Today we had the opportunity to photograph at the clients’ beautiful rural property. It makes it very personal and special to capture the family in their own space. The kids usually are more relaxed, too. These six young men certainly kept us all on our toes! But when you let them be themselves and play, you end up with candid images that touch your heart.
Thank you for allowing us in your home!
This young couple had booked us to capture their intimate ceremony in a beautiful park in Sydney. They got married with only their families present, in a very spiritual ceremony. In the short time we had to work with Cliantha and Leighton we got to witness their love and enjoyed capturing their special commitment.
Cliantha and Leighton – we wish you and your little family all the best for your future together! It was a pleasure working with you to create images that will forever remind you of this special day.
This was a fun one! A multi-generation photo shoot including outfit changes in the bush and lots of laughter. With Nan visiting from overseas, a sister living in Bali and a new baby born into the family, they had plenty of reasons for this photo shoot. Though you only really need one: to capture the love and connection between each other. And there was plenty of that around!
Thank you for letting us photograph you all! May the images always remind you of the special bond you have, no matter how much distance is between you.
Without a doubt Somersby Falls is one of our favourite locations for photo shoots, and for this family session we had the Falls almost completely to ourselves – perfect!
We’ll let the pictures speak for this beautiful photo shoot. Thank you Thomas family, it was an absolute pleasure.
This was such a beautiful day! It has been a few weeks since we photographed at Kimberley and Phillip’s wedding, as we respected their wishes to wait with the posting of photos, until they had had a chance to send them to their families overseas first. But writing about their day now puts us right back. What we took away from their wedding was the love, happiness and fun everyone brought to the day. Kimberley and Phillip had their closest friends witness their heartfelt commitment – and we could feel how special these people were to them. And they were an entertaining bunch as well!
The couple had set up and decorated the grounds of a private house in Avoca, all by themselves – and it was stunning! One thing we will certainly not forget was the heat in this house though – challenging for the bridal party to get ready in, and for us to photograph, but the bride took in in her stride and it certainly did not stop us either.
We loved capturing the emotions of the day, from nervousness and excitement to pure joy and even a few happy tears. It was simply amazing to be a part of this. Thank you, Kimberley and Phillip – we wish you and your beautiful girls a lifetime of happiness together!
Today we had a lovely family photo shoot to welcome the newest member of the Tuite family into the world. At just three weeks old, their gorgeous boy was wide-eyed for most of the session. The family’s garden was a perfect backdrop for our photo shoot.
We really enjoy doing family shoots – it is so beautiful to watch and capture the love and connection between people, especially when there are a different generations involved.
Congratulations again on your beautiful family, Tash and Pete! Thank you for letting us capture your growing family – it was so much fun! We hope that you treasure these photos, especially as your kids will be grown up before you know it.
Hannah and Jordan got married at a beautiful spot in Rumbalara Reserve, Springfield. They had asked us to capture them and their bridal parties whilst getting ready at separate locations before the ceremony. This is always a nice opportunity to photograph bride and groom individually and with their bridal parties.
Both bridal parties were so relaxed, no pre-wedding jitters in sight. They simply enjoyed themselves – as they should! The boys in particular were so laid back that they seemed too concerned for a guy on TV being booked by the RBT to worry about the wedding ceremony coming up!
Both wedding parties then made their entrance to the ceremony in a beautiful retro VW bus. A short and sweet ceremony was followed by family photos and a few bridal shots, before we started heading down to the reception.
Family and friends were still putting their final touches on the decorations of Wagstaffe Hall, which looked beautiful. Hannah and Jordan had done most of the things themselves – from the flowers, to writing their vows to decorating the hall. Hats off to that!
We finished photographing just before dinner (mobile pizza- yum!) was served. We hope that you enjoyed the rest of your reception, Hannah and Jordan! It was a pleasure being part of your day, and we wish you all the best for your future together.