We were asked to photograph the graduating students at the Balmoral Hotel in Edinburgh. Everyone looked stunning and the event was a great way to celebrate all the years of hard work they had put in towards their future success.
We love photographing at the Balmoral Hotel too. It's a grand surrounding and perfect for such as special occasion. The evening started with champagne, followed by a sumptuous meal, then afterwards a ceilidh.
We wish the graduates all the best in their future.
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The Scottish Leather Group contacted us about photographing their celebration dinner at Edinburgh Castle. We were delighted to come along to the event, Edinburgh Castle makes a spectacular backdrop to photograph. Everyone wore formal attire, it was good to see lots of kilts too.
If you haven't been yet, Edinburgh Castle is one of the main sights to see in Edinburgh. It has been sitting on Castle Rock, in one form or another, since at least the 12th Century and was the centre of many of the battles that took place in Scotland's history.
It is now a tourist attraction, as well as the backdrop to the famous Edinburgh Tattoo during the Edinburgh International Festival and has become an iconic symbol Edinburgh and Scotland.
We were asked to photograph their head shots and the concert again and we jumped at the chance. We absolutely love the Jazz gang and this event.
If you weren't lucky enough to see this year's event make sure you turn up to potter row to see it next year. It will be spectacular.
We were asked by 38 Degrees to photograph one of their group discussion events tonight. Constituents and community groups got the chance to debate with their local MP on the subject of the Gagging Law, a bill moving through Parliament that has the potential to lessen communities' freedom of speech. It was a lively and interesting debate and Matt and I were really glad that we could help promote it with our photography.
Lots of people turned up to talk about their concerns and offer opinions about what they thought should be the best next step. I was particularly interested in the debate and discovered just how much I don't know about what our government decides for us. Photographing this event gave Matt and I a real sense of wellbeing once we had finished. It was nice to take part in something that has the potential to make a real difference in peoples lives.
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