July 25, 2019

Foges and Clara get married – In Sweden

Despite the fact that my wife Carla misses out on a date to the wedding, the opportunity to photograph your best friend’s wedding is pretty cool. Even cooler when it's in Sweden. The first time I met Foges, I knew straight away we were going to be friends. Our first interaction included him bailing on the 'get to know you…
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January 27, 2018

A life changing wedding – Let’s Dance

I was lucky enough to experience my first Zimbabwean wedding last weekend.   You could tell that a lot of work went into the preparation and it was all focussed on one thing 'dance'.  I started to get a feeling that this was going to be the case very early with the boys listening to bangers all morning and dancing around…
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October 28, 2017

Same Sex – Engagement Photography

It was well worth getting up early on Saturday to catch the morning light for Renee and Gabby. The Pine Forest in Miami allowed soft light to go streaming through the trees and onto two of the most amazing lovebirds you could ever see. Renee and Gabby are two people very much in love. I didn't say one word that related…
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September 19, 2017

Wedding Day Dreams – The Chapel in Montville

I sometimes question my decision to be a wedding photographer. The world we live in can sometimes feel like one big show with everyone desperate to outdo each other’s perfect Instagrammable lives. But then you get two people so in love that you can't help but get excited about shooting moments that are 100% about each other. Arie and Emily…
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July 25, 2017

Wedding at Glengariff Historic Estate

In the heart of Brisbane's Hinterland Glengariff is a privately owned estate that is perfect for stunning wedding photography. Today I have the honour of capturing Elliot and Laura's charmingly intimate wedding day. The day started up with Laura and her lovely bridesmaids getting ready in a beautiful hill top location. There was a calm demeanour demonstrated by everyone and we were…
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July 3, 2017

Old clients and acro at Sherwood Aboretum

I love being able to catch up with old clients and photograph them year after year. Sessions are built around being relaxed and trusting the process. There is no need to think about posing or giving tips about the best way to get photos that exhibit the real person. The Van Wegan family are the epitome of a fun and…
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June 29, 2017

Baptisms, smartphones and professional photography

Documenting important events in a family’s life through photography is one of my favourite things.   Having families engaging with the experience and each other rather than feeling like they have to capture moments themselves is very important to me as a photographer. You see it every day in all different parts of life. At music shows, birthdays, sightseeing and…
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June 20, 2017

Why I love Documentary Family Photography (and why you should too)

Not everyone likes to get photos....and that includes me. But...I do love seeing photos of my family and when I am included I love to see myself connecting with my family and not looking at the camera like a big goofball. This is why I love documentary family photography. It provides an opportunity for everyone to be involved in a…
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May 29, 2017

Gerry and Edwina’s Surprise Garden Wedding

One of the best things about being a photographer is that you get let in on special secrets. Like the one where a couple is having people over for a ‘party’ and then turn it into one of the most special wedding ceremonies I have ever been part of. Gerry had clued me in earlier in the week to make…
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