• A little bit about Kevin

    Based in Donabate, North County Dublin, Kevin has become an extremely sought after wedding photographer. A multi award winning licentiate with the IPPA, with his focus primarily on reportage & informal wedding photography, Kevin only takes on a specific number of weddings each year to ensure that he can give each one the full attention it deserves. With a friendly unobtrusive approach, Kevin captures the laughs, the hugs, the tears (the good ones !) and the general atmosphere but will also set aside whatever time is necessary for some family, bridal party, and bride & groom photos. Feel free to browse through the galleries and options above which include slideshows, real weddings as well as contact details, testimonials/feedback and information on packages. With a range of high quality albums available, and the option of a digital only package, Kevin can tailor packages to suit specific budgets. If you want your photography to be a fun part of your day, and you want images to treasure throughout the years, give Kevin a shout today. You can also keep in touch through facebook & twitter via the links above.

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Samantha & Barry – Mount Juliet

From an epic engagement shoot through to the dancing, Sam & Barrys wedding went like a dream. A nice relaxed atmosphere from start to finish and, to top it all off, some lovely words after the happy couple received their photos.

We can’t tell you how pleased we were with our own photos. You helped make the day the most memorable day of our lives. We couldn’t have asked for a more relaxed and enjoyable experience with your help. You will be happy to know we spent a number of weeks after we received them showing them off and raving to whoever would listen as to how happy we were with them. Thank you.


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Aisling & Mark – Glasson Wedding

My brief for Aisling & Marks wedding was simple – lots of unposed shots of friends & family enjoying themselves – suited my style perfectly. Such a relaxed & friendly couple to work with made the day even better and, despite the weather being a shocker on the day, everyone had a great time and the staff at Glasson were as helpful as always. A surprise addition of a singing waiter kept the day buzzing along till everyone hit the dancefloor with gusto. Was a privilege to be part of this great day:)

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Anne Marie & Stephen – Achill Island

Having shot Anne-Maries sisters wedding, and having spent many happy summers on Achill this was a wedding I was really looking forward to and it didn’t disappoint. I spent the weekend in Ostan Oilean Acla on Achill Sound and the hearty breakfast set me up perfectly for the day. Despite pliers being needed for the final dress adjustment, horizontal rain (Achill is famed for four seasons in an hour…not a day….an hour !!) and a few kamakazi sheep the craic & laughs were flying, all helped by the Dublin / Mayo banter (All Ireland Final looming) – the whole wedding was nicely rounded off when I received this lovely message from Anne-Marie and Stephen.

Hi Kevin, the photos landed safe and sound on Friday. We both can’t get over how AMAZING they turned out. With the weather being so bad we were a little anxious on how many we would have. All we can say is you’re truly are a magician with a camera?We really are so glad to have made the 10 minute dash outside between rain showers to take some pics. They are unbelievable, you really wouldn’t think it was the same day! We are delighted to have these photos to relive our special day and share with our family and friends. We cannot thank you enough for everything you did for us on the day and the producing these amazing pictures. We’ll have no problem recommending you to anyone looking for a photographer for their special day. Warmest regards Anne-Marie & Stephen O’Malley

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Capture the moment

One thing you get from experience is being able to anticipate certain moments and trying (and hoping) to be in the right place, at the right time. No chance to do things over, you have to get everything right, composition, exposure, focus etc….when it all clicks (no pun intended) into place you end up with a “moment”. One of the bridesmaids had told me that morning that Sineads Dad wore his heart on his sleeve and not to be surprised if he got emotional, so, when Sinead was ready, I positioned myself at the back of the room behind her, had the camera set up as I wanted (I didn’t want to be bursting out flash) and hoped……..2016-end-of-year-032



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