Monday, 20 July 2015

Jeanfield Swifts Ladies Football Club

I've become the official photographer for Perth's only ladies football team - Jeanfield Swifts Ladies. They are half way through their season which sees them top of the league and a cup win already.

Links to match collections:

Jeanfield Ladies vs Cumbernauld Colts
Jeanfield Ladies vs Glasgow Girls Development
Jeanfield Ladies vs Mill United
Jeanfield Ladies vs Queens Park Ladies
Jeanfield Ladies vs Boroughmuir Ladies

Sample Images:

2015 Perth Kirkin Of The Council

Pictures here from the annual Kirkin' of the Council parade through Perth. As usual, the parade of councillors, with the Provost, Council Chief Executive and Lord Dean of the Guild at the front were led to St John's Kirk by the Perth and District Pipe band and flanked on each side by the Society of High Constables of Perth.

St Johnstone - Season 2014/15 Pictures

Pictures here from the couple of games where I stepped in to provide photos for the St Johnstone Football Club Facebook page this season.

Links to collections:
St Johnstone vs Hamilton
St Johnstone vs Inverness Caledonian Thistle
St Johnstone vs Dundee United

Selection of pictures:

Wednesday, 11 February 2015

Perth Christmas Light Switch-on 2014

Pictures here from the Perth Christmas Light Switch-on 2014. The headline acts were Peter Andre and Boney M who performed once the lights had been switched on and after a spectacular fireworks display from the people at 21cc.


Remembrance Sunday Parades Perth 2014

Pictures here of the Remembrance Sunday parades through Perth this year. First of all there was the parade with a number of war veterans, army, navy and air force cadets who were joined in the parade this year by local brownie and guides. Following this there was the parade of councilors, provost and Lord Lieutenant, led as per usual by the Perth and District Pipe Band and flanked by the Society of High Constables. Following a service of remembrance in St John's Kirk, the parade with veterans and cadets took the salute at the bottom of the High Street as they paraded to the North Inch.

Full set of pictures here