One Price, One Package


All day documentary coverage, from the preparations through to after the first dance.

All the good images I can give you, fully edited and supplied as high-res digital files. This means the freedom to make your own prints, share images to Facebook or Instagram, and order your own photobooks & albums if you’d prefer to do this yourself.

An easy to use, password-protected online gallery to share with friends and family

All bookings include a 1 hour pre-wedding shoot. This is a great chance for us to get to know each other, and give you both a chance to relax in front of the camera.

A consultation meeting before the big day to help us plan your photos, so on the day you can spend less time with me and more time with your guests.

The optional extras…

2nd Photographer (aka Second Shooter) + £300

Albums from £500

Money isn’t everything…

I didn’t get into wedding photography just for the paycheck. If you love my images and have something really special planned on a smaller budget then please get in touch. Often the smaller, more relaxed or unconventional weddings are my favourites, and I’d hate for a little thing like money to get in the way of a really great experience. Tell me all about your day here, and you never know, we might be able to work something out.

If you’re getting married on a weekday (Mon-Fri) at Marischal College or the Townhouse in Aberdeen City Centre I’d absolutely love to hear from you.

Frequently Asked Questions

We don’t really love having our photo taken, is that a problem?
Don’t worry, you’re definitely not alone! Most of the couples who book me aren’t really big on posing for the camera. It’s part of why I include the pre-wedding shoot with every booking, to give you both a chance to get used to the camera without any pressure and see that actually there’s nothing to worry about. My couples portrait style is super relaxed and casual, and you’ll soon forget the camera is even there.

We’d like to book you, how can we secure the date?
Awesome! Usually it’s nice to meet up first before you make such a big decision, but maybe that’s not possible or you’re just super keen to get me in the diary. I’d need a £500 non-refundable booking fee to secure the date for you.

Where are you based, and where can you cover?
I’m based in the centre of Aberdeen, Scotland. I’ll happily cover anywhere in Scotland, and I love an excuse to travel, so if you’re getting married further afield drop me a line and I’ll see what I can do.

How long will you be there with us on the day?
From the bridal preparations through to the first few dances. I want to tell the whole story of your day, from start to finish.

We love your candid photos, but we’d like some posed groups too, can you do that?
Of course! I’d recommend keeping this down to around 6-8 different combinations just so you can get back to enjoying your day.

How many photographs will we receive?
All the good ones! I don’t set a limit on the number of pictures, and I typically deliver 400+ images for full day coverage, sometimes a little more, and if you have a second shooter booked, expect a LOT more!

So, should we get a second shooter?
Depends! I’m always happy to shoot a wedding solo, it’s how I normally work. If you have a bigger wedding (100+ guests) I’ll recommend booking a second shooter. There’s plenty of advantages, the main one being getting lots of great shots of the guys in the morning as well as the girls. Plus, two angles for the ceremony and lots of extra candids of your guests.

How soon after the wedding will we get to see the final images?
I’ll have them ready for you within 6-8 weeks.

Can we make our own prints from the digital files?
Totally! You’ll get my full permission to print and use the photos for personal use.

What about getting photos to our friends & families?
You’ll get a secure online gallery which you can share with friends and family. They’ll be able to order their own prints from there too, so they won’t have to ask you to do it for them.

Have you been photographing weddings for long?
I shot my first wedding way back in 2009 and with the exception of 2015 I’ve been photographing weddings every year since then.

What happened in 2015?
I had a photography job working offshore and I wasn’t able to take on any wedding bookings, so I spent the year shooting portraits of models & friends with vintage film cameras. I really missed weddings so in 2016 I quit offshore work and started taking wedding bookings again.

Didn’t you take my photo in a nightclub a while back?
Possibly! I worked as nightclub photographer in Aberdeen for 4 years. It was good fun, and a great education in patiently photographing drunk people in very challenging conditions. In other words, the perfect warm up for wedding photography!