Glasgow Wedding Collective

stewart + ming • couple shoot

I have to admit, I love a last minute enquiry... and Stewart & Ming's was just that. They were due to leave sunny California and come to Scotland to get married in a month and somehow stumbled upon my website whilst doing some more wedding research. Having already booked their wedding photographer they liked my photography that much that they wanted a shoot with me so decided last minute to squeeze in a couple shoot just days before their wedding. And I'm so glad they did!

I travelled to Gargunnock, the village where Stewart is from, in torrential rain and due to the tight timings there was no time to reschedule due to 'bad weather' we just had to go for it and thankfully Stewart & Ming felt the same.

This shoot was amazing. We had a break in the rain at the beginning and at the end but in between the heavens opened as we were stood in the middle of a field! These shots are some of my favourite shots I've ever taken and one of them won me a PHOTOGRAPHY FARM IMAGE OF THE WEEK which I'm super proud about.

Sometimes it's worth braving the rain...

natalie + ify • glasgow

Honestly one of the wildest wedding's I've ever the best possible sense! Natalie & Ify are just the loveliest of couples. I did nothing but laugh for the entire duration of their couple shoot at Kelvingrove. Natalie's laugh is infectious... so I knew the wedding was going to be fun.

Lots of Ify's Nigerian family had flown over especially for the wedding...and apparently in typically Nigerian style, missed it (YES... as in MISSED THE WEDDING!) but were there to welcome the happy couple as they left the University Chapel dressed to the nines in amazing traditional Nigerian dress.

What then followed was just the craziest party with Three Sisters Bake providing the feast and Natalie & Ify providing the booze (ALL OF IT!). Who else can say there was a dance off BEFORE their first dance to the band sound checking! I told you... totally wild and utterly brilliant. There would have been a lot of guests with sore heads the next day but I can guarantee they would all be saying 'that was one hell of a wedding'...