Fiona & John Angus – Wedding Video

Fiona & John Angus from Colin Campbell on Vimeo.

I had the pleasure of filming the wedding of John Angus and Fiona in Inverness in May. Fiona booked me so it wasn’t until I was there on the day that I realised I knew the groom’s family from my grandparents’ village in Lewis so that was a great surprise for all and made it even more special to be contributing to the occasion.

I joined the bride and her bridesmaids at the hair salon in the morning and then headed over to the groom’s house to catch their preparations before going to the bridal home to capture the family getting dressed up and ready to go. Then it was over to the nearby church where the rain had not managed to dampen anyone’s spirit as smiling guests and an anxious John Angus arrived and awaited Fiona’s arrival.

The service was followed by much mingling and many cakes before we relocated to the impressive setting of Achnagairn House for the photographs and reception. It was a beautiful occasion packed with lots of activity and joy and two really lovely families. I hope the video is a fitting keepsake of your special day Fiona & John Angus and wish you all the very best for life ahead.

Wilma Macleod - What a lovely video to have you all looked fantastic.Every blessing to you both.I still can see you as a wee girl sitting behind us in church Fiona.

Victoria Walton - That is lovely.

Sarah Patterson - This is just beautiful x

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Joanne & Murdo’s Wedding – Isle of Lewis


Joanne is a beautician (find her on Facebook here) I had worked on several of the same weddings as and I was delighted to be photographing her own wedding this time, to Murdo, in Stornoway, Isle of Lewis.

The Maclean household was a buzz of activity on wedding morning with bridesmaids, flower girls, page boys and of course Joanne all getting ready for the ceremony but all too soon it was time to get into the wedding cars for the journey to the church in Stornoway where the Groom was patiently waiting. A few moments for the Bride to take a deep breath and bite her lip as the bridal party assembled in the church foyer before a very proud Dad walked her down the aisle to the beaming Groom as the congregation sang a psalm in Gaelic.

A happy gaggle of well wishers greeted Joanne & Murdo outside the church afterwards and after some family photos they were whisked off to my secret location for their solo shots and some alone time – a great country path down to the Atlantic in between crofts in Borve. Then it was over to the Clan MacQuarrie Community Hall for the evening reception and to continue the celebrations.

Wish you both all the best for your new life together and thanks for inviting me to capture your day for you. Wedding video keepsake coming soon as well…

You can see more photos of Joanne & Murdo’s special day at


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