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Jonathon and Julia

“Where are you from?” “Australia”. “I love Vienna”. How many conversations do you have like that when you’re overseas? You’d think people could pick the Australian accent but they don’t. I was going to title this something about the Sound of Music but that was just going too far, even for me. Julia, you see,...

Scott and Chloe. A Sydney engagement session.

It doesn’t need saying but how good do Scott and Chloe look together! The lovely thing about doing these shoots is watching and learning all the ways in which two people can be in love. Watch two people in love, the world over, holding hands, hugging, kissing, dancing, gazing, choosing, shopping. It’s different and the...

Engagement shoot with Tim and Sarah

Tim and Sarah came to do their engagement shoot in Sydney from Brisbane. That’s where they live – that’s why we hadn’t met before.I love meeting our clients, talking to them, getting to know more about them. Sometimes the first opportunity to meet them is on a shoot day itself. We start from scratch. Introduce...

Vi and Yuki

Not so long ago the Wallabies played the All Blacks in a Rugby World Cup semi. As I headed home from this session, listening to the broadcast on the radio, I didn’t even care that the Australian team was well behind the eight ball and getting no better on the scoreboard (I would still have preferred...

Circular Quay engagement session with Scott and Chloe

Met up with Scott and Chloe in Circular Quay during last week’s patch of warm sunshine to take some photos celebrating their upcoming wedding. Here’s one from the session that caught our eye. Getting married? Contact Sarah (or me) about beautiful photography… David Facebook / Contact



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