I have always believed that being a photographer is a privileged position, which carries a responsibly not just of taking photos, but of capturing moments. Moments come in all shapes and sizes, they are nearly always emotive, very hard to predict, but most of all when threaded together in a photo book they tell a strong human story, long after a moment is gone – immortalising memories for generations to come.
I had the absolute privilege of capturing ‘once in a life-time moments’, at the wedding of James Mulloy and Roza Loskoski. The couples’ wedding took place in the wonderful Aherlow House Hotel, on a typically mild but very warm ‘Irish day’. As photographer, I have to admit that I am slightly obsessed by the weather and have developed a second sense for the ‘right kind’ of weather for capturing the ‘right kind’ of shot. Honestly, I’m not sure Roza's family, who had travelled, all the way, from Australia had the same option of our ‘fine Irish day’, they were frozen!Read More