Behind the lens

Photography is something that has been in my life since my early teens. Until I decided to go pro in my late 20s, it has been with me, nudging me gently but consistently. I have always loved creating photographs in the countryside, and I easily get lost in little details, like daisies, or pebbles on the beach, nowadays waves… for hours.

I love taking photographs of people, and especially weddings. There is no better job than documenting a couple’s best day in their lives and presenting them with the memories they will treasure for the rest of their life.

We love the tension, the build-up, the details, the stories, how you got to know each other, and how you want to start married life.

The Team

When I photograph a wedding, I always have my partner┬áMo by my side. We have been working together for over 2 years, and are an excellent team. It’s a bit strange when your partner is a photographer too, because even at home, we talk photography – a lot, work on our websites – a lot, look and critique each other’s work – a lot, and we love exploring Scotland together – taking photographs.

Mo is a photographer in his own right, and in his own business, he specialises in producing the most amazing videos showing off Scotland’s beautiful countryside through videos recorded in remote locations, and with his drone.

Mo has the magic dust sprinkled on his camera. He focusses on the little details at weddings, on the people during reception, the special moments when no-one is aware of a photo being taken.

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We both have a fascination and love for the Outer Hebrides, especially the Isle of Harris. Have a look at some recent photographs from our trips North.