Category archives: Weddings

Hillview Heritage Hotel Wedding | Nicola + Luke

Hillview Heritage Hotel Wedding | Nicola + Luke
I'm typing this while sitting on a train in Norway. That's right, Norway - and my train has wifi. I'm pretty stoked to be over here for a few months to shoot 6 weddings in various parts of Europe. I've promised myself to keep on top of editing and blogging while I'm traveling.  So, here is Nicola and Luke's Hillview Heritage Hotel wedding. This wedding was pretty fun[...]

Wombat Hollow Wedding | Zoe + Patrick

Wombat Hollow Wedding  |  Zoe + Patrick
No - this isn't a fairy tale, although as we stood in the dead-quiet, final moments of light, and as this day in history prepared to wink out like a drowsy candle, it sure felt like one. Nothing moved - nothing stirred. And in those moments of halcyon dusk when it was not light, nor was it dark, and as two humans quietly embraced in front of me, I wondered how on t[...]

Bistro Molines Wedding | Megan + Graham

Bistro Molines Wedding  |  Megan + Graham
I'm very happy to share Megan and Graham's beautiful, teary Bistro Molines Wedding with you today. I'm always quite lost for words when I meet someone at a wedding who is desperately trying to hold back their tears. The way I see it, wedding tears can only be a good thing: tears of joy after witnessing two kindred souls become one, or tears in response to the general[...]

Metung Wedding Photographer | Sophie + Aaron

Metung Wedding Photographer | Sophie + Aaron
I'd never been to the Gippsland area; i'd never even heard of Metung, this tiny town at the confluence of a river and a few lakes, and I'd certainly never photographed a Metung wedding. Google maps told me Metung was quite a way from home. So, on a warm Friday morning I set out and drove 8 hours  (with multiple coffee stops). I arrived with enough time before sunset t[...]

Growwild Wedding | Sian + Luke

Growwild Wedding | Sian + Luke
My first Growwild Wedding. When I was 7 years old, and on a spur of the moment, spit-second decision during a vacation to canberra, Mum and Dad bought a small, overgrown, ramshackle cottage in the Southern Highlands, and decided to move the family from Sydney. 25 acres of bush, some goats, donkeys, a few old sheds, some old tractors, and the house. I remember as a[...]

Hunter Valley Wedding Photographer | Sum + Shanu

Hunter Valley Wedding Photographer | Sum + Shanu
There was a bit of a theme to this Hunter Valley wedding: two countries / two cultures / two religions. I can't stop thinking about Shanu's father's speech. He said this (i'm paraphrasing slightly but you'll get the gist): 'Moving forward on this planet, we should all be one religion: the Human religion. Our beliefs shouldn't divide us, because in the end we are[...]