Aisling and Tyson kicked off the last Saturday of 2018 with an incredible day! Stylish and modern, and yet down to earth and fun loving, these two and their families and friends made sure an amazing evening was had by all at the incredible outdoor venue of Nedlands Yacht Club, right on the swan river foreshore overlooking Perth.Read More
Meg and Matt were married at St Johns Church in Fremantle’s town centre, with portraits around my fave, the West End, in amongst all those historic old buildings, windy beaches, sheltered limestone and high Round House vistas. Wedding photography was so important to M and M, to capture their whole day from groom and bride prep through to the late stages of the reception at the Old Brewery in Perth city.Read More
An amazing destination wedding in country Victoria, photographing two awesome rock climbers getting married in the fields below their mecca, Mount Arapiles in Natimuk. Of course we took pics at the top, what incredible views! I love weddings like this, full of adventure, love, fun and a chilled out vibe.Read More
Ashley and Jay were lucky enough to get married on Jay’s family property near the Perth foothills. With some incredible vendors involved, the backyard ceremony and reception took place under tipis with a caravan bar and mexican feast to boot. Click to see the highlights of their day!Read More
Michele and Warren were married on a gorgeous spring day in Perth, Western Australia, with their ceremony at St Michael the Archangel church in Leederville and their reception at Frasers in Kings Park, a stellar venue in Perth with incredible food and service. We had an amazing sunset walking around the gardens near the Frasers reception venue.Read More
The amazing and lovely Chris and Anna had a wonderful wedding day with their family and friends. You can tell how close they all are and how much they are a part of each other’s families already.
We drove straight up to the Swan Valley to Bells Rapids after the ceremony and got there just in time for some incredible spring afternoon light. I wish we had longer to explore more, I’m going to have to get up there for some pre-wedding portraits I think so I can find some new spots!Read More
Rottnest is the most beautiful place. Sometimes it feels so wild and remote, even though it’s so close to Perth. I love that it’s kept this wildness and old feel through the years. It’s like your childhood is just always there across the ocean waiting for you to come back for a while and reminisce. It can also be quite a sad and eerie place, knowing the history of it now, but I like to think we’re healing the errors of the past. Celebrating love on Little Parakeet Bay, everything felt peaceful and beautiful.Read More