Let's find out if we're right for each other.

The single most important factor to achieving natural wedding photography, that truly captures your personality as a couple, is liking and being completely comfortable with your photographer. After all, you are inviting them to share the whole of one of the most memorable and important days of your life. When you find the right person that you trust and 'click' with, honestly, the photos take care of themselves. But no photographer is right for everyone.

With this in mind, I would like to invite you to join me for a consultation with a difference. For a couple of years now I've been combining in-person consultations with a mini photoshoot. It means an extra half hour at the start of the meeting where we go for a walk and take some lovely photos of you as a couple (some people would call this an engagement photoshoot), then afterwards we review the results at my studio premises. This really is the best way to know if we’re a good fit to work together, because there’s proof right there in the photos. The session would be in the Morningside area of Edinburgh and is complimentary with no-obligation to book. By the end of the session we'll know if we're a good match to work together on your wedding day. But before we meet in person, it's best for us to have a chat on the phone first and you can book a consultation at the bottom of this page.


"It was really great to meet up with Dave and get a first-hand idea of his style, method and his view through the lens. The experience of the session was wonderful, Dave captured some great photos of us which we can now use as part of our wedding invitations & wedding website. Dave made us feel completely at ease with the idea of being photographed and we were so happy with the photos that we decided to book him as our wedding photographer."

Yasmeen & Ryan, due to be married at Loch Lomond, April 2019.


Ready to book a consultation?

The first step is to hop on a phone call, click below to schedule at a time convenient to you:


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