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Wicklow Irish Wedding Photographer – Ciara & Stephen

Wicklow Irish Wedding Photographer Ciara & Stephen worked together as kids in a local shop. It wasn’t until years later when they met in La Trex (oh many’s the romance that blossomed there) that things got serious, 18 years and 5 kids later, they’re still together. Wicklow Irish Wedding Photographer  The engagement was ‘nothing special’ with…

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Dublin Family Photography – The Doyles

Dublin Family Photography – The Doyles I’ll let you in on a little secret, the Doyle’s are actually my family. Well, it’s my sister’s family ergo they’re my family. I don’t generally do family photography, but you can’t say no to family! Jake Nathan Doyle came into our lives on the 6th of March 2018,…

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What I’ve learned after over 100 weddings!

As I sit here in my editing cave I have an inner monologue going on. Some of it’s kind, some of it, is not so kind, but hey, that’s life. I’ve done well over 100 weddings now, I do this gig part-time, so that’s not half bad considering I only have weekends to play with,…

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Irish Professional Photographers & Videographers Association Awards

Irish Professional Photographers and Videographers Association Awards At the end of last month I decided to join the Irish Professional Photographers & Videographers Association. I received Licentiateship membership, which is what all first year members receive. The IPPVA  was founded in 1949, and has practising members located throughout the country. By ensuring that you are…

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Coolbawn Quay Wedding Photos – Roisín & Darragh

Coolbawn Quay Wedding Photos Roisín & Darragh met in college in their final year. They spent a while living abroad in Dubai but home always called and they returned to the Emerald Isle last year. Coolbawn Quay Wedding Photos Their Coolbawn Quay wedding was a fun-filled affair. Neither of them takes life too seriously. They…

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  • pattyFebruary 23, 2018 - 1:40 am

    what a beautiful wedding and your attention to the details is amazing. I love first looks. It’s a great way to get rid of those wedding day jitters. ReplyCancel

  • Allison AndersonFebruary 24, 2018 - 4:23 pm

    What a fun wedding at Coolbawn Quay! Through your wedding photography, it looks like it was an awesome Irish party from start to finish.  Congratulations to the new couple on their wedding!ReplyCancel

  • JennFebruary 25, 2018 - 7:09 am

    I love the location that Roisin and Darragh chose for their wedding.  Coolbawn Quay was picturesque with the water and docks and really loved that extra bit of earthiness that it added to their gallery.  I bet they are happy to have returned home to settle in and plant their roots; they have such wonderful memories of their special day captured to make for a perfect new life together.  I am sure that they are thankful that they selected you to be their Dublin Irish Wedding Photographer. ReplyCancel

  • CoreyFebruary 27, 2018 - 4:47 am

    This looks like such a fun wedding and you captured everything perfectly! Love the groom’s floral tie and the Volkswagens. The flowers on the outside of the church and rustic wedding cake with the pinecone topper are beautiful too!ReplyCancel