In July this year I spent the day with these two warm, gentle and welcoming souls as their Edinburgh wedding photographer.
Deep in the city centre there’s a place called Timberyard, which is (not surprisingly) an old converted warehouse where timber was cut. High ceilings, exposed beams, and absolutely incredible food. A Timberyard wedding felt like eating at home with the extended family – it was wonderful.
I really love when a couple gets ready together. Kenny and Daniel helped with each other’s ties in the living room of their apartment (no reason to get a hotel room when your apartment is this beautiful.)
My day as a Timberyard Edinburgh wedding photographer
Kenny, Daniel and I wandered through the streets of the city before their ceremony, stopping here and there to take some photos. It felt pretty surreal to be shooting in this ancient city full of more history than my mind can comprehend. As we passed people in the street, they often broke out in huge grins and conveyed their warm wishes. The ceremony and reception were in an incredible converted timber-yard right in the city centre. A few times during the afternoon I snuck outside to stare up in awe at the huge castle hulking over the city.
I’ll be spending a good part of 2019 in Europe, so if you’re looking for a wedding photographer in Edinburgh, please drop me a line! I photographed an awesome same-sex wedding in Australia a few months ago. Click here to see my Kangaroo Valley wedding. I’ve also photographed a bunch of other European weddings, many on this particular trip. I really enjoyed this Norwegian Lofoten wedding elopement, and also this Port Lympne Mansion wedding.
venue | Timberyard