Hedderwick Hill Farm Wedding


Hedderwick Hill Farm, Dunbar


Back in July, I headed down the Scottish coast to capture the wedding of Nicky & Euan - easily two of the most fun loving and kind people I've met to date. Their shared love of the outdoors made this diy farm wedding the perfect fit, and I knew from the moment they shared their plans with me that I was in for something special. 

Nicky chose a stunning seaside cabin to get ready in with her best friends and family, before setting off to Hedderwick Hill Farm on an amazing vintage tractor! Their intimate ceremony took place within the courtyard of an old farm steading, before the party headed across the lawn to one of the most spectacularly dressed marquees I've ever been in. Together we explored the nearby forest and coastline, as well as the "Auld Gnarly Tree", before Nicky & Euan took their first dance. I'm so pleased to be able to share some of this beautiful day with you now.

Tullibole Castle Wedding


Tullibole Castle Wedding


Earlier last month, I had the pleasure of shooting Gillian and Lee's tipi wedding at Tullibole Castle. Both lovers of the outdoors, the natural beauty of this Perthshire estate was the perfect choice. It's always such a privilege to witness the collective joy of two people so in love, and nothing frames it better than a rural setting like this one. It's cheesy and it's cliché, but I didn't want to leave when my time with them had come and gone. I hope this small collection of images from their day will help to explain why...

Other Suppliers on the day: 

Videography Wordly Nomads Films  //  Catering Wild Rover Food  // Florist Planet Flowers  //  Planning Joann Scott Weddings  //  Band The Capitals

Comrie Croft Wedding




There are few places in the world better than Scotland for a wedding. Even when it rains. 

Jem and Will are testament to that. They celebrated their marriage in the foothills of the Trossachs National Park, at Comrie Croft, and although it was a wet day, their wedding was truly beautiful. Following a very moving ceremony, they braved the rain with umbrellas and smiles, danced to a lovely song sang by Jem's sister, and whirled the evening away in a barn lit with fairy lights and candles. They even stayed the night in a pretty sweet nordic kata.

I've had such a super fun-filled time with these guys, and I'm sad that our story ends here, for now at least. Here are some shots from that special day, with thanks to the amazing Lynn Ballingall from Photography 78 for second shooting with me! 

Scottish Highlands Engagement Shoot


jem & will


If you think that rain can spoil a shoot, this love story will hopefully change your mind.

Driven by a love for the outdoors and the rugged beauty of the Scottish Highlands, Jem and Will chose the stunning Loch Earn for their pre-wedding shoot. Determined not to let the rain stop them enjoying the moment, they decided to explore, heading further along the road to the gorgeous Loch Voil. We made the most of the fading light, and didn't worry about the rain drops that were falling from our noses.

I can honestly say that I could not have wished for a nicer couple to share this amazing experience with. They wed next year at the rustic barn venue Comrie Croft, and I can't wait to share in it with them. Oh, and I could not finish here and let you begin the story without mentioning Jem's wonderful helper and lovely sister Jo, who held umbrellas and was always on the look out for more cool locations - Jo, you were AMAZING. I hope you'll all enjoy their story below, and don't forget to check out the behind the scenes snaps at the bottom. 


A behind the scenes extra...

Scottish Highland Wedding Photography