Tags archives: Sydney wedding photographer

English meets Scottish wedding | plus a canal boat and bride in boots!Daniel & Emily

English meets Scottish wedding | plus a canal boat and bride in boots!
Wow, what a day! Everything about it was totally them, from the bad ass crown and rose embroidered Dr Martin boots to the tradition elements of a Scottish wedding incorporating the family tartan and Daniel's Dad playing the bag pipes - a newly learnt skill for him. ⠀ Daniel and Emily said 'We do' at the beautiful and historic church, St Margaret's in Uxbridge[...]

What to expect from a photo shoot

What to expect from a photo shoot
As a professional photographer I've had many photo shoots with couples, families and individuals. Most of the time my clients appear cool as a cucumber, I on the other hand, am incredibly awkward on the other side of the camera (there's evidence if you care to see it). So, whilst on a recent holiday in Italy, my partner and I decided to have our first shoot together[...]

East London Wedding | Traditional meets the cool streets of East LondonTory & John

East London Wedding | Traditional meets the cool streets of East London
I first met Tory and John for an engagement photography session in London's Hampstead, during the best summer the UK has seen since the 70s! Returning for their London wedding on May 4th, the weather was a little less balmy and a lot more arctic! Sleet was soon followed by sunshine, the weather failing to phase this cool couple who were still keen to get out into Lo[...]

The Best Wedding Cakes in Sydney

The Best Wedding Cakes in Sydney
Being a wedding cake taster was certainly up there on the career goals, however, given the highly competitive industry of professional wedding cake tasters, I had to settle for becoming a wedding photographer instead, pfft! All jokes aside, living my best life as a wedding photographer, a major perk of the job is sampling the best wedding cakes in Sydney - lucky me![...]

Botanic Garden Wedding, Blue MountainsJess & Chris

Botanic Garden Wedding, Blue Mountains
Jess and Chris held their Botanic gardens wedding on a fine spring day in Sydney's Blue Mountains. The day was a true reflection of the them - relaxed, bare foot, and finished with cheese, beer and a giant grazing board. The ceremony took place under 'The Wedding Tree', with views over the valley it made a stunning outdoor wedding location. The newly married couple to[...]

Blue Mountains Wedding | The stunning Collits Inn and a surprise announcementMerissa & Will

Blue Mountains Wedding | The stunning Collits Inn and a surprise announcement
I first met Merissa & Will for their Blue Mountains engagement photography session. After capturing their newly engaged love at sunrise atop the mountains, we enjoyed good coffee and chats.  I knew their values for what matters most would make their Blue Mountains wedding a true reflection of them. Set at the rustic Collits Inn, surrounded by stunning scenery, ani[...]

Australian Museum Wedding | St Peter Chanel Wedding Ceremony & Hyde Park PortraitsMikaila & Cameron

Australian Museum Wedding | St Peter Chanel Wedding Ceremony & Hyde Park Portraits
Mikaila & Cameron are not only the sweetest couple, they are also quite obviously the coolest having an Australian Museum Wedding. Who wouldn't want to celebrate their wedding day with a giraffe, grizzly bear and penguins as guests? The Australian Museum is centrally located with stunning views of the city and is a few minutes stroll to Hyde Park which is a great [...]

Wendy’s Secret Garden WeddingRavilya & Ladislav

Wendy's Secret Garden Wedding
Ravilya and Ladislav have been together for 10 years, Lad, a local Maroubra surfer and Ravilya a music teacher, their wedding ceremony and afternoon tea took place in Ashfield at St Vincent's Catholic Church followed by a Wendy's Secret Garden wedding photography session. After a quick dash to Luna Park they spent their evening having an intimate dinner at Sydney harb[...]