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Category Archives: Engagement

Kurt + Shreya: A Hunter Valley engagement session

Kurt and Shreya took the suggestion to escpae the city seriously so we popped up the F3 and did their session in the Hunter vineyard area. It was ever so lovely to be up in the old stamping ground (we used to live on the other side of the Hunter near Singleton). We made a...

A Manly session with Kevin and Tracy

We’d popped up that shot of Kevin and Tracy last time in what looked like an idyllic Pacific island location. The island of course was Australia and the location was Manly. What is it about Sydney that just keeps on amazing? Kevin and Tracy have got some fabulous plans for their forthcoming wedding(s!). some of...

Dave + Katie: A Balmain engagement shoot in the sunshine

Dave and Katie are getting married later in the year in Sydney and don’t they make a really attractive couple! This was a wonderful Balmain engagement shoot to shoot with them. It was on a really perfect weekend afternoon on the peninsula and as the day ended the light just kept getting better and better....

Engaged: Sophie + Nick

Popped into town and photographed Sophie and Nick around the King Street Wharf area. Not only did we have fun doing that but we were kept entertained by the filming of a car commercial in the same area. A brand new car was being driven around the streets and doing skids on a watered road....

Tim and Chrissy

A Monday afternoon in and around Kirribilli with Tim and Chrissy who were fantastic models! They’re just newly engaged, with a slightly different take on the actual engagement process cause it happened at Chrissy’s birthday party in front of family and friends. Tim’s much more game than I would ever have been. They’re a fun...

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