Scottish Documentary Wedding Photographer
I love to photograph weddings of all shapes and sizes, and have been a Scottish documentary wedding photographer for over 20 years now. For the first few years of my wedding photography career, each and every one of my weddings was fairly big. I think the largest had around 300 guests, but that was exceptional and the average size was around 100. More recently people have discovered the joys of having a 2-person elopement, or a slightly larger micro-wedding, but there are still plenty of folk who want to gather together their family and friends for a larger celebration of their marriage.
If you are tempted to keep the wedding smaller then switch pages, otherwise you should be able to find information about my photography services here. There are separate pages detailing the wedding photography packages I offer, and a helpful page of questions and answers to the most commonly asked questions.
In addition to all the technical details I cannot emphasise enough how important it is that you like my more relaxed approach to wedding photography. I am there to document your whole day, not to stage every aspect of it. Being a Scottish documentary wedding photographer doesn’t mean that I am just for people who aren’t really bothered about their photographs – it is simply a truer way of recording the wedding day that uses photographic experience and techniques to make beautiful photographs as they actually happen in real time without having to fake everything.
Most of the day I am scurrying about, making photographs of as many parts of your day as I can. At some point most people ask for a few family photographs (which is absolutely fine of course) and we almost always spend a little time on a couples photoshoot. Even when I am photographing you both I keep things relaxed and stress free. There won’t ever be any awkward poses or lengthy shoots in the rain, I promise.
What I would suggest you do is have a good look at some of the recent weddings featured below (and some of the elopements too – they are exactly the same style, but with fewer guests) and why not have a read through a few of my reviews on Google.