Archibald Photography

Hello, I am Mark - a full time professional photographer with nearly 15 years of experience as a wedding photographer, family portrait, music/band, commercial and documentary travel photographer and photojournalist. Based in Lanarkshire (within an hour of Glasgow, Edinburgh, Dumfries, Ayr and Stirling), I travel over Scotland and further afield offering natural, relaxed, journalistic type storytelling imagery with an artistic twist.

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Our latest blog posts

Glenapp Castle Wedding Photographer

A sneak peek from a summer Glenapp Castle Wedding

A sneak peek from a summer Glenapp Castle wedding. The grounds of the castle look so lush at this time of year! Congratulations to Lana & Richard.

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Ardanaiseig Wedding Photography by Archibald Photography

Karen & Mark’s Beautiful Ardanaiseig Wedding

Karen & Mark’s Beautiful Ardanaiseig Wedding. This was one of my favourite weddings of the year so far. It had that element which makes any wedding great…a party atmosphere. Ardanaiseig is a place which means a lot to Karen and Mark and was the obvious choice …

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Inchyra Byre Wedding Photography by Mark Archibald Photography

Christina & Ed Married at Inchyra Byre

Inchyra Byre is a really inspiring venue to photograph. I love the rustic feel of the byre next to the grandeur of the house. Christina & Ed were lucky that the weather held just long enough to complete their outdoor ceremony. There was a wee bit …

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Kinkell Byre Wedding Photographer Archibald Photography

A beautiful Kinkell Byre Wedding

A beautiful Kinkell Byre Wedding. Craig and Cara were married in beautiful, rustic Kinkell Byre a couple of miles from St Andrews. After getting ready at the Fairmont Hotel, they moved along the coast to this gorgeous rustic barn setting. Wild partying and loud laughter ensued!!! Here …

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St Andrews Upper & Lower Halls Wedding Photography

Jennifer + Tom – St Andrews Upper & Lower Halls & St Salvators Chapel

St Andrews Upper & Lower Halls Wedding Photography. Jennifer & Tom chose one of my favourite venues for their wedding…St Salvators Chapel in beautiful St Andrews. There was golf, beach, laughter, sunshine and an encounter with a dog…! Here are some of our favourites from the …

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St Andrews Wedding Photography by Archibald Photography

St Salvator’s Chapel & Myres Castle

St Salvator’s Chapel & Myres Castle. St Salvator’s Chapel is an old favourite of mine, but this was the first time I had photographed at Myres Castle. What a beautiful, brilliantly run, friendly place!!! I couldn’t recommend it enough. Rosanna & Gregor’s wedding day had so …

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A Funky Glenskirlie Castle Winter Wedding Part One

A Glenskirlie Castle Winter Wedding with guitar jamming, fireworks and a funky daughter/Dad dance off!!! Part One…Getting Ready & the prelude to the ceremony. To view part two of this beautiful wedding, click here. To view part three of this beautiful wedding, click here. To buy beautiful …

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The Boathouse at Archerfield House

Sarah & Ben tied the knot on the balcony of the boathouse at Archerfield House along with their closest friends and family. Part one…golf, getting ready & the ceremony. See part two here.

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Exchange of Vows photography at Glenapp Castle

Lana & Richard’s exchange of vows at Glenapp Castle

Lana & Richard’s exchange of vows at Glenapp Castle. Here are some favourite shots from the day. To view all of the photographs go here. Password…lanarichard

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Glen Clova in Angus Scotland

Over Glen Clova by helicopter

Glen Clova is a valley with amazing scenery which lies in the Angus region in the east of Scotland. I was lucky enough to sit alongside the pilot on a helicopter trip along the valley to Loch Brandy in the north. Here are some favourite photographs …

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Wedding Photography on Film

Wedding Photography on Film

Wedding Photography on Film. I took my old Nikon FM2 and shot a roll of Kodak black & white Tri-x for Kate & James at Drumtochty Castle. View the full film here. Password…kodak

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Make Your Way Glassford

Make Your Way | Glassford What can you see? Where can you go?

Make Your Way. What can you see? Where can you go? Getting involved in the Make your way project is a brilliant way to really get to know and explore your own home environment. The project is is being run in conjunction with the Clyde and Avon Valley …

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Make Your Way Glassford

Make Your Way Glassford | Borelands Route

Make Your Way Glassford. Borelands Route. Getting involved in the Make your way project is a brilliant way to really get to know and explore your own home environment. The project is is being run in conjunction with the Clyde and Avon Valley Landscape Partnership (CAVLP) and …

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Make Your Way CAVLP

What Can We See? Where Can We Go?

Join the Make Your Way team on a walk with a difference. A walk with periscopes!!!! Throughout the Clyde and Avon Valley there are notable viewpoints that allow people to see the expanse of the valley and its waterways, but often in more urban areas these views and …

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