intimate hill top wedding in Holyrood Park, Edinburgh

Nina & Rinus held their intimate Humanist ceremony beside St Antony’s chapel in Holyrood Park, surrounded by their very closest family and friends… and misty rain… a lot of misty rain! The ceremony was so perfectly personal and lighthearted… and that backdrop! As photographers, we were really spoiled!

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Date24/04/16 TitleBondy & Sam

A Glencoe Engagement Shoot - exploring the rugged countryside of the Scottish Highlands

We are so excited to be attending Bondy & Sam’s wedding as guests… yes, actual wedding guests! Although from the sounds of their wonderfully unique wedding plans, we may just find ourselves camera to eye more often than not!

They came up from Brighton to stay with us last weekend, so we could show them around our new mountainous surroundings. Of course we took advantage of our trip to Glencoe and Glen Etive to take a few engagement photos…

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Date20/04/16 TitleGetting Ready Photos

Excitement, Honesty, Context + Lingerie

We missed out on the ‘getting ready’ photos when we eloped. We didn’t appreciate their significance until it was too late. We were so enthralled on the day of our elopement that we forgot to use our cameras as much as we would have liked. Martin often talks of a memory he has of me making a cup of tea in my wedding dress in our little holiday cottage, that he wishes he had caught on camera! Elopements require a different photographic approach – never has the narrative, the ‘real story’ of a wedding been so important. And that story begins with the preparations. It adds context and a grounding to the narrative, particularly with our honest, candid style. To us the beauty is in the honesty, so keep the mess… within reason mind… don’t leave your Spanx hanging on the back of the door or anything, but where some may see clutter, we see shapes, colour, composition, and above all, a story.

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