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Ku-ring-gai Chase Engagement: Chris and Jess

Chris and Jess brought a plus one, canine Scout, and came to Wahroonga and slipped into the bushland a couple of Sunday’s ago for a Ku-ring-gai Chase engagement session. It was beautiful in the late afternoon, the stillness of the day barely disturbed by even the gentlest of breezes, and sunlight pushing to the red...

Sydney Registry Office Wedding: Jamie and Jess

Jamie’s picked up a wonderful job opportunity in the US and with very little time to spare organised a Sydney Registry Office wedding, with their immediate family as witnesses. Even pulling off something small, intimate and simple has it’s own complexities and Jess and Jamie were thrown into the deep end to accomplish their wedding...

James and Jess in Centennial Park

We’d arranged with Jess to meet in Centennial Park and do our session before playmaker and five-eigth James Maloney heads into the busy-ness of finals month with his league club, Sydney Roosters. He’s been playing a little bit too well to avoid that. The Monday, up until midday, that I was to photograph James and...

James and Kate marry in style at Mindaribba House, Hunter Valley

James and Kate are endearing, best of friends, given to pulling faces, making each other laugh, making others laugh, lovers of ice cream, procurers of exceptionally high-quality macaron’s, owners of a sweet tooth (more than one actually), and given to good taste in all else. Kate and her Mum, with the rest of the family...

Ed and Amanda’s Peppers Craigieburn wedding photos

Ed, UK born and bred, and Amanda, Central Queensland, met in the UK while Amanda worked in London. They clicked and love was born. We’d like to share some of their Peppers Craigieburn wedding photos with you. They made the exceptionally big decision to live in Sydney – to truly begin their new life together....

Susan and Allen. A couples portrait session in Centennial Park

How good do Allen and Susan look together for their couples portrait session! Strangely enough most of our clients are actually quite pessimistic about having photo’s done before the camera clicks. Then, throughout the session, I’ll occasionally show a shot on the back of the camera. It’s that bit of reassurance that things are going...



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