Mel and Drew certainly have the makings of an awesome t.v show family, but with a touch more real life. Following a similar script, this wedding is a story of two outstanding people who meet, fall in love, and go on to live happily ever after.
Sharlene and Ben are two people who live to enjoy every moment of their lives together. They breathe in all of the moments of their life with deep joy. It was an amazing opportunity to photograph their wedding!
Leon and Sarah are a very cool couple! Spending some time with them at Port Noarlunga is definitely not enough time to get to know just how awesome they are! Needless to say, I am very keen to photograph their wedding soon!
Teacher’s spend a great deal of time in preparation of their subject to impart important information that will inevitably prepare them for a successful future. More importantly however, they work on building influential relationships encouraging them to be effective members of society.
Every photographer needs a hobby. Ironically, most would assume photography is the hobby. Though with film Leica in hand and a city to explore, I set out to be inspired and refreshed by the urban landscape and a little of the unknown.
I had to stop every now and then just to look around at the beautiful location that Tim and Clare had chosen for their wedding day! With perfect weather and a bridal party of awesome people, Clare and Tim were all set for a fantastic day!
I must admit that I fell more in love with Mark and Kezia throughout their day. Both wear their hearts on their sleeve and genuinely are the most endearing people I have had the pleasure of photographing.
It's that time of year where I grab my gear and harass family and friends for a portrait. This week's featured portrait is of the Ridge boys. A couple of awesome fellas who are quick of wit and keen to make a positive impression where ever they go.
I love winter weddings! The cold is easy to forget once the warmth of two beautiful people make a commitment to each other through marriage, not to forget the family and friends who also make the day an absolute joy to photograph.
Whirring like a retro robot toy from the disco era, the leather and plastic camera spewed out an image from its flat mouth. Fifteen minutes later an image appeared from milky nothingness to an old school photo.
Analogue photography.. it uses stuff called film, requires one to turn dials, flick levers, push buttons and use chemicals. It's also something I do to unwind and get a little bit of inspiration back into my workflow..
Magda and Adam fit together like two perfectly matched pieces of a puzzle. Throw in a motorbike burnout, a random trip to a cafe and a boat cruise to end a magnificent wedding celebration, and you have the makings of an incredible day!