What a wedding!!
Here is just a small selection of photos to show what we got upto on the day.
I love the morning prep stage of the day and this one reminded me why, brilliant fun and stress free as Katharine was so laid back.
After the Service we headed to the Walled Garden in Bangor for some shots and then back to the Royal Ulster Yacht Club which I suppose wouldn't be well known for weddings but as usual they nailed it with fantastic service and food ohhh and of course the views!! After the meal I could see a bit of a storm heading in (it is Ireland after all) so we knew this would be a great opportunity for some dramatic photos. Check them out they were most certainly dramatic !
Riverdale Barn.....what a venue! So....... I had Kirsty & James being two amazingly easy people to photograph, a fantastic family, an unreal venue, the laughs and fun created from Cameoflage to Rodd Hogg stunning people with the best magic I have ever seen!
As a wedding photographer that is all I needed to create some stunning and fun filled images.
It was my absolute pleasure to be part of this day and thanks soooo much to Kirsty & James for choosing me to be their photographer.
Here is just a small selection of images from the day.....hope you like them!!!
And a pleasure as always working alongside Ian Higginson Media....you can check him out here- https://www.ianhigginson.com
Its been a long time coming but at long last the new site is up and running. I hope you find it easy to navigate around and more importantly like the images you see.
I have a very busy year ahead of me and I cant wait for every single wedding Im due to photograph.
So if your looking for a wedding photographer in Northern Ireland please get in touch.
Stuart Macrory - Wedding Photographer
I've been photographing weddings since 2013 and have covered all corners of Northern Ireland and further afield. I have shot hundreds of weddings for which I'm extremely lucky to have witnessed! My approach to wedding photography is to be discreet and ninja like! This allows me to capture all the little moments that happen so quickly and can easily go unnoticed.