When we arrived at the vineyard it was perfect wedding weather; blue skies and in the mid twenties. Our first visit was to Steph and her bridesmaids who were getting ready. Wedding mornings are so much fun, there is an amazing energy and lots of laughter. Steph’s bridesmaids have an awesome sense of humour. One of the main challenges … Continued



Port Willunga was the perfect location for Steph and Nathan’s engagement shoot. This couple both love adventuring, hiking and other outdoor activities, so we chatted about a photography location that would perfectly suit them. Its so important for engagement sessions to be meaningful and location is a big part of that. We setup a little tour map around the area, … Continued



If you love frangipani, pops of yellow and beautiful blossoms you will adore this beach themed wedding! I arrived at the Old Clarendon Inn just a little before the ceremony, to guests chatting in the sunshine and a group of kids taking turns to run up and down the red carpet. The bridal party was full … Continued



Wow!!! There is really no other way to start this blog post – this was such a beautiful, bright, colourful and fun wedding. Ben & Juanita are so much fun to photograph, no matter what the circumstances their happy and relaxed personalities shine through 😄  We had a pretty big weather challenge on their engagement shoot, … Continued



When you think about engagement photography sessions in winter, you typically think of a little rain, some pretty umbrellas and if you’re lucky, a little sunshine. For Ben and Juanita’s engagement session we had all the wild weather in one day. (Cue song stuck in my head for the remainder of the day; ‘Four Seasons In One Day‘, thanks Crowded … Continued



You’ve booked your couple/engagement photo session, we’ve discussed ideas, you’ve picked a gorgeous location, and you’re super excited, but… now you and your partner are staring at your wardrobe and wondering what to wear! You’re not alone. Hanging out with your “inner fashionista” can be a tough task, particularly for many of us who are time-strapped. To help make this task hassle … Continued



Knowing how to make the most out of sunlight in your outdoor photographs can be daunting, particularly at midday when the bright sunshine threatens your subject with hard shadows and squinty eyes! I decided to go on a little sunlight odyssey with my lovely model, Amy, from midday to sunset to show you some great tips … Continued



Landscape photography is one of my favourite things to do when visiting the Australian outback. I am a particular fan of black and white landscapes because to create strong photographs you really need to pay special attention to the textures, light & dark tones and composition. Although I do love those immense outback colours, and I will devote some more exploration time … Continued



Each photographer’s lens kit can be as individual as they are. I thought I would share with you my favourite wedding photography lenses and a bit about their strengths and weaknesses, along with ways that I might evolve my lens kit in the future. I shoot with a Nikon, for the simple reason that my first 35mm camera was a Nikon, … Continued