Scottish Whisky Photographer

Based in the Highlands, photographing throughout the UK
I was initially commissioned by Bruichladdich Distillery to shoot a new series of images to commemorate the launching of their new 10 yr whisky, 10 years after the distillery was brought back to life.

The main body of work featured a range of portraits of the distillery team in addition to a collection of images of the Rhinns of Islay where the distillery is located.

Specialising in observational documentary photography, I made multiple trips to the distillery for a variety of different projects, including shooting the new images for some of the Whisky tins for the Port Charlotte (PC) range.

As well as photographing within the distillery, it was also a privilege to shoot images of some of the people and places that influence the production of the Whisky and Gin that Bruichladdich produce, including many of the local farmers.

You can view the gallery below or see more of my commercial projects for Distillery and Brewery clients here.

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scottish whisky photographer roddy mackay captured this image of farmer james brown at octomore farm in islay

The Commercial Photography Portfolio

A broader portfolio of photography for clients from a variety of distilleries and breweries.

Grandad, son and grandson farmers photographed on the farm

Bairds Malt Sample Gallery

Images shot on behalf of Bairds Malt LTD

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