Here we are at the start of another amazing year! After 8 years of full time wedding photography I’m still feeling fresh, inspired and excited about my job. This years’ collection is going to be in 4 parts, and includes engagement shoots and the occasional family shoot (something I’m doing more and more of, and […]
Sand Cay Elopement // Vlasoff Cay. How’s this for an adventure elopement? Giles and Georgie flew Vivian Reid and myself out to Vlasoff Cay to get hitched. Afterwards they snorkelled in infinite visibility (close to it! haha), azure waters. Bliss! Massive thanks to Nautilus Aviation for taking care of us.
Phuket Wedding // Tash and Rob I used to work with Tash (almost 15 years ago!) when she was a wedding planner and I was a waiter on the Gold Coast. I was pretty damn excited when she contacted me and said she was getting married in Phuket and wanted me there to capture their […]
Cairns Botanic Gardens Elopement – Shawnee and Josh. We found a little private corner in the gardens for Shawnee and Josh to elope, along with their little baby bump 🙂 Thanks to Aphrodite from Cairns Tropical Weddings!
Erin and Guy eshoot // Townsville. These guys are getting married tomorrow! I drove to Townsville today for their eshoot, I’m so glad I did!
Laloli Wedding Photography // Kate and Jeremy. I was so happy to be returning to Laloli after my first experience there few weeks ago! Kate and Jeremy had their ceremony in the garden and their reception in the Sugar Shed. Kate and Jeremy were laughing all day, and the dance floor action was epic! Celebrant: […]
Salsa Port Douglas Wedding Photography. I’m so glad Holly and Joel chose to have their wedding reception at Salsa Bar and Grill in Port Douglas. It’s known for being one of the best restaurants in Queensland and is perfectly suited for a chilled out/tropical wedding reception. Little Cove was the location for their ceremony – […]
Sugar Wharf Port Douglas Wedding. Harriet and Vince had their wedding ceremony at the iconic Little Cove followed by a massive party at Port Douglas’ Sugar Wharf. I’ll never forget their Greek ‘plate smashing’ dance – what a night!