With 10 years experience of Northern Ireland weddings, Chris’ mission is to blend documenting real moments, emotions & people alongside creating some relaxed portraits and group shots that don’t always happen on their own.


My style is a relaxed mix of portraits and contemporary reportage shots to tell the full story of your wedding day. I want to make you look great AND give you awesome memories of your day, capturing the real live moments.


I want to photograph the look on your parents’ faces when they see their little girl ready in her wedding dress. I want to photograph your Dad walking you up the aisle while your mum looks on in the front row with a tear in her eye. To photograph your wee brother dancing with that girl he’ll marry in two years. To photograph the kids who grow up so quickly. To photograph your grandparents who may not be around for much longer. To document your first kiss as a married couple, your mates throwing shapes on the dance floor, the flower girl hyper on sugar from the sweetie cart.

I want to document all of this that happens and, in addition, take some beautiful family and couple portraits that wouldn’t happen on their own.

Your flowers will wilt, your cake will get eaten, the hire suits will go back and your dress will go in a box, but your wedding album will live on for you to share this day with your kids and grandkids!


GFS Album Covers

GFS Album Covers

Have a look through the following cover materials, and let me know which one you would like to go for! I recommend the raised black, burgundy and ivory as they have a great texture, are hard wearing and look fab. OR switch it up to real leather for £100. If you don't...

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Martin & Laura – Crom Castle

Martin & Laura – Crom Castle

Have peek at what a Norweigan/Northern Irish summer wedding in Fermanagh’s stunning Crom Castle looks like! Sunshine, great food, lots of culture and garden games!

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