Despite all the expectations that are placed on getting married - the outfits and venues and guest lists and table decor - there are those rare people who only need each other and their closest family to witness their wedding and it is still incredibly special. Claire and Andrew have been together for many years, but upon realising that all their families would be together for the last time in a while, they spontaneously decided to make their commitment official at Claire’s family home.Read More
Madeline and Rhyno love natural photos and spontaneous moments – my favourite thing to photograph. I know this from the magical beach engagement shoot we did a few months ago, and was so looking forward to their wedding day. And true to their beautiful, creative personalities, the day was natural, simple and truly beautiful.Read More
I met Carla and Graham earlier this year to do their engagement shoot and get to know them a bit and it was pretty clear from the outset that they weren't too keen on posing for the camera and liked to keep things as natural as possible. They emphasised that they would love me to shoot the wedding in a "ninja" documentary style - capturing moments as they happened, rather than lots of posing - my absolute favourite request from a bride and groom!
The wedding was definitely a favourite so far - the weather was perfect, Carla and Graham had organised the most beautiful event down to the smallest detail, and yet were so relaxed and enjoyed their day, and the venue, Olive Rock, was absolutely gorgeous.Read More
This is without a doubt the most beautiful wedding I have ever photographed. I know I'm probably biased because it was my brother-in-law getting married but it was just such a fun family farm wedding which I loved being a part of.
Dan and Tessa chose to get married on the beautiful Aswater farm just outside of Prince Albert. The ceremony was in a beautiful poplar grove and their reception was a relaxed affair, sprawled across the lawns of the farmhouse.Read More
Megan planned her fairytale wedding day down to the very last beautiful detail and it truly was a very warm but very beautiful day at Cape Point Vineyards. It was so wonderful to be part of a real family wedding - from getting ready where Meg and Russ were surrounded by family and friends, to a beautiful ceremony where Russ and Meg were joined in marriage but they also had a sand pouring ceremony to symbolise two families becoming one. The reception was interesting as we had a little bit of load shedding to reckon with but that didn't stop anyone from having a good time. Moving speeches, a few tears, lots of laughs, crazy wedding games, and a family dance-off made for a wild night. Congratulations Mr and Mrs Dorning!Read More
What an interesting cultural experience this wedding was ! I had the privilege of being the second shooter for Ashley Banks at Joyanna and Caleb's wedding in Three Hills, Alberta. It was an amazing wedding and such fun to shoot; Caleb and his family are from Samoa and he was marrying Joyanna, a country girl from the prairies of Alberta. The wedding was a family affair on her beautiful family farm, thanks for having me along Ashley.Read More