• 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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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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Happy New Year !!!

So that’s another year in the can. Many thanks to everyone who put their trust in me for their big day, I met so many great couples, warm & welcoming families and my fair share of slightly mad bridesmaids and there was never a dull moment. I got to visit some new venues this year as well as revisit some old favourites. We really have some stunning venues throughout the country and such hardworking staff to ensure the day goes without a hitch (apart from one major one !!!)
A large percentage of my weddings come from referrals, so I also get the added bonus of meeting up with lots of previous couples at their friends weddings. I am extremely grateful for all referrals – they are the bookings that always mean the most.
This coming year is looking bright with a few more new venues along with meeting some families for the second (and third !!) times. I am fairly tied up through to the end of August with just a few select dates available, September through to November has better availability but the far side of Christmas up to NYE is booked out.
If you would like your photography to be relaxed, unobtrusive but with a bit of the WOW factor thrown in why not drop me a line to check availability.

For the month of January I am running a special, for all weddings booked & deposit paid. Book a standard digital package and receive a free upgrade to a deluxe USB presentation box which includes 100 6*4 inch photos from your day carefully selected to create your personal storyline. Book any standard album package and get a free album upgrade from 30 to 40 pages. This is only applicable for January bookings, but can be applied to 2017 and 2018 weddings. Details of package & prices are available through the website.

See below for a selection of images from throughout the year – not a best of nor a collection of favourites, just a few images that sum up my style of photography and how I try to balance the small moments with stunning wedding images.


Eimear & williams wedding at the Lyrath Estate


Eilis & Garrett and their fab retro VW wedding camper van


Shauna Coyne - Hi,
We are getting married in 05/05/18 in Seafield, Co.Wexford. My partner and I love the candid, unobtrusive shots of ourselves and our guests enjoying themselves…after the formalities of the family shots of corse! Could you send me on the prices of your packages please?
Looking forward to hearing from you.
Kind Regards,

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Winter Sun

Winter weddings are not always dark & damp affairs, very often the days are crisp and, with the early sunsets (and if you know what you are doing !!) you can create wonderful warm images. We had limited time at Lyrath Estate during Eimear & Williams wedding, but, with the sun playing ball, and a bit of know-how, we came up with this shot and I quite like it.

Eimear &Williams wedding at the Lyrath Estate

Eimear & Williams wedding at the Lyrath Estate

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Wonderful feedback from Aimee & Thomas

During the summer I had the privilege to shoot the wedding of Aimee & Thomas. From the moment I arrived till I left during the dancing, I was made feel so much at home and welcome, which made my job so much easier. Add in an incredibly relaxed couple, slightly mad bridesmaids, and a great venue….even the swarms of midges couldn’t pt a damper on things. I was so delighted to receive this lovely feedback from Aimee & Thomas ” We are truly overjoyed with our photos! They completely exceed expectations .They capture the whole day in a beautifully natural way and really enable people’s personalities and emotions to shine through. A tear or two was shed watching the slideshow for the first time! We cannot thank you enough Kevin! You were amazing on the day; extremely efficient and professional but so relaxed and easy to get on with. Not a minute of time wasted! Then the end product just re-emphasised that we were sooo lucky to have you ! Hope nobody ponders over booking you because they would miss out big time!! We’ll be in contact in the new year re an album. Warm wishes, Aimee and Tom”


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