This one was at the end of the night. Love the brisbane city scape view from Victoria Park Golf Club.
Kyle and Ellena looking like a bit of a page from an old storybook.
Thanks to Victoria Park for looking after us all!!
I thought I should also share this one with everyone. It’s nice to show a stunning reception shot, which can sum up the day nicely.
There will be a full wedding to show off soon I promise.
Meet Jono and Lyndall, a couple very much in Love, and very easy going, an absolute pleasure to be around from start through to cheese.
Understandably though as Sydney definitely turned on the charm for us.
The Boathouse at Palm Beach in Sydney is truly one grand establishment to have a wedding, if you are prepared to wait for a few years to get a good day!
I can personally recommend the location and the food is amazing!….oh and check out the biggest Paella I have ever seen this side of the world!!
Thanks for allowing us to be a part of your amazing wedding guys. Well Married!!!
Enjoy the pics from the day, and of course the story they tell.
…and a little tune to go with the story.
Ed Sheeran – This – (iTunes)
A few smaller vendors the Bride and Groom wished to mention..
I would also like to thank Trent Daft for his help along side me all day.
Just after Claire was all ready to go to the alter, I was walking to my car and heard from inside someones house with an open door, the radio “Sydney could be in for 100km/hr winds this afternoon!”, and that’s all I heard.
Well yes it happened last Saturday, just as we arrived at Bradleys Head Mosman for bridal party photos it all went sideways, literally.
This is one during the storm in a protected area, and one after the main storm had eased, still very windy, Jeremy and Claire braving the storm to have some memorable shots of their wedding day.
I’m sure they will never forget their amazing day!
More to come.
This beautiful part of the world is Upper Lansdowne, out in the country near Taree in rural NSW, aka a wedding photographer’s delight. After a wonderful ceremony in the cutest little chapel I’ve ever seen, we ventured across the road to the local hall where a lamb was roasting on a spit and a cultural array of cuisine was served as everyone sipped on cider,beer and wine from around the world.
We let it cool down a little before venturing out to Grandmas Farm which would later host the Tent City where guests stayed the night. We snuck down to the pristine creek for a few romantic pics and then wandered around the farm looking for fun places to stop, have a drink and snap a few more images.
My guess is that everyone partied on into the night and morning, by campfire light, long after we had gone home. Party animals!
Thanks to Tessa Tran for helping me on this, it sure was an adventure we had over the few days we were out in the country.
Thanks goes out to Rhys and Krystal for their warm hospitality and great company, and for allowing us to be a part of their very funky, intimate & relaxed country wedding!
2013 has been huge.
I gave up my part-time ‘day job’ to focus entirely on my photography business. I moved interstate, away from the city where I’ve always lived. I flew on at least one plane a week. We had a baby!
And I live to tell the tale.
All of my clients you’ll see below had big years too – they were married. I thank them sincerely for connecting with my work, inviting me to document their major life events and allowing me to do what I love for a living.
We also raised almost $2,500 via our 100 Kids with a Different Future campaign, something I’m proud of and keen to do more of.
The images below are arguably my best, but definitely my faves of 2013. I hope you enjoy.
After much consideration I have decided to take on less weddings each year from now. This way I can give my best to each client while also spending more time being a hands on Dad and investing in my personal photography work.
I have a small handful of 2014 dates remaining and 2015 is already filling fast. So if you’re up for major life event, let’s have a chat.
The Cinematic Orchestra – To Build A Home
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