Here are some pictures of past performances. If you would like information on booking me for a function click on the email link below.




At the church, the sound of the pipes can add even more emotion to the wedding ceremony.

At the reception, the happy couple can be piped to their table and then afterwards have the guests tapping their feet, dancing or just listening to the varied styles of tunes played by the Piper.

Andy & Kathryn Mitchell's Wedding - 07/10/2006

There is no more lovely, friendly and charming relationship, communion or company than a good marriage.

Martin Luther
1483 - 1546



Burns' Suppers

A must for any Burn's Supper is a Piper to pipe in the haggis.

Then, when all the guests have had their turn at reciting or singing some of the bards work, the Piper can entertain them with a selection of tunes both traditional and modern.

Performing the Address to the Haggis - Sedgebrook Hall. 27th January 2007

The Selkirk Grace

Some hae meat and canna eat,
And some would eat that want it;
But we hae meat, and we can eat,
Sae let the Lord be thankit.

Robert Burns




The top picture on the right is of the Thiepval Memorial in France. It is an immense structure that is inscribed with 73,350 names of missing soldiers from the Battle of the Somme.

The bottom picture is one of the many commonwealth cemeteries that are scattered around the Somme region.

For most people, there is no better way to send off a loved one than with the  emotional sound of the pipes playing the Flowers of the Forrest.


Thiepval Memorial
commonwealth cemeteries

Did they beat the drum slowly,
Did they sound the fyfe lowly.
Did rifles fire o'er you as they lowered you down,
Did the band play the Last Post and chorus,
Did the pipes play the Flowers of the Forest.

Eric Bogle
1969 -     



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