Wedding photography isn't about awkward, unnatural poses, or cliché photos that everybody takes.

The photos that you're going to remember are the ones that'll remind you how the day felt. All the emotions, and all the little moments that happened alongside the big moments. The best wedding photography comes from documenting how the day unfolds, and when you're just comfortable with being yourselves.

My aim is to take photos that are authentically you. I want you to look back at your photos and see a genuine, real version of yourselves, enjoying your wedding and getting loose - and not two people worried about having to pose for photos all day.

I'm also here to document everything that happens, from the big-deal formalities, to the smaller, candid moments you might miss - so you can relive your wedding in it's entirety.


A wedding day is a full story, not just a handful of highlights. While you've seen snippets of hero shots from some weddings, you haven't fully seen my work until you've browsed through a few of these full wedding day galleries.

Joy & Andy

Shireen & Tim

Vickie & Caleb


City tabernacle / sirromet wines


Kim & Jono

Maddie & Mitch

Hannah & Lewis


DIY backyard wedding

Rainforest gardens

Amanda & Scott

Lien & Giang

Tricia & Ezekiel

spicers hidden vale

vietnamese wedding

Home wedding

Rachel & Joni

Dharsha & Thomas

Alex & Mitch

hindu wedding / hillstone

Victoria Park

Kooroomba lavender farm

A silhouette of a bride and groom walking on a field against a blue and orange sky



Get in touch.

More coffee, more beer.

Send me a message and let me know what you've got in mind for your wedding. I'll send through my pricing guide and we can make a date to meet up over a coffee or a beer, and definitely a bowl of hot chips.

If you've booked an engagement session we'll go and do that first. Otherwise, I'll meet up with you before your wedding to go through the day, or to help you out with your timeline or with location ideas.



Get married!


Optional step, up to you.

Lock it in, Eddie!


A deposit of 20% is needed to lock in your booking and secure the date, then it's all set!


The hardest part, you'll have to wait for me to edit your photos. I usually take four to six weeks, depending on the season. After that, you can enjoy the photos and we can sort out your photo album if you wanted one!

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