Michael & Paul – Station House Hotel Kilmessan Wedding Video

We had such an brilliant time, back in July, at the Station House Kilmessan, for the wedding of Michael and Paul. The prep, ceremony and reception all took place at the venue, which always leads to a jam packed energetic day, which I think really  comes across in...

Doireann & Michael – Carton House Wedding Video

Back in July, I had the privilege of shooting Doireann and Michael’s stunning Carton House wedding. Our day started over in Carton capturing Michael and his groomsmen getting ready, before heading over to Doireann’s family home. The ceremony took place in Rathfarnham...

Fiona & John – Borris House

The heart-warming wedding of Fiona and John brought me to Carlow and the beautiful Borris House back in July. The majestic grounds of this old country house were a pleasure to film in, but the real pleasure was getting to take part in the special day of these...

Patrice & Declan – Listowel Arms Hotel Wedding Video

The west of Ireland is fast becoming one of my favourite places in Ireland to shoot wedding videos. When you take such breathtaking scenery and combine it with a couple like Patrice and Declan, you’re on to a winner. Ballybunion provided the backdrop for an early...

Jess & William – Lyrath Estate Wedding Video

Jess and William got married last month in the stunning Lyrath Estate, Kilkenny. This wedding was right up our alley, William hails from New Zealand and both himself and Jess know and love their rugby. The whole wedding had a bit of a rugby theme, culminating in an...

Ciara & Aodán Wedding Video

What. A. Wedding. Ciara and Aodán got married down in Ring, Co Waterford, Aodán’s hometown and one of the most beautiful places my wedding travels have taken me. Their ceremony was in St. Nicholas’ Church, which, sitting atop one of the highest points in the area...

Lisa & Cathal – Clonabreany House Wedding Video

Sometimes it’s best to let the couple do the talking… “Oh my God!! I can’t stop crying with absolute joy at the masterpiece you have just sent us! You’re a true genius and we thank you from the bottom of our hearts! If there’s any...

Aengus & Niamh – Cliff at Lyons Wedding Film

Aengus and Niamh’s wedding took place back in April, in the stunning Cliff at Lyons. Niamh and her crew got ready in one of the cottages at the venue while Angus and the lads had their prep not too far away in the Clarion. This was one of the first weddings where...

Dee & Michael – Clonabreany House

The longer I do this job the more I realise what a privilege it is. To share a couple’s most important day and capture these intimate moments is truly a special thing. Dee and Michael’s wedding exemplifies that completely. It was simply magic. A true celebration of...

Lisa & Chris – Clonabreany House

We were back in one of our favourites, Clonabreany House, for Lisa and Chris’s wedding. Lisa and Chris have know each other since they were teenagers, having met while working in a local supermarket, and after spending a few minutes in their company you can tell that...

Amanda & Daniel – Ballymagarvey Village

Our first wedding of a busy 2017 wedding season took place down in Ballymagarvey Village on Easter Sunday. I had heard a lot about Ballymagarvey (but had never been) and went down with pretty high expectations, it really didn’t disappoint. The place is absolutely...

Relevance – New York (Short Film)

The first film I ever made, long before I even knew about the world of wedding films, was at a St. Patrick’s day party, it was shot on an iPhone 5 and it was terrible. But that film started me on path that led me to where I am today, a full time wedding film maker. In...

Audrey & Steve – Gougane Barra, Ballymaloe House

Being a wedding videographer in Ireland brings you to some pretty amazing places. A few weeks ago, just after New Years, I was lucky enough to shoot at one of the most beautiful locations for a wedding ceremony I can imagine, Gougane Barra, Co. Cork. After saying...

DVD is dead! Welcome to the age of digital delivery

For 20 years, DVDs dominated the market, not just in wedding videography but in movies, games and music. But, like floppy disks and VHS before DVD isn’t dying….its dead. The rise of online-based services like Netflix, Amazon Prime and iTunes has made media far more...

Lana & Brian – Charleville Castle, Bridge House Tullamore

Brian & Lana’s wedding took us from a beautiful Lady Chapel Church, just outside of Maynooth, to the impressive Charleville Castle and finally onto the Bridgehouse Hotel in Tullamore. A brilliant day with a fantastic couple. A massive congratulations to you...

Áine & David – Boyne Hill House Co. Meath

Most years I would have needed serious motivation to go back to work on December 27th. Not this year. Within a couple of minutes of meeting Aine and David for the first time a few months ago, I had a feeling their wedding was gonna be a little bit special. And it...

10 Reasons Why You’ll Never Regret Your Wedding Video

Weddings are costly, no surprises there. From big things such as the venue or the entertainment right down to the favours on the place settings, it can really add up, and that’s when couples begin to ponder whether or not they should go forth with add-ons such as a...

Breeda & Ed – Rathsallagh House

When I met Breeda and Ed about a month before their wedding I could tell straight away their wedding was gonna be serious craic, and it didn’t disappoint. Following a night of apocalyptic rain, the clouds cleared over Rathsallagh House in Co. Wicklow for a truly...

Gina & Andy – Clonabreany House

Gina & Andy’s wedding took place in late September at Clonabreany House, just outside of Kells in Co. Meath. From the get go the day was a total blast, filled with energy, fun and emotion. I can’t thank Andy & Gina enough for inviting me to be part...

Aoife & Jason – Lisnavagh House

I couldn’t have asked for a nicer couple or a more stunning venue to shoot my first wedding film. Lisnavagh house, a few kilometers from Carlow is picturesque personified. The house itself is filled with old world charm and the grounds are landscaped to...