Stephanie and Garth’s big day flaunted a range of unique people, places and experiences that were exciting for me to capture on camera. Situated in Watson’s Bay, St Peter’s Church had an old fashioned, intimate English feel with sandstone walls and wooden interior. From the moment the bride walked down the aisle there was a lovely sense of connection between the bride, groom and their guests.Read More
Located at Sydney Polo Club, Chelsea and Cameron’s wedding was a unique combination of old fashioned elegance and detail that was beautiful and engaging to shoot on camera. Hitting off the day with a game of pool (literally), the boys prepared with laughs and the company of a canine groomsman. With equally easy-going vibes, the bridal party began their afternoon of glamour.
I was delighted to share the company of newlyweds Jennifer and Liam as they married each other in North Ryde’s Holy Spirit Catholic Church and celebrated at the glamorous Orso Bayside for their reception.
As a close family friend, I know Liam’s first point of preparation for the big day would be to have a beer on one side and his best mates on the other. With an inescapable grin on his face all morning, it was impossible not to capture his excitement too see the lovely bride. Jennifer and the bridal party continued the day’s high spirits, providing me with an elegant cream coloured palette to photograph, with each lady looking gorgeous in their long light toned gowns.Read More