You're adventurous and love to travel. You don't mind getting your boots and your wedding wear dirty and you want to create wedding images that express your love of the beautiful Scottish landscape. You definitely don't want to feel awkward in front of the camera, pulling silly poses and making that photo face. It's all about your connection with each other and the world around you. We can help....
Photographer's life on Skye
We're Rosie and Andrew and we live in Breakish on the Isle of Skye, the village where Rosie grew up, with our 2 children and 3 rescue dogs.
Working with the spectacular light and landscapes of the west coast with couples and families who share our passion for Skye’s scenery and lifestyle is our every day. We are thrilled that so many couples travel internationally to share our love of Scotlands's big landscapes.
When we're not photographing elopement weddings and families we explore Skye, Rosie run for miles every week whatever the elements, Andrew revels in films and music and weekends involve beaches, getting muddy on trails and bikes or cheering at the side of the shinty or football pitch. As a family we love to travel - the more dramatic the landscape the better. Over the past 18 months Barcelona, Crete and Iceland have been among our favourite destinations.
Rosie blogs at Truly Madly Kids and it's there that she shares another of my passions telling the stories of refugees through my work with the charity World Vision. Visiting Jordan and meeting Syrian refugees was a personal and photographic highlight of 2016.
Visualising stories and bringing them to life for others and for the future is what we do. Being able to do that in on the amazing Isle of Skye where the light and landscapes is so breathtaking makes us happy to simply be.
“Your images are just amazing and beyond what we ever expected. You are a clever lady!! Thank you for your creativity, kindness and gentle manner. You made us both feel completely at ease.”
Kim, Dave and Freya, June 2015
“Oh my goodness these are the most beautiful picture I have ever seen!! Three of my aunties actually cried!!
Thank you, I will treasure these always ” Emma and Joe MacLeod, December 2016