The Family Reunion This was The Family Reunion where Merrick and Barbara’s wanted to capture the beauty and craftsmanship that went into building their house. Merrick is a renovating guru – he built this house with his bare hands. Literally. He toiled and laboured, brick-by-brick, trowel stroke-by trowel stroke. It has taken him all of […]
This composite image of Evelyn and Jeremy was taken at the park next to their house. The bark on the eucalyptus tree that Evelyn climbed on looks cartoon-like and I thought it was the perfect for the serenade setting.
Such a wonderful couple, each with their own wealth of cultural background. El Salvador, French, Australian – and now married! Eve and Jeremy were easy to photograph, they are so photogenic! On the menu was Cumbia, French and Spanish and a wedding cake that Evelyn made herself.
Bernie asked me to do a shoot of her family and newborn daughter Matilda, so we took a stroll down the bamboo garden at Mt. Cooth Tha. Matilda is such a happy and smiling baby girl (when she was awake). Congratulations to the happy parents! xox
Varvara + Maxim are such beautiful people and great friends… I was happy to be invited as a guest rather than the wedding photographer because the Japanese beers just kept on coming! Awesome :)
Love conquers all. I am an avid believer that you don’t need a huge budget to have a beautiful wedding. All you really need is each other, close friends and family. Erica and Steve are such a beautiful couple, genuine and honest. It was a real pleasure being in their company for this shoot.
Erica + Steve – City Botanic Gardens – This is a Composed Photograph of Erica and Steve at the Brisbane City Botanical Gardens. It is made up of many small photos, combined to create a ginormous canvas of many pixels and very high resolution. You can change the view to full screen and zoom in to […]
The 3 Palm Trees photograph is a Composed Photograph made up of many smaller photos that are combined to create a ginormous canvas of many pixels and very high resolution. You can change the view to full screen and zoom in to see a very high level of detail. Gigapan instructions: Go full screen: Zoom […]