South East Asia is where I call home, having lived and worked in Vietnam for 8 years. Currently based in Bangkok, Thailand, destination weddings take me all over Asia.
With a love for traveling, meeting people, photography and parties, destination weddings was a natural choice. My style of wedding photography is best described as creative reportage with contemporary portraiture. I like to remain inconspicuous as I wait in anticipation for the events to unfold; ensuring that the images captured remain realistic and natural looking.
During my time as a wedding photographer, I have been very fortunate to photograph weddings for a TV presenter, a Miss Universe model, a Prime Minister's Daughter and perhaps the biggest compliment of all, another wedding photographers wedding!
Award Winning Photos
The Wedding Photojournalist Association proudly recognizes the accomplishments and creative excellence of Aidan. The following awards have been earned by Aidan from the WPJA. These achievements come with great merit considering the high level of competition that a member faces in the contests.
I loved the body language and the soft light in this photo. I thought it was well composed and the photographer edited a nice moment.
Here’s an image that comes straight off the page of a travel brochure. It’s so perfect, so ideal, it makes all of us wish we were there taking this photo. It’s compositionally “spot on” and offers viewers a carefree journey into the kind of place we all long to be - together in love.
Reflection and color palette were well executed with this image. The photographer caught the right moment to give the picture clarity within the layered environment. Beautiful photo.
Lots of symbolism with the little girl looking out to the horizon. Most little girls dream of their wedding day. The little girl's dress is the 'perfect' little girl dress with the polka dots and pink bow and the wedding dress is equally 'perfect'. Watch your blacks. They look weak to me. Any image you submit to a contest should also be 'perfect' technically. Well done though. Nice image.
Smartly shot framing the women without showing their faces. The colors work well too.
The expressions, light, and framing of the bride and groom create a lovely candid portrait of the bride and groom as they listen to others during their reception. The groom's face, with the bride's hair framing his eye, create a touching moment.
This photo has a great feel. The backlight of the setting sun, the casualness of the barefoot bride and the flowers on the rock and the way the photographed framed the scene. Little elements that come together beautifully.
The following letters are from the clients of Aidan Dockery.
Married: 7 years ago
Aneela & Brian
Thank you ever so much for the GORGEOUS photos. You did a fantastic job and we are truly pleased with the final products! Everyone has been raving about your photos :-)