Rachel & Thomas got married earlier this summer and I’m so glad I finally got the time to blog about it! Their day was filled with laughter and fun, and the sun finally came around for some shots in the beautiful garden near their venue.
I headed out with Jayne & Stephen a few weeks ago for their engagement photos on a clear and sunny late summer evening, you couldn’t get a better night for photos if you tried! Stephen’s family farm was the perfect location, the rolling barley fields and tumbledown stone mill were so beautiful and picturesque. These two rocked it and I can’t wait for their wedding in a few months!
The Sampson’s are another family I’ve photographed for a few years now. Their two kids (and dog!) are just the sweetest and we always have a great time together, year after year!
I’ve had the pleasure of photographing the Goode family for the past seven years and it’s been amazing getting to see the kids grow up from behind the lens. There’s just something so special about having photos as keepsakes to look back on for years to come. If you’re toying with the idea of getting family photos I’d really recommend it!
I couldn’t quite narrow down the photos from Laura & Caleb’s wedding for this blog post to make it any kind of brief, so enjoy a look at the McClenahan wedding!
This was such a relaxed and family-focused wedding andI really enjoyed being a part of it and capturing all the love and happiness that was a part of every moment!
We headed off to meet my mum in Amsterdam a few weeks ago. Despite the near constant drizzle, we had a fantastic time exploring the city and eating some of the best food Amsterdam has to offer (always a priority on our trips!)
Some highlights were De Hallen, Lot Sixty Six Coffee, Pulitzer and De School.
One of my good friends Cameron is a fantastic artist, and when he asked me to come photograph his graduate collection in the studio space at Ulster University I jumped at the chance! Check out his work here if you’d like more of a nosy at his paintings.
Loveworks is a Belfast cooperative that’s truly focused on their community. Their focus is on generating dignity and wellbeing for its workers who have gained skills and experience in gardening, bike repair, and baking. Alongside bike repair, they have an absolutely wonderful pop-up cafe every Saturday that’s full of freshly baked goods and tasty lunches (my favourite things!)