I met Sara a few years ago now when I decided I would try my hand at some fashion photography. I was actually really happy with the results but new I wasn’t cut out for that particular industry. Since then, we’ve kept in touch, I’ve added a few of her cool designs to my wardrobe, and I just love what an amazing, down to earth, beautiful soul she is. When she dropped me a line about just maybe, would I be interested in photographing her wedding….well, y’know. Her only instruction was that she didn’t want a single posed photo because they really really didn’t like the spotlight. So I said, yep, I could work with that.
Thank you Sara and Cameron for hosting one of the sweetest, most laid-back celebrations I have ever photographed. Your friends and family were absolutely wonderful, and it seems, this beautiful union was a long time coming. Congratulations and lots of love for this adventure ahead. Much love!! XOXO
Hallo! We have made our way through Singapore, Malaysia, Switzerland, Itay and Germany and just wanted to say sorry for the silence! We prepared this gorgeous little post before we left Sydney and thought there would be many an evening to knuckle down and get a little work done while the kids met their early bedtime routines. Safe to say, the kids have never had an early bedtime and more often than not, the energy required to travel with two kids means we climb into bed with them and most likely fall asleep before they do! In any case, I have a little moment of quiet while the kids take an afternoon little snooze in the car with the hubby so I’m taking the opportunity to share these special pictures from my gorgeous high school friend’s wedding. Jacquie and Chris wed on their parents estate in the Hunter and the place could not be more perfect. It was the perfect venue – a space to rest, wed, explore, chillax, enjoy a bonfire, and a beautiful celebration beneath the moonbeams. Hope you guys love these memories as much as we do! Much love, xoxoxoxooxo
Nat and Dan, two of my favourite creative dream-makers, whisked their family and friends to an island property where they would get married. Dan had never attended a wedding before and drew his only experience from what he’d seen in movies. So it didn’t seem so surprising that the story of their wedding was a bit of a fairy tale. The clouds threatened all morning and the pouring rain tried to keep Nat from her waiting groom. She would not be stopped – making the decision to brave the rain rather than let Dan and her guests wait any longer. They shared their journey, exchanged personal vows and as they kissed, the sun came out and shone down on them.
I’ve adored this gorgeous couple ever since I met them with their sweet love and their infectious smiles. I’m so thankful to have been able to capture their day in the Hunter Valley surrounded by their closest family and friends, and memories of loved ones who were with them in spirit. These two are the perfect reminder of a love that is gracious and giving, tender and real, and it is truly beautiful to witness. Congratulations you two! xo
I adored the energy and love that flowed through every bit of this wedding. From the morning games, the vibrant tea ceremonies, and the marquee set up just for these two sweethearts on Sherrie’s uncle’s property, it really was a sight to behold. Never mind the rain that poured and poured and didn’t really let up, somehow that too helped to make it the memorable day that it was. Congratulations you two! xo