What a crazy couple of days it has been in Dublin as Storm Emma clashed with the Beast from the East. I am lucky enough to live in the city centre at the moment, so each day I ventured out to take some photos of this once in a lifetime event. The last time is snowed like this was 1982 and I don't think it was as bad as this. I had a wedding to shoot on the Friday March 2nd, the worst day of the storm and it had to be re arranged due to the adverse weather. Temperatures are gradually rising! Here's hoping our spring comes soon, in the mean time it was nice to capture Dublin in the snow :)
Grainne and Tony travelled to Rome in April this year to get married with 18 of their closest friends and family. They asked me to come along too after seeing me in March capturing Grainne's cousins wedding. I immediately said YES! Working in one of my favourite cities and eating as much as I possibly can along the way, who could say no :) They got married in the same church Grainne's parents got married forty years ago... St Isidoro, Roma and had their reception at Hotel D'inghilterra. It was a beautiful day.
This is just a small selection of images summing up my 2016! What a year it has been. Thank you so so much to all my wonderful couples and their families who invited me into their lives for a very special day last year! Happy New Year to you all. xxx
This is my first blog post on my new website! Yay!! It has been a crazy couple of weeks of non stop editing of summer weddings. I am delighted to share one of my favourite weddings of this summer! Linda and her family welcomed me into their home just outside the town of Roscrea. I was watered with cups of tea and fed sausage sambos( a super start to a wedding shoot in my book!) Linda and Nick tied the knot in St. Cronan's church in Roscrea and then we headed Kinnitty Castle for the celebrations!