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2018 End of year review

2018 End of year review

You got to have a laugh! Are laughter and love not the two most important things in life?? It makes everything perfect, brings it all together.

I love doing these end of year reviews. There is something amazing about going through all the weddings from the year and reliving them all over again. Sometimes I miss moments I have captured, as the editing and “Technical stuff” takes over. Looking over all the images again, brings back the fun we all had.

I can not thank my amazing clients/friends enough for choosing me to capture their special day and allowing me to do what I love. 2018 has been incredible! I have met some really amazing people and being able to spend the time I do with each couple makes the big day so much more exciting. Being able to capture these split second moments in time for you all to enjoy for the rest of your life makes all the working hours, driving and living off coffee so worth it.

To every couple that booked me this year, I CANNOT THANK YOU ENOUGH!


2019 marks the 10th anniversary since I photographed my first wedding and I hear photographers who hit this mark tend to go down one of two routes.

  1. Staying on the same path, doing the same things over and over where it just becomes a job and lose their creativity and passion.

  2. Change that direction, push the creativity limits, learn more and keep rising to the top!!

I am going down route number 2! I am pushing my creativity and challenging myself. I want to be the best photographer I can be and I still want to love what I do for the next 10 years!

I am excited for what the year ahead holds for me. It’s going to be epic and I cannot wait to share it all with you!

5 years, really?

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5 years, really?

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Today marks the 5 year anniversary of when I photographed my first wedding! Craig and Eilidh had asked me to capture their wedding at the beautiful Glen Tannar in Abonye. Being my first wedding I was a little reluctant but glad I agreed and took the chance. I had never been first or second photographer at a wedding and only once shadowed a talented photographer, Kirstie Abbey for half a day.

Their day was amazing and surrounded by great people, I loved every minute and seeing the results the next day on the computer began my ambition to become a wedding photographer.

Since then, I have had the great pleasure to be part of so many wonderful occasions, meeting the friendliest people and many of them becoming great friends.

I have learned so much about my craft but also a lot about about me and what I want for the future.

I look forward to my confirmed weddings in 2015 & 2016 but I am also excited to meet future couples and help make their day the happiest.

To the future and happy times

JK xx

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Ally & Jo Flett

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Ryan & Katie Hulme

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Stephen & Kerry-Lee West

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James & Heather Wayman

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Kraig & Stacey Marwick

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Derek & Paula Corsar

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John & Lindsey Fisher

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Ross & Fiona Keillor

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Johnny & Gill Walker

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Ian & Lydia Willetts

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Keith & Emma Douglas

 

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Scott & Kelly Nicoll

 

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Pete & Tanya Fraser

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Darren & Donna Willox

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Sarah & Craig Lawrie

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Duncan & Dawn Chalmers

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Howard & Jacqui Woodcock

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Fillip & Anna Hammer

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Norman & Lynn Watt

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Chris & Jocelyn Skaaning

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George & Heather Gillies

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