At the end of last year I had the pleasure of shooting a maternity portrait session with Pim and her husband Matt at one of the most breathtaking locations I’ve ever been to. It was an early start for us to catch first light at Bombo Quarry ( I think I got up at 4:30 for a 5:15 arrival), but it was so worth it to photograph Pim and Matt in this surreal otherworldly seascape, with the most beautiful sunrise light.
It felt extra special to me being able to be document a little bit of Pim’s pregnancy because I was about 12 weeks pregnant at the time. Read More
We froze our asses off in the drizzle and wind on a Saturday afternoon during our engagement session, and I loved every minute of it. Simon and Ailish were such champions and even though the weather was looking pretty ominous towards the end of the photoshoot they wanted to soldier on and get to the top of Mount Painter for the killer view over Canberra.
I love photographing couples who are a little bit adventurous and happy to do a bit of hiking for their portraits! Read More
Makeup // Lilah Gow
Hair // Christina Giachin
Flowers // Moxom and Whitney
Dress & Veil // Allure Bridal
Rings // Marie Jeanette Designs , Arnold & Co Jewellers
Cake // Pip and Lou
Venue // The Boathouse
Celebrant // Judy Aulich Read More
These guys are the best. They're such genuine, down to earth people and so much fun! It was an honour and privilege to spend the day documenting their wedding.
I love their quirky taste in things, and their wedding was true to their personalities. Sam wore an unconventional mauve- pink wedding dress by the uber cool local Canberra brand Rockstars & Royalty, and Aaron wore a gradient mauve lace tie- also from Rockstars & Royalty; Their bouquets and button holes were handmade with freshly picked flowers from the garden; and there were quote from The Big Bang Theory in their vows. Such an awesome day!
Note: edited with my LIFE//Style Lightroom preset.
The day after our wedding in Hobart, we drove up the east coast of Tasmania to the Bay of Fires lined with those famous red granite rocks. It felt like a dream.
We spent 2 nights in a beach shack in a secluded area near Binalong Bay, 20mins from the nearest town and 20mins from any phone reception. The shack overlooked the ocean and there was a window in the ceiling directly above the bed which revealed the multitude of the brightest stars you'll ever see. Read More