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From the very first email from Sheryl were hooked on their wedding. And then we met Stewart and the deal was sealed. You could not meet a couple more devoted to each other and their friends and family.

Myeloma: there’s no more time for silence


Sometimes you get an email that just hits you. That’s exactly what happened when we heard about the incredible work of Myeloma UK and the project to raise awareness about this horrible disease.

Archerfield House, East Lothian

This was one Scottish wedding that was planned to perfection. Set in the stunning Archerfield House it was the stuff of fairytales. And the kind of party you would have absolutely wanted to be part of…

New Frenchy’s Beauty Boutique now in Bruntsfield and Stockbridge, Edinburgh


Frenchy’s Beauty Boutique has been in Bruntsfield just opened a shiny brand spanking new salon in Stockbridge. And it’s rather lush.

Niels top 10 (+1!) Father’s Day gift ideas at Restoration Yard


I was invited by our brilliant clients at Restoration Yard to to pop in and hand-pick my ultimate Father’s Day wish list of gifts… so here goes with my Top 10 […]

St Michael’s Linlithgow, followed by the Kimpton, Edinburgh

Lindsay and Warren’s wedding at Linlithgow, followed by the Kimpton Hotel Charlotte Square was one of those weddings where everyone was made to feel 100% part of it and where no one wanted to leave

Your guide to finding the perfect family photographer


There’s something so special about seeing group photographs and portraits of your relatives from decades and even centuries past. Good family portraits are heirloom objects that get passed on from […]

Drumtochty Castle

Drumtochty Castle weddings… if you want to get married in a Scottish Glen could you really find anywhere else so picture perfect? Frances and Iain’s Scottish wedding was simply beautiful from start to finish…

Blánaid & Rory

Living and running a photography studio in the busy city that is Edinburgh, I sometimes forget that it’s a city that changes peoples lives. People arrive as individuals and leave as husband and wife and as wedding photographers we’re so privileged to be part of that journey.