This is my first wedding at the Core Cider House. However I know thePickering Brook quite well. It's my second wedding in this part of Perth Hills within the space of two weeks. I've done a lot of location scouting there recently. Core Cider is one of these small and unique venues that combine the feel and character of the area with awesome views.Read More
If you want a Perth Hills wedding you go to Core Cider House. If you're super lucky you grew up on a farm in Pickering Brook and this is where you're getting married. :) Fran and Isaac exchanged their vows in the middle of the orchard, just by the brook that gave name to the area. Perth Hills are incredibly beautiful even if the weather is bad.Read More
This image jumped at me straight away. I've finished downloading images from my cards wanted to have a quick look at them.Read More
Perth winter is already in full swing. Sunsets are beautiful again and light soft. Days however got shorter. Window of light/time was really small but with some preparation and scouting nothing is impossible :)Read More
Wedding in Whaler's Tunnel in Fremantle? Why, yes :)
I'd like to think some of the images I shot on the day would not look as great as they turned out to be if it wasn't for the rain and wind.Read More
Another Darlington Estate Wedding - Yay :)
I love catching moments showing character of people and feel of the day. Amy and Terry's wedding was full of them. Lots of strong personalities among the family and guests :)Read More
As the name suggests this was mainly Fremantle event. Cecelia and Tarrant like things quirky and different so Fremantle was a perfect choice for a wedding.
Anyone choosing to get married here is cool by default. Anyone hiring an Ice cream truck (or to be more precise Ice Pop's Truck) is a trend setter of coolness. At one point 80% of all the guests have been seen in a semi-bent position with an ice pop in a hand. I wasn't quite convinced, at first, about the whole idea so I ate 3.Read More
I love photographing wedding because it allows me to document something really important. Everyone opens their door for me, I can go anywhere I want, I get to hear the stories.
It's life condensed...
When it comes to telling stories it's the quality that matters. It's all about taking away untill you can't take away anymore.
Jo and Ollie remind me of Yin and Yang a little - British cool and Greek fire mixed in perfect proportion.Read More
The dangers of falling in love with your landlord. Which is what happened to Anthony and Melita. Anthony being the landlord ;)
St. Columba Church in South Perth is one of my favourites. I always look at things from the photographer's perspective so I really like how bright the inside is (well, as far as churches go :)
There's the view as well. It's pretty cool when you can almost see your venue from the Church across the water. There's something a bit surreal about Lamont's Bishops House. Brick among glass and steel - a little of old Australia in the heart of new. There's nothing surreal about the food there. Simply amazing :)Read More
Another Rottnest Island Wedding.
You know this little white Chapel that looks very Spanish? Isn't it a very cool place to get married?
I didn't even know you can get married there :)
The only downside was a fair number of tourists everywhere. I even had to quietly close the chapel's main door in face of a small crow of random people. I doubt however Jay and Lucy even noticed. They were a bit lost in their own world :)Read More
My last wedding of 2015 turns into my first blog post of 2016. Paul and Christie were quite lucky with their day it was balmy twenty something all day. Perth summer properly kicked in a few days later and we all experienced wedding cake melting forty something degrees :)Read More
So it finally happened. Nathan and Grace got married. I've been waiting for this one wedding for a long time :)Read More
So it finally happened. Dan and Courtney got married. Time flies when one is busy and happy. It feels like their engagement session in Kings Park happened only a couple of weeks ago.
There's a big difference between photographing a wedding and telling a Weddingstory. Weddings are all a litlle alike. Weddingstory are different every time.
This is Dan, Courtney and their WeddingstoryRead More
Sometimes the weather is just perfect for a wedding. Amy and Anton had a perfect wedding weather last Saturday. Not too hot, not too cold but just right. Funny how it worked. I gave Amy a call the day before and said it would be perfect if we had some clouds. The next day, behold, we got them :)Read More
Stephanie and Dale got married last Saturday. It was one of these days when the weather was constatnly changing. Perfect at 3 pm and horrible 30 minutes later. Ceremony location had to be changed one hour before the official starting time. OnlyStephanie could make a decision like this and make sure everyone knew where to go and what to do...Read More
As always, the most important thing for me are the photographs. I don't care about the weather, settings, lenses. These are just the tools to create exciting and beautiful images, catch great moments and make people happy.
Sometimes it feels a little like a game. Jumping over fences, climbing tables and trees. Just because I've got a feeling there might be a great photo somewhere over there.
I don't know if I'm lucky or I just attract the right people but this was another really cool and happy wedding. Happy is the right word here - Arna could not stop smiling and laughing during the ceremony but I'm getting ahead of myself here.Read More
Small wedding, big images - this is how I feel about the wedding of Kasia and Adam. They tied the knot at the Perth Registry Office with close friends as their witnesses.
Their families were in front of a computer on the other side of the world, as they could not be present in person. Ceremony was very fun, they could not stop laughing.Read More
Chinese weddings can be very big affairs: there are lots of customs to follow, lots of relatives and family members to consider. Ethan and Rachel wanted to also have an Australian wedding, more relaxed, fun and definitely with the ocean view. I offered a suggestions and they decided to have their ceremony on the deck in front of Kidogo Art House, wedding photos in Fremantle and reception in Kidogo. This was a very good plan :)Read More
Ollie and Jono got married in the British Consulate and it was one of the first same sex marriages not only in Perth but also in WA. The setting was a bit different from your usual wedding venue - there were ID checks, a few cameras, cavalry sabre in the corner and portrait of The Queen on the wall. Atmosphere was different too, it felt like history was being made, everyone knew something special was happening.Read More