A little blog post to finish off the week. I’ve photographed Ocea a few times during her first year…she can now work it like a pro!
Just four more sleeps until London-based Amanda and Olly celebrate their wedding at Maitraya Retreat. So lovely to have the opportunity to get to know them better at the beach yesterday, and completely in love with the photos we captured.
If you’ve been to Denmark and you’re a foodie, chances are you’ve been to Pepper & Salt Restaurant and tasted Silas’s amazing food, which gives a solid spicy nod to his Fijian Indian heritage. As Silas says, Ang is the Salt to his Pepper, and their three children are the spicy blend of the two!
While Ang’s parents were visiting from over east recently, we headed down to the beach on a stormy afternoon for what turned out to be one of the most fun photo sessions ever!
I love my job and the beautiful people I get to spend time with. It always feels like such an honour to share someone’s wedding day with them, and I love the journey of getting to know them in the lead up as well as on the big day itself.
Now living in Darwin, Genaye and Daniel returned to Albany to get married. Daniel and the groomsmen got ready at Daniel’s grandfather’s home while the girls were up the road at The Temple Spa. They had the most perfect spot for the ceremony on their very own block of land by the beach. Surrounded by beautiful peppermint trees, Jo from Eclectic Events and Lindy from Lush Floral Designs made it look even more perfect for the ceremony conducted by celebrant, Kate Thomas. Jo and Lindy worked their magic again to make the reception at Carlyles Function Centre picture-perfect too. Genaye and Daniel are now, escaping Darwin’s wet season and enjoying a five week adventure in Italy.