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Conna and David - Belfast City Centre Wedding

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Conna and David - Belfast City Centre Wedding

Sometimes you photograph a wedding when you don't now what to expect and you just have to show up and roll with it. I think that about sums up David and Conna's wedding.

When a nervous male on his own approached me at a wedding fair to photograph his wedding that very week I was not expecting that what I was actually signing up for was a tv show that I can't mention but where the groom must book and choose everything for his wedding day without the bride's knowledge. You're smart people so I think you may have figured out what I'm talking about...

That being said I agreed before I knew what I was agreeing to and was terrified about what I was walking into. Normally I like to meet and get to know my couples so I have a very clear vision of what they want and I could deliver on the day. Without having met the bride and very briefly spoken to the groom, my anxieties were sky high.

That being said, the day was a very pleasant surprise but i'll simply let the pictures tell the rest...

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Aisling and Dave - Oxford Island Engagement

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Aisling and Dave - Oxford Island Engagement

I work with a lot of couples and I have to say that not very many of them relish the thought of being in front of the camera. Aisling and Dave were no exception but I like to think of it as my mission in life to make my gorgeous clients love themselves and have a little fun along the way.

Engagement shoots are the perfect opportunity to get a bit silly, loosen up and maybe embarrass ourselves a little (trust me, I embarrass myself more than anyone). In the end all I can hope for is that we had fun and have a great portfolio to prove it.

Aisling and Dave, it was my pleasure and here's to more piggybacks on wedding day!!!

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Stacey and Robert - Belfast Wedding

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Stacey and Robert - Belfast Wedding

Stacey and Robert had bought the house, had two children (a girl and a boy) and all that was left to do for them was make it official and I was honoured to be asked to photograph their wedding day. Here's a few snippets...

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For The "Unbride" Bride Part 2 - Bridal Editorial Styled Shoot

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For The "Unbride" Bride Part 2 - Bridal Editorial Styled Shoot

For Part 2 of this Bridal Shoot for the alternative bride, I wanted a more ethereal feel. I love and am inspired by art and this shoot was very much influenced (if I'm honest subconsciously) by one of my favourite art eras - the Pre-Raphaelites.

Again the flowers were by Memento and the dress was actually one I already owned. I just imagine how the chiffon would move and flow with the water.

Apart from a canine photo bomber, this shoot turned out exactly how I wanted. Enjoy....

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