Kilkenny Castle Engagement Shoot - Kilkenny / April 2015

You can’t beat Kilkenny Castle for a walk – especially when in the company of a lovely bubbly couple. I’ll be shooting Helen and Philip’s wedding later this year – so it was great to get to spend this time with them recently – getting them used to the camera as well as hearing about all their exciting wedding plans! …read-more

Engagement Shoot Kilkenny

SAVE THE DATE - Fermoy | March 2015

I love doing Engagement Shoots – it’s a great way to get to know a couple and to get them used to being photographed as well as giving them an idea what to expect on their wedding day. By the end of the shoot you’ll often have a couple suggesting what they can do next! 🙂 Franky and Jason took …read-more

Save the date


Massive thanks to all of my 2014 brides and grooms who voted for me in the Mrs2Be awards! Delighted to announce that thanks to you I am a finalist! Woohoo! Keep your fingers crossed now that I win it! x

Award winner

CLAIRE & JOHNNY - Woodlands House Hotel, Adare | March 2015

Claire & Johnny’s civil ceremony and wedding reception took place in the lovely Woodlands House Hotel and thankfully despite some threatening rain clouds we got to make the most of the hotel and Adare village for their wedding photography. Their Story… We met… Through Johnny’s aunt Sheila. Claire & Sheila were friends and Johnny spotted Claire at Mass and made enquiries …read-more


Woohoo! Turns out that some of my lovely brides and grooms have nominated me for both the Mrs2Be and Wedding Journal’s Readers awards and I’ve been shortlisted for both awards! Only five businesses in each category have secured a place in the final of the Awards, but now I NEED your vote to win! These awards are different to many …read-more

The devil is in the detail

One of the great things about a marquee wedding is the flexibility it gives you to add your own special touches to your day with various details and bits n pieces. Here’s some lovely details from a wedding in July 2014. The catering here was by Eunice Power –