Dryburgh Abbey Wedding – Part One

Dryburgh Abbey Wedding – Part One

My last wedding of 2014 was a wedding in the gorgeous Scottish Borders at the equally beautiful Dryburgh Abbey. If you’ve followed this blog you’ll know one of my favourite wedding venues of all time is Kippilaw House

Royal Botanical Gardens Snow

Royal Botanical Gardens Snow

t’s just turned March and it’s been bloody cold for a couple weeks in Edinburgh but two nights ago it snowed for a few hours overnight. Yesterday I had a photoshoot booked up in the morning but this was

Oxenfoord Castle Wedding

Oxenfoord Castle Wedding

One of my first wedding jobs of 2014 was shooting a wedding for Hazel and Al at Lothian Chambers Registrars Office here in central office, so when they came back to me later in the year to ask if I would be

Rowantree Edinburgh Wedding

Rowantree Edinburgh Wedding

Once or twice every year I photograph a wedding at one of Edinburgh’s most atmospheric but difficult venues. The Rowantree which sits on Niddry Street has been used for numerous things over the

Sticks n Sushi Restaurant Review

Sticks n Sushi Restaurant Review

Liv and I are huge foodies, we absolutely love eating good food and we visited a restaurant called Sticks N Sushi in London’s Covent Garden that was so good I had just had to write about it. Between us we spend a small

London Food

London Food

One of my favourite things about London is the awesome variety of food available. There’s food to cater for literally almost any taste, whether it be Eastern, Middle Eastern, American or whatever. Take for example Chinatown, I hadn’t been there for a good

Trip to London

Trip to London

This December Liv and I decided we really needed to get away for a few days. 2014 was a busy year with Liv studying, working on the cookbook, all of my photography work, her work and of course bringing up Amelia. We had planned to take a big holiday in

Nikon You Suck!

Nikon You Suck!

I think the title in this blog post says it all but I’ll say it again “Nikon, you suck!”. At the beginning of this year I made the switch from Canon to Nikon. I had been using Canon equipment ever since I got seriously interested in photography around ten years