I love working with adventurous couples like Kyra & Kev. We had to rearrange our pre-wedding photo shoot several times because of torrential rain during the summer.Read More
Life doesn't unfold in a series of ordered, rational entirely understandable events. Neither does a wedding.
My own photography is therefore not storytelling, but trying to convey mood and a range of emotions, and the sheer strangeness and craziness of any given wedding.Read More
You're on the brink of a big decision.
In one direction the path is a little more certain. It's safe. Comfortable. Boring.
In the other direction the future is unknown. It could be dangerous. It will be exciting. It will test you and you're not sure if you're up to the challenge.Read More
Have you ever heard a classically trained singer belt out a rock or pop song well?
Me neither.Read More
Their camera was stolen as they were unloading the car after the wedding. All of the photographs they had taken were lost, probably forever.Read More
A few days after the hustle and bustle of the wedding day, I start editing the photographs, thinking that I have nothing. All my efforts are for naught, and I'll have to apologise to the couple, sell my gear and get an office job.
Then I come across a photograph like Tanya and Craig's first dance and I think 'Yes, that will do.'Read More
'I'm not going to micro-manage your pose,' I said.
Because I don't generally pose couples on their wedding day. I put them in an interesting location, in good light and let them be themselves.Read More