When Chloe and Dylan contacted me saying that they wanted to make the trip out to Lincoln’s Rock for their elopement, I was over the moon! This clifftop location near Wentworth Falls in the Blue Mountains is one of the most beautiful places I have photographed in.
Their elopement was so incredibly beautiful. They were joined by their Mums, their celebrant Charmaine, and a handful of random bystanders - who seemed genuinely touched by the ceremony.
After the ceremony, we braved the cold and wind and explored the gorgeous scenery surrounding Lincoln’s Rock and the sun went down. Here are some images from the day…. Read More
or their pre-wedding shoot. They are from Singapore and came here for a family holiday plus destination pre wedding photos, what a great idea! The Australian landscape is very different from Singapore!
We started out having a stroll around the Old Parliament House, then drove to the Old Stromlo Observatory, and finally explored the National Arboretum - just in time for sunset. Read More
Last weekend I photographed Jeremy and Erin at Booroombra Rocks- in Namadgi National Park. Can you believe that this is only an hour’s drive from Canberra’s city centre? This is one of the reasons I love living in Canberra.
We hiked up to the top - through a slippery snow covered trail, to catch that magical mountaintop golden hour, and what a treat it was! 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
I get to hang out with a lot of cool couples, but these guys are on a whole other level. They're also super nice, and let me be a third wheel with them one afternoon a couple of weeks back.
Emma and I share a love of concrete and glass- so we wandered around the Portrait Gallery admiring it's walls (an example of Brutalist architecture Emma tells me) and finding nice light.
I also used a confetti cannon for the first time! If you ever feel like adulting is getting you down, buy yourself a confetti cannon. If you are worried about cleanup, Geelong fireworks stocks 'Envirofetti' as well, which dissolves upon contact with water. Read More