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Category Archives: Wedding Photography

Simone and Dave’s wedding would have to be the most unique day I have ever photographed :)   Their wedding had a science theme, with lots of quirky touches, and the perfect venues for their theme. Their ceremony held under the galaxy at the Planetarium, and their reception at Scitech. And of course Robothespian the robot tried to […]

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Tina and Blake first met through Blake’s brother and his then girlfriend (now wife) on Tina’s 18th birthday. However, it’s funny how life works, it was another 12 years until they reconnected at Tina’s 30th birthday party. Later, on a trip to Thailand, Blake waited until the second last night, when they were on a […]

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Jess and Trent met when they were still in high school, when they worked together at ten pin bowling alley, where they ‘coincidentally’ seemed to always  end up on the same rosters.  Trent proposal was definitely a huge surprise, they weren’t even in the same city as far as she knew.  Trent has secretly  followed  Jess to Sydney where […]

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Exactly 2 years to the day after Mike proposed to Debbie, we found ourselves bright and early taking photos as Debbie got ready for her wedding. Whilst Debbie’s very cute flower girls Kura, Jade and Charlotte were dressed and ready to go when we arrived at 8:30am, the rest of the house was a hive […]

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Hannah and Matt’s story is another one straight from Hollywood! They first met at their local gym… or should I say, Matt first noticed Hannah and it was love at first sight, after which Matt began working out a lot! Eventually he had the courage to chat to Hannah, where he found out that she […]

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It was an honour to photograph Jacinta and Dave’s wedding. A very long time ago we all worked together at Action Supermarkets. And before I even knew Dave and Jacinta were going out, I remember noticing how enthusiastically they were washing their checkouts together after a busy Saturday shift, and I commented that I thought […]

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