Hi, I'm Karen, a Rostrevor based photographer who covers all Ireland and Europe, I have been set up since 2010 and can honestly say I LOVE my job, with the icing on the cake being being awarded theSouthern region wedding photographer of the year award in 2016. I specialise in wedding photography, and thrive on capturing every moment of your special day but in a relaxed and unobtrusive way, with a bit of fun threw in for good measure.
Hi there, I'm George Pennock. I'm a wedding photographer based in Belfast, Northern Ireland. As a contemporary photographer I embrace both natural reportage and classical styles. Wedding photographyis my passion and it’s always a pleasure to capture a couple’s special day. If you’re looking for a creative photographer committed to capturing the story of your day, I hope you will consider me. I’m also available for destination weddings and international photo assignments.
At Bannon and McCabe we love photographing weddings. The chance to work with different people everyday and photograph or video the most important day of their lives, makes our job just amazing. Ourphilosophy is to make your wedding photography blend into and not dominate the day, if your are relaxed and having fun your wedding photos will capture this, your true self.
I am Catherine MacKenzie and I am based in Castlerock, near Coleraine in co. Londonderry/Derry Northern Ireland. I have many years’ experience working in wedding, fashion and family photography, andrun a bespoke service that compliments client’s needs.
Hi, I'm Jim Heal. I specialise in architectural and interiors photography, with sidelines in art and product photography. My work is published regularly and I would like to get your, Northern Irelandhome, in print, in a glossy interiors and or lifestyle magazine. If you feel that you have a home with style worthy of print and you fancy the idea of your home being featured in a high end glossy, then please get in touch as I am always looking for new projects.
Pure Photo N.I provide creative Wedding and Engagement photography across Northern Ireland. Capturing your big day in a relaxed and unobtrusive way we will deliver images from your wedding that tell astory of your day.
Whatever the occasion; a wedding, a christening or welcoming a little one into the world with some precious memory photos - each new job brings a smile to my face. I offer many different photographypackages such as; Newborn, Babies, Toddlers, Family Sessions and Wedding Photography to name but a few. I'm easy to talk to and listen carefully when ideas and wishes are explained - enabling you to get the most out of the shoot and what you are looking for in the final photographs.
The Northern Ireland wedding photography scene is in full swing and a quick sneak peek from Saturday's wedding is available on our Facebook page www.fabook.com/pauljervisphotography. David and Ericawere a wonderful couple. Obviously in love and very natural to photograph. We had a great time with both them and the rest of the Bridal Party at the Ballygally Castle Hotel, Northern Ireland. It was not an easy set of photos to whittle down to a sneak peek so there is plenty more to come.
We are located on the outskirts of Randalstown within easy access from the M22 and within a 15 mile radius would take in Antrim, Randalstown, Ballymena, Ahoghill, Cullybackey, Toomebridge andPortglenone. We are a family business that takes pride in our work we aim to do our utmost to satisfy our customer requirements. Photography - full range of photographic services including weddings and we also have the Studio Shack where you and your family can have a relaxed no pressure sitting.
I get to photograph romance at weddings, get to cuddle newborns and get to join in the fun with families. Photographing your story makes me happy. Especially meeting couples, kids or families againand again, to capture through images the new chapter in their life. A new addition to the family - a puppy (I do love dogs) or a beautiful newborn (aw so cute and soft) or maybe a family day trip to the seaside with a quick chippy stop.
Regarded as one of the UK's top Wedding & Portrait Photographers, Kris Dickson has now gone solo! If you are looking for a first class job, whether it be a wedding, portrait, newborn baby, editorialor fashion shoot, you'll not be disappointed (ask anyone he's photographed before!) Kris looks forward to hearing from you!
Welcome, I am Colin Turtle and am a photographer based with a studio just outside Broughshane near Ballymena, County Antrim in Northern Ireland. I love taking photographs of people and places. We cannever understate the power of a beautifully presented photograph that captures a moment in time, an emotion, a character and that is displayed for all to see in a beautiful album or frame. Beautiful Photographs should be displayed and presented for all to see.
I am based in Northern Ireland and I love to capture those special moments with baby and family photography, special events, portraits and weddings. My style is fresh, funky and relaxed. I am based inCo. Tyrone but my work takes me all over Ireland and I am willing to travel.
Well, Andrew and I first met when I was 18 and he was 23, a couple years later I hunted him down at Staffords hair and went to him religiously to do my hair, secretely fancing the pants off him! Whenhe was 27 he decided to follow his family and emigrate to Vancouver, Canada (where he was originally born). Absolutely devastated, I went to his leaving party at Lilly's on the lisburn road, where he drunkenly admitted to always loving me and said he would 'marry me tomorrow'.
I first discovered my love of photography when I was putting my hatred of maths class into practise at school. Choosing instead to hide in the art department (my favourite subject for the entire ofschool) it was here I first tried to teach myself about the darkroom and fell in love with photography. I got an old fully manual Pentax SLR and started teaching myself as much as I could about photography and developing my own black and white images.
Either your wedding day is in Belfast, Northern Ireland, UK or on a romantic destination in Europe, you'll want to have a story telling memory which you can show all your friends and family. KenHaddock is a Belfast born wedding photographer, able to catch the 'unexpected' moments during your wedding day. From the very first moment of 'bridal preparation', the wedding ceremony, up to the celebration in the evening.
Photography is purely my hobby - which I'm trying to convert into a career. I do tend to keep it simple and fun, and stay out of the ‘serious' side of portrait photography. Why is photographyspecial you may ask? Well, it captures a moment - and that's whats important for me. If you're ever in County Tyrone, Dungannon, Omagh or Northern Ireland in general - let me become your local portrait photographer. To always aim to reach the desired goal or in this case the result, which is the photo.
Developing as a photographer has been an amazing journey. From my cousin asking me to shoot her wedding (scary and amazing all rolled into one) to my 1st exhibition, to growing this business. It getsbetter and better each year! I also hold qualifications with 2 professional organisations. This is important, as all photographers may be members, but not all hold qualifications. Within the Guild of Photographers, I hold the distinction of QGWP(Qualified).
As a professional photographer based in Craigavon, Co. Armagh, I specialise in contemporary wedding photography offering traditional and storybook style albums. With prices starting from £400 forphotos only packages on usb drive and from £660 for wedding album packages, I have an option to suit every budget. Let me help you to tell the story of your perfect day: photos that you will want to share for the rest of your life.
Jamie has been photographing Weddings in Northern Ireland since July 2005. He enjoyed three years working for VENTURE Portraits, has trained both in Manchester & New York and is a graduate from theUniversity of Aberdeen. Wedding Photography is his passion. If you can make it fun - then that'll be reflected in the shots - making it fun and having some kind of personality is crucial as a photographer - the science of the camera being almost secondary.