The Listowel Races marks the change of season with the arrival of Autumn. Lovely Lucy Griffin is the star of Paper Hearts Race Week window with her happy smile saying everything about how she feels about seeing her parents get married.
Thank you for your understanding, patience and professionalism as well as your talent and creative flair which you displayed on the day of the wedding. You made us feel very comfortable. Thanks for giving us memories to last forever.
Summer officially starts with the June bank Holiday and the Listowel Writers' Week Festival. The fabulous Kilorglin, Co Kerry summer wedding of Ashley & Barry along with some borrowed props make for a wonderful Writers' Week 2017 window.
What can I we say! Ann is the best wedding photographer! We have never met someone who worked relentlessly for at least 7 hours the day of our wedding! We were based in Abu Dhabi for the lead up to the wedding and she made this part of the wedding effortless! She even did a dummy run to to my parent’s house the week before the wedding! On the day she captured every aspect of the wedding that was possible – people, places, objects and details! The worst part of the day was Ann nearly having heart failure because the bride rocked up ten minutes EARLY!!! Sorry Ann!!! Thanks for being so particular and precise and for your wonderful attention to detail! We are enjoying showing our pictures to everybody…we are so proud of them. Ann comes with full recommendation for your wedding! Thanks! Delia and Scott XX
It takes a lot of Love to fill a Cathedral but Shoshannah & James had no problem doing that. The scale of Cobh Cathedral could be daunting but being from Kerry and having photographed in Killarney Cathedral so many times I knew not to look at the enormity but for the intimate. The wedding blessing I photographed here is among the most beautiful and personal wedding images I’ve taken. Shoshannah was working at One Fab Day at the time of her wedding and I think she was able to pull together the best elements of inspiration without overwhelming her own and James’ identity.
With the count down to their Kerry Summer wedding well and truly on I met up with Tara and Padraig 10 days before their wedding day. The chosen location was Padraig’s farm in North Kerry and we couldn’t have picked a nicer spot. It’s really lovely to be able to take photographs like these in a place that has such a close connection to the people involved. These images will resonate even more as the years go by. It’s nice to think that Tara and Padraig’s children will be able to look at these photographs in years to come, taken in their very back yard of their Mom & Dad in the final days before their wedding
Early in 2013 I photographed at Lutterelstown Castle and although there were several more castle weddings along the way, Maggie and Colm’s means a lot to this Kerry wedding photographer. I suppose the fact that Maggie and Colm were a young couple and therefore the first among their friends to get married meant there was such an exciting air to the wedding. As a professional wedding photographer I love it when I get goosebumps. Having such a splendid venue for their wedding reception certainly helped and Maggie’s father came up with the great idea of a black tie dress code. The effect was wall to wall Hollywood glamour. I don’t even think Posh+Becks wedding at Lutterelstown matched the classy glamour of Maggie and Colm.
Áine and Paul’s wedding at the K Club has to be one of the most chilled out weddings I have ever worked on as a professional wedding photographer. With Áine hailing from nearby Lexlip and Paul from Castleknock The K Club is on their doorstep. This was the calmest wedding morning I’ve ever witnessed and although it was a stress free zone it wasn’t lacking sparkle. If ever a dress was made for a bride Áine’s choice was surely that. A statuesque column of beauty and to add to all that were the Jimmy Choos…Carrie Bradshaw eat your heart out!
As a Kerry wedding photographer I love it when I get the call to work in a different county. I had heard lots about Ballymagarvey Village but had never been before, so I was delighted to get an inside view. Although it was a cold winters’ day Deborah’s custom made dress and wedding coat ensured that we even managed a few beautiful portraits outside before the light faded. Whatever part of Ireland I photograph a wedding, be it Co Meath or Co Kerry we are blessed with nature …now we only need the Child of Prague to work his miracle on the Irish weather!