As some of you know, it's been my intention for a while to relocate my business to the Northumberland borders. As well as being a beautiful place to live, this will allow me to access both Edinburgh and Newcastle and all points between as my wedding market.
So, the first stage is complete as we have sold the house in Millerhill and will be moving on or around 6th June 2008. It's business as usual until then and after that date all bookings will be fully honoured.
It will mean that I will no longer have my studio in Midlothian, and I will have to visit brides etc at their homes rather than at my studio. Everyone will be welcome to travel 1 hour down the road to the new studio.
The next stage will be to find somewhere to live down there but we have a few thoughts and ideas on that one.
I'll be getting in touch with each of my currently booked couples in the next few weeks but if anyone has any questions about this move in the meantime please let me know.
Monday, 10 March 2008
The Royal Museum of Scotland hosted this grand event as one of the last events before it closes for renovation. Scottish farmers and landowners got together to raise money for Farm Aid a charity which helps farmers in Africa.
The great venue, excellent organisation and 2 great bands made for a really good night.
There are many more photos here but below are a few of my favourites...
Well done Robert and the committee for running the event.
Monday, 3 March 2008
I don't do a lot of events and when I do, I treat them much the same as a wedding or portrait session. On Friday night I joined newly qualified Dental Nurses at their graduation bash in Edinburgh. I can get some nice snaps even in the corridor and there's room for some photo-journalism as you can see below.
Congratulations to all the girls and the guys on their success. The photos are available to view and purchase on my events page.