Nothing wrong with a bit of friendly competition right? Craig and I actually work as a team on your wedding day and we feel this has many benefits. 1. We make a good team, not to blow our own trumpet but we work well together in life and in work. We have so much fun on your wedding day and we know each other inside out. There is a huge benefit to working so closely with the same person and we know exactly how each of us work and we bounce off each other on the day. 2. There is the obvious benefit of having 2 photographers capture your day, we dont miss a thing and it means we can get both bride and groom prep in the morning. We feel tha ... Read the Post
Maria and Magnus got in touch with us early this year to see if we were free to photograph their wedding in Scotland, and we are delighted that they did. They came all the way from Norway and we arranged a catch up before the big day. They wanted some Scottish scenery for their photos so we took a hike to Loch Muick, one of our favourite spots only a few hours drive from our home. We had sleet, snow and rain but it only added to the atmosphere of this really rugged and beautiful part of Scotland and we were all on such a high when we reached the top on our small trek. Between tripping over heather and almost falling in snow covered rivers we ... Read the Post
In November I had the pleasure of meeting my favourite photographer Twyla Jones - www.twylajones.com I got in touch with her at the start of the year to let her know how much I admired her work and I was so delighted when we began arranging a workshop in Scotland. She was joined by the very awesome Chadwick Braithwaite and together they ran a workshop called The Runaways and visited some epic locations all over Europe. For the Scotland part of the workshop we decided to go to Glencoe. Logistically there was a lot of travel involved but Glencoe is worth it. I know a very lovely couple that we had come and meet us in Glencoe to model for us. Sa ... Read the Post
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