A wedding i was not supposed to have. I photographed the kids last year, and when asked to do the wedding, i unfortunately had to turn it down due to the reason I was already booked. However, faith stepped in, Covid hit, and the original wedding postponed to a further date, I got in touch instantly, within a day, they cancelled the original photographer, forfeited there deposit, and booked me with excitement, Another wedding I am so thankful to have.

Sam and Enda gave me a wonderful opportunity to photograph there wedding day during a time when people didn't want to get married. Two beautiful souls who deserve each other and everything that comes there way.

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Hi, I'm Keith

My goal as a fine art wedding photographer is to take everything from your wedding and make it look good, better, and even better than its best, delivering a stylized couture gallery no matter how small the wedding may be.

To create

Images without a shelf life

Moments frozen in time

Capturing legacies

That will last forever

David and Josephine, The Claregalway wedding, When i first met David, he sounded like something from a movie. Snatch, or lock stock. The accent just made me want to listen to everything the man said, and Josephine, blew me away when i first walked in and saw her beauty in the make up chair on the morning of her wedding, Needless to say, one of my favourite couples i have ever photographed, and David will always be the Bradley Cooper of my portfolio.


Photographer of the year 2019



What is fine art?


Fine art is knowledge, inspiration, and imagination made visible.


Fine art is that of which the hand, the head, and the heart of human go together.


Fine art is to strive for perfection with an impeccable finish.


“I just couldn't believe how beautiful he was able to make everything look. I was so excited to see the rest of the photos.”

Fiona & Duirmead Baily