2001-2009

My Portfolio

Chris & Anna // Maleny Hillside Wedding

The story of Chris & Anna is one that I am so happy to tell. On a misty day perched in the hills of Maleny Queensland, they married. Their day was one of do-it-yourself. Much effort. Love. Lots of Love. Family, friends with an undeniably honest, genuine love for the...

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Leanne & Luke

Leanne & Luke. You guys! You stood strong in the storm on your wedding day. Let me explain.
With forecast storms Plan B was to make Plan A work.

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Chelsea & Craig

Maleny is such a beautiful place. Chelsea and Craig are such a beautiful people individually, and as a couple just gorgeous.

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Dave & Mary // Modern Eclectic Wedding

Did someone say hand made with love? Love this creative couple! Just… wow. Dave and Mary put much thought into the choices they made for their wedding day. Using items that have lasted the test of time; quaint metal chairs hired locally, old crates, desks, wheel barrows and more. The...

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Andy & Trent

Andy & Trent

A lovely wedding set just back from the beach on the beautiful Sunshine Coast. Had lots of fun with the bridal party on this one!

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Journey for Two

Josh & Lauren are great friends of mine. And when I found out they were getting married I was so excited for them both, which I expressed joyously to them, but I was also secretly excited because I had wanted to have a proper go at filming a wedding. Their wedding.

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How time flys

Little something I have been experimenting with whenever I have spare time to do so.

Friends

Friends

I have been holding out on these for a while. This was a fun shoot with four friends, the weather was looking ominous but luckily held out!

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Storm King Dam

Storm King Dam

Spent a few days out near Stanthorpe and Girraween National Park in QLD. Temps were well below zero at night, thankfully my gear worked perfectly, often my hands did not fair too well though! Star-trails did not work as i planned with the lens quickly fogging up, or the entire camera freezing over with ice.

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