Category archives: Weddings

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[...]

Bendooley Estate Wedding | Jemma + Steve

Bendooley Estate Wedding | Jemma + Steve
There was a moment, a few minutes after we began walking through waist-high long grass at this Bendooley Estate Wedding, when it occurred to me that snakes really enjoy living in long grass. I began to question how responsible my actions that afternoon had been: here I had a beautiful bride in a perfect Pallas Couture gown, with her dashing new husband, and of all pla[...]

Cupitt’s Winery Wedding | Emily + Josh

Cupitt's Winery Wedding  |  Emily + Josh
THERE was, I think, a particular moment during this Cupitt's Winery Wedding that I stopped shooting and thought: wow. That moment was when we were on Emily's Grandfather's farm near Milton, on the South Coast. I was shooting beautiful wide frames of Emily and Josh standing under an enormous fig tree; a fig tree that was planted by Emily's great-grandfather around 1[...]