This was my first visit to the Scottish Highlands and it was definitely worth the trip. I can honestly say this was the most beautiful place I've ever been to and what a treat to document a wedding here.
Two well known equestrian photographers, Sarah Farnsworth and Adam Godley tied the knot last September in Arnisdale, a small community located 80 miles south west of Inverness. This place was remote; no mobile phone coverage, no pub and the nearest supermarket was two hours away. Running out of milk wasn't an option.
Flanked by mountains on either side the wedding ceremony took place in The Ceilidh House on the rugged shoreline of Loch Hourn. Family and friends showered the happy couple with confetti as they made their way to Sheena's Tea Hut for a traditional shoot lunch, washed down with a little champagne.
Next stop; the jetty, for a boat trip up Loch Hourn where the majestic Scottish landscape really showed itself off under a low autumn sun. Just thinking about it again gives me goose bumps as we slowly made our way to the upper reaches of the loch, close to Kinloch Hourn. A speedy return journey had us back in time for dinner and a fireworks display, followed by some lively ceilidh dancing.
Sarah and Adam, thank you both for inviting me to photograph your day in one of the most stunning wedding locations I've ever been to. As you've probably guessed, I had a fantastic time and some day I hope to return to this wonderful place.
The photographs I've chosen to display are profoundly honest, reflecting a very real story of two people coming together with their families and friends, on this memorable day in September 2018.
'Documentary wedding photography is all about taking truthful images without directing or prompting people at a wedding.'