With a background in Photography spanning over 7 years, I am head over heels in love with this profession. My career began on a year abroad in sunny San Francisco where I got my first photography job(as a pet photographer!!), and has now come home with me to Ireland! I am a fine art graduate and I love bringing my artistic vision into every photo shoot I undertake. I’m a sucker for the little things that make life unique, and absolutely love detail detail detail!!!! (so you’ll often find me seeking out and photographing all the little moments of a wedding that come together to create the bigger picture of the day!)

At my core I am story teller, and it is the story of your special day that I want to tell. I shoot in a documentary style with a focus on capturing candid moments and real emotions. This allows me to unobtrusively capture your wedding day without interrupting it, and allows you to enjoy your day at your most relaxed with your family and friends.

When I’m not behind a camera lens (which is rare), you’ll most likely find me in the kitchen baking up a storm or out walking my little dog Eddie. I may also be frequently found in any random pocket of the world, as travel is in my blood and I jet off at the mere sight of a holiday bargain! Seriously…I’m addicted!

 Please have a look through my gallery to get a sense of my style, and if you like what you see don’t hesitate to get in touch!




“Aoife, words cannot express how thankful we are to you for how amazing you were on our wedding day. We were both SO terrified of having a camera follow us around all day (as we had well warned you haha!) but your warmth and friendliness put us totally at ease and dare I say it, we even enjoyed having our portraits taken and having that bit of time for just the two of us on the day.

As for the photos, just wow… you captured the day exactly as we wanted. We LOVE all the photos of our guests and there were so many things you captured that I didn’t even notice happening on the day! These truly are something we will treasure for the rest of our lives.”