The McBride brothers were back in town! Home from San Fran to visit their Irish family, they spent a typically boyish afternoon flying kites, climbing trees, running in the barley field and eating Tayto! This dynamic trio were buckets of energy and had a wild day, they kept me on my feet while I captured their timeless Irish memories as a surprise for their parents before they returned home to America.
Tuesday, August 16, 2011
Enchanting and charming in a tyrian purple tie Michael to match his dates dress, Michael gave Sophie a beautiful orchid corsage and pink champagne bubbles and chocolates for her Mum. Their photos were taken at a 17th century house to give the images a timeless classic look.
Monday, August 15, 2011
Mr & Mrs Fogarty were blessed with sunshine for the big day! The hottest day of the year, which meant champagne breakfast on the lawn just as planned and great light, a photographers dream. The day started off very chilled inside number 8, where the skies were blue and you could see the sea from the house but else where the bride was cramming a lot into her day, Sinead the bride was at a job interview, this lady doesn't do things by halves. What a remarkable wedding, oh so elegant, Sinead walked down the aisle in lace while her three best friends as bridesmaids in toe, her Dad sang at the ceremony of their local Sandymount church, were Aidan her groom awaited nervously. When the 'I Do's were done, the couple retreated to the formal gardens of the Radison Blue St Helens where we shot beautiful photographs of the newlyweds. The hotel was formerly one of Ireland's most important historic houses and reflected charm and timeless sophistication to the images.