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Hello and welcome

I'm a photographer based in Yorkshire who specialises in wedding,
portrait and headshot photography. I also undertake commercial
commissions, including interior photography, theatre productions and
event coverage.

I am married to Kelly, my long suffering wife, and we live in Huddersfield with our cat, Simon.

I've always had a passion for photography, from watching my grandad
repair old cameras in his spare room to looking through the press
photography of my godfather.

I endeavour to create detailed, stunning and memorable images and my mantra is simple:- there's beauty in everything!

So, sit back with a cuppa and have a browse through my blog. Comments
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A Day In Dublin

As mentioned in a previous post, I recently travelled to Ireland to photograph a wedding. After the special day I had the opportunity to spend a day in Dublin.

Here are a handful of images I shot whilst there…

Tip: Press F11 for a full-screen view

 

All along the river there were these little floor-lights with various fishy characters inside…

This is the Samuel Beckett Bridge. As you can see it lends itself to photography quite well!

In the background of this shot you can see the Dublin Convention Centre – construction of which was only completed earlier in the year.

The number of cranes dotted aroud the harbour area is testament to Dublins economic growth…

Gotta love the gritty door detail…

Too much information!

This is the Chapel Royal, attached to the Record Tower – a part of Dublin Castle.

Gothic detail and a carving of the head of St. Patrick…

Around most corners you’ll find a nod to Ireland’s turbulent history.

I liked the graphic nature of these towers. There’s actually seven of them, layed out in a zig-zag pattern, of varying heights. I never did find out their name…

These statues were created in rememberance of the 7 year famine that plagued Ireland from 1845 to 1852.

The Aviva Stadium, shot from the back of the ferry whilst waiting to depart.

Sunset over Dublin.


This is three photos stitched together in Photoshop. Not bad concidering the shots were all taken handheld from the back of a ferry!

 
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