I have always been drawn to true stories. After studying documentary film at university, add on the fact that I am a hopeless romantic, it's no wonder I ended up filming weddings for a living! My films are like little mini documentaries about your day, edited together in one cohesive story.
I work in a style that aims to capture all the best moments of your wedding in an unobtrusive but artistic and fun way. Most of my previous couples mention that they hardly notice me there during the day! I don’t believe in posing you all day, or “recreating” shots. I’m here to document your day as it happens, the real story. I don’t like to define my work to a particular “style”, instead trying to capture whatever the atmosphere of your day is.
© Cindy Robinson Photography
I believe in putting my heart and soul into every film I make.
I BELIEVE IN PHOTOGRAPHY AND FILM AS A TOOL FOR REMEMBERING NOT JUST WHAT HAPPENED, BUT HOW IT FELT.
I BELIEVE IN MARRIAGE EQUALITY, AND THAT LOVE IS LOVE.
I believe in embracing imperfection, in celebrating who we are in the now and not waiting for the perfect moment.
I believe that everyone has a story worth telling.
I'm a proper nerd, I love playing board / video games and have just gotten into D&D!
While I love living in N. Ireland now; Edinburgh, Scotland will always be my second home.
I got my black belt in karate when I was 16. I still consider it my greatest achievement.
We're saving up for a campervan to go adventuring round Ireland and across Europe!
Though I've also been on the other side of the camera on a wedding day! My husband Patrick and I actually met when we were just 11 years old on our first day of high school, but didn't get together until we were 17. We got married at the beautiful Mill at Ballydugan in 2017 after seven years together. We've since moved into a little fixer upper just outside Belfast and expanded our family to include Fergal the cat and Séamus the dog.
When I'm not filming or editing weddings, you can usually find me watching old movies or chilling out to some indie folk music. I love spending time outdoors, (especially wild swimming, canoeing or a bit of birdwatching) but also staying in for a game night with friends.
All in all, I feel so lucky that I was able to turn my hobby of filmmaking / photography into a job, and that I get to be part of the most exciting days of peoples lives.
© Peter Mackey Photography
On the day Jo was the perfect level of invisible that you want with a photographer, always there capturing moments and guiding group shots but completely unobtrusive. The photos are all completely stunning and perfectly capture the day in the style that we wanted.