Below are examples of previous shoots. Click on any of the images to see additional photos from that particular wedding, or you can watch my 2019 reel to see a variety of my work.
Rhagan and Trent were married in Rhagan’s mother’s garden in Bunyip. The old farm-house garden looked as good as any professional venue and gave plenty of opportunities to capture photos of the couple. Rhagan arrived in a horse-drawn carriage to friends and family, and followed her son and Trent’s daughter down the aisle to meet an emotional groom. Their reception was held at Pakenham Racing Club in Tynong.
Hang and Daniel were married at the Antiochian Orthodox Church in Thornbury. Rain threatened after the ceremony as family photos were taken, but eventually cleared to allow Fitzroy Gardens to provide a beautiful backdrop for the couples formal photos. Their reception at Aerial was an eclectic mix of drums, dancing dragons and dance floor sparklers as the couple celebrated their big day.
Peggy and Elliot were one of the most relaxed couples I’ve had the pleasure to work with. After getting ready at different locations, they were united at their wedding ceremony at Bram Leigh Reception in Croydon. The beautiful venue proved a lovely backdrop for the couple’s formal photos before heading inside to celebrate their reception together.
Andrea and Jarrod decided to have some photos done before their wedding ceremony and headed down to Point Lonsdale Lighthouse to get some stunning shots on the pier and on the beach. After a quick freshen up, everyone moved on to Jack Rabbit Vineyard for the ceremony and reception. We got some great shots amongst the vines and in the field as the sun gently set.
After getting ready at Rydges Geelong, Emily and Nick returned to their old high school at Sacred Heart College to hold their wedding ceremony at the beautiful chapel on the grounds. Photos were taken on site before heading down to the Geelong Waterfront for a stroll on the pier. Their reception at GMHBA stadium (Kardinia Park) held a little surprise when we found that a MotoCross event was happening nearby. In addition to their reception setup, this provided fireworks, giant flames and backflipping motorbikes to complete an unexpected, but amazing setting.
Having Polish ancestry on Jack’s side meant the boys were in traditional attire which looked amazing on the day (although from all reports the wool pants were a little warm!) Their ceremony was held at Polish Marian Shrine in Aberfeldie and afterwards we got some amazing photos in the gardens. We then moved to Fitzroy Gardens to get some more great shots. The reception was held just up the road at Fitzroy Town Hall where everyone enjoyed a traditional drink and a great meal.
Nicole and Joe held a beautiful ceremony at Immaculate Conception Church in Hawthorn. After the family photos, we all headed into Fitzroy Gardens to get some fun shots of the couple and the bridal party. The day ended at Vogue Ballroom in Burwood with a spectacular first dance with fog and sparklers providing the backdrop.
One of the most fun and relaxed weddings I’ve shot! From the morning preparations at home, to the ceremony at St Patrick’s Lilydale, the formal phots in the beautiful CloudHill Gardens, the quick stop at Maccas for a cheeseburger and onto the reception at Vogue Ballroom in Burwood: Melissa and Tony didn’t stop smiling.
Surrounded by flowers and family, Karen and Tim held their beautiful wedding ceremony at the Fitzroy Gardens Conservatory. Formal photos were taken prior around the gardens on a very warm day. Luckily the day cooled as they made their way to the reception at St Andrews Conservatory just up the road.
A typical day of Melbourne weather couldn’t dampen spirits for Dina and Sameh. A hot midday ceremony at the Coptic Orthodox Church of Sts Bishoy and Shenouda transitioned to formal photos at the Fitzroy Gardens where the heavens opened and unleashed flash flooding, thunder, lightning and hail. This was no match for the bridal party’s high spirits and the day concluded with a joyous reception at Ultima Keilor.