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Brad & Chantelle’s Wedding

We were lucky to get some nice lovely weather for the Wedding of Chantelle and Brad, which was held in Kings Park, Western Australia’s iconic urban park and ranked one of the largest urban parks in the world. Brad and the Gents prepared themselves for the day at Quest just below Kings park, while Chantelle and the Ladies prepared themselves for the day in Brad and Chantelle’s home. After a beautiful midday ceremony at the Marlee Pavillion in Kings park, the Bridal and families got together at Chantelle’s parents home for some traditional Italian food and some photo’s with absent family members. The Bridal photo location started at Yellagonga National park/Cockman House, which was followed by a series at The Blue Boatshed following some fun wedding day portraits opposite the Old brewery. The reception was a lavish affair held at Fraser’s Restaurant in Kings Park.
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Wedding day with your skateboard

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For Adam and Deb having a Wedding day meant including a skateboard…or 2 or 3 or 4 or more. Actually, all of the groomsmen were skaters too and brought their boards along. And The bride even brought her skateboard out for a bit of a carve._12a4464_1













































First dip at Santa Monica Pier

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Several months ago I received a facebook message from a long time family friend, who I had not seen for many years. On this particular day, I had taken the kids to swimming lessons and being hot weather, had put the togs on and had a dip myself. Normally when I’m on a day off and am spending time with the family, I try to avoid facebook and messages on my business page too. I once heard that a bow that is strung too tight will eventually lose its tension. Hence, the reasoning for me to put work down totally when I am having a day off.

On this particular occasion, I was intrigued as to this out of the blue message from this lady, who lives right across the other side of the world and who I have barely seen in years. When I opened the message, the first phrase I read was “I don’t know if you can do this or not”. This usually isn’t a good sign for a photographer and business owner. Usually, it means can you do me a favour, something like swap the heads on these two photos for me in photoshop or some other unusual and unpaid request.

As I scrolled quickly over the remainder of the message, I became quite pleased with what I was reading. The request was to travel to the USA to photograph a Wedding. I asked myself can this be real? During the past 15 years as a practising professional photographer, I have travelled to some amazing places because of work. I have accepted commissions in New Zealand and Bali, ran Safari’s and tours in Africa and India and dozens of times I have photographed weddings interstate in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane and beyond. One of those still to add to my bucket list is to photograph a wedding in the USA. In fact, travelling in the USA has been a dream for many years. Growing up watching NBA basketball and falling in love with the Rocky mountains and the rugged and diverse landscapes had always been on my mind.

Could this opportunity eventuate to fulfilling all these dreams? Wow, I was in a daze trying just to comprehend all of this. My mind raced into overdrive. Ok, so I might get the chance to go there as part of my work, but could it be possible for my family to come? and what would we need to do to make it happen? And of course, how can we do this with such little time ahead? All these questions flooded into mind at once. I thought to myself if there is a way to do this I will make it happen.

Fast forward 4 months later. Today I sat on the beach at Santa Monica watching the waves crash into the pylons. My children happily splashed away with some kids they had met who were on vacation from St George Utah. They had enormous smiles on their faces. The moment was priceless. The entire day to that point, we had spent exploring the Santa Monica Pier. What a fabulous attraction, with so much to do. As I reflected on this moment, I recalled the facebook message I had received all those months ago, and I thought about the hard work and sacrifice we made so that we all could enjoy this dream together.

In a few weeks time, another dream will be fulfilled. A young lady will marry her sweetheart in Oakland California, and I will photograph their amazing day. Many times I have envisioned what pictures I will take and how I will become involved in the most magical experience of their lives. I love having the opportunity to do this for people. It gives me the self-rewarding feeling that I am contributing back to the world with a gift that I have been blessed with.









James & Sumi’s swan valley portraits

Swan Valley portraits for a couple planning their wedding

We met with James and Sumi for some swan valley portraits as they were in the process of preparing for their upcoming Swan Valley Wedding. This lovely couple joined us for an afternoon at Bells Rapids in the Swan Valley.

The spring weather is finally here, get your camera out

With the spring weather finally hitting, we found that we were not the only ones there this particular day. The beautiful native bushland was swamped with people, hiking through the bush and some even paddling down the river and through the rapids.

With the spring weather finally hitting, we found that we were not the only ones there this particular day. The beautiful native bushland was swamped with people, hiking through the bush and some even paddling down the river and through the rapids.

Bells rapids is a wonderful spot for portraits in the Swan Valley

Taking photographs at Bells rapids is one of my favourite things to do. Whether it be a Pre-wedding portrait like this or perhaps some personal landscapes, I love it just the same.


Being natural with couple at a pre-wedding photo shoot

When I am blessed with a lovely couple to join me there and enjoy the views together , I tend to become really motivated to make creative images. I love how couples can be really natural with each other and they always seem really happy when we are surrounded by natural settings.

Pre wedding couple getting some Swan Valley portraits

James and Sumi enjoying a spring day in the swan valley

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