One frame from the weekend’s awesomeness…..
Mick and Erica got married at the Bawley Bush Cottages on the NSW south coast. I’ve know these two legends for a few years now and I was so excited when they asked me to part of their wedding because they’re two of the loveliest people you’ll meet!!
There were so many beautiful touches throughout the day. From getting ready in a house that Erica’s dad built (designed in a hexagon shape because Erica liked hexagons) to the bouquets being local wild flowers hand picked that morning. From a photography point of view we also did something a little different. Because M+ E didn’t want to be away from the party too long we decided to do the bulk of the photos the following day – at sunrise. Pretty crazy but they didn’t hesitate when I suggested it. I’m so glad we did it because we got some amazing stuff!!
I’ve been going down to the Bawley Point area for family holidays over 30 years now (from when I was about 6 months!). It was a great feeling to go exploring and take some amazing photos in a place that I know so well.
Mick and Erica – you guys are awesome. I hope these photos bring a massive smile to your dial.
These legends got married at Merribee. It feels like so long ago that I first met Amelia and James. They invited me over to their inner west unit for dinner. It can be a big deal for some people to invite a stranger over for dinner but there was never an uncomfortable moment and Amelia also happens to be a great cook!
One the wedding day they trusted me completely and were so relaxed. They even scheduled 10 minutes at sunset to duck away from the reception to grab some photos in the nearby field. From now on I’ll be suggesting all my clients do the same! A + J thank you so much for having me photograph your wedding. It really was a pleasure to be there!
p.s. I love a floral crown!!
The first sunny morning in a couple of weeks and I just happened to have a family photo shoot planned. It couldn’t have worked out any better.
When I book sessions in with clients I give them the option of either early morning or late afternoon to get the best light. I’m always impressed when someone chooses early morning. It’s the best part of the day!
Thanks Matt, Megan and Izzy for getting up at 5:30am for this.
Tom and Julia got hitched at Centennial Vineyard in Bowral. I’ve worked with Tom for a few years so it was great when he came to me about shooting his wedding. What was even more special is that it’s where I got married 4 years earlier. Back then I could never have imaged that the very next time I went to Centennial was t photograph someone else’s wedding. It was awesome to relive it and all those great memories came flooding back.
Thank you so much Tom and Julia for having me. I hope you love these photos as much as I do.
Big thanks to my awesome wing(wo)man for the day – Jules!!