The current media tells me Australia is sitting at 73% in favour for marriage equality. I honestly can not wait for the day when same sex partnerships can be recognised legally in this country. It was a privilege to meet Harriet and Aleisha back in March for a secret ceremony at the British Consulate. I had a few tears during the service, listening to the beautiful words the vice consul read, along with witnessing 2 souls so happy to exchange their wedding rings to symbolise their bonds to each other! I love what I do and being able to provide special memories to others, through my eyes & style is part of my purpose. – Quote from Aleisha, ‘Hopefully one day we’ll look back and laugh at the days when same sex marriage wasn’t legally recognised in Australia!’
Saturday 6th June 2015
Montsalvat – Eltham
Saturday 7th February 2015
Cave Hill Creek – Near Beaufort
Being a country girl myself I adore getting a wedding gig in a small country town – Kate grew up in Thorpdale, small town in the Gippsland area with less then 500 people. Cody is American and had his lovely folks and mates come over for the celebrations. The ceremony was at Kate’s parents beautiful backyard with the party continuing at the local town hall.
Such a precious time, these intimate pregnancy and newborn sessions are arrange in your home & outdoor location – using soft natural light.
When asked to capture a unique wedding at the awesome organic vegetable farm where I get my weekly nutrients from was some what very exciting to me – Along with knowing Al & Dave for over 10 years, watching their family grow – it was a real honour to document their day and get creative images through the veggie patches and chook pens! Dave was very excited to get amongst all the ‘chicks’. Continue Reading…