Monday, November 4, 2013

Dianna & Ben OCT 2013 .....COMING SOON!!

I had the absolute pleasure of photographing the Wedding of Dianna Corcoran to her Beau Ben last week and will be posting pictures up here real soon!!! Dianna (Corky, Polly) is such a wonderful person who happens to be a professional Country Music singer in Australia, who mostly resides in Nashville, Tenn. in the USA these days and I am really a big fan and was honoured that she asked me to cover her wedding. I will post pics soon....well, as soon as she does! I CAN however show where they were married at Pokolbin situated in the beautiful Hunter Valley of NSW. I loved the Roberts Restaurant and want to create a house just like it. It was a little reminiscent of a Hobbit house...LOVE IT!!

Benji Marshall and Zoe Balbi's Byron Bay Wedding

I have just seen what I believe is one of the most beautiful wedding videos I have come across. I have seen a lot and forget Benji Marshall's celebrity and football prowess, this video on its own merits is amazing. It has obviously been shot over several days and hides a great deal of work behind the scenes but WOW! They make it look easy.

Have a Look Here!

Monday, February 11, 2013

Rock YOUR Wedding reception!

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Wednesday, January 2, 2013

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Tuesday, January 1, 2013

Timeline photography - Wedding tips #1

After having photographed a large number of weddings, which I love, I have been asked by a few people to share some tips and observations that I have obtained over the years of photographing and have agreed to do so. The first is for choosing the people to be in your Bridal party! With so many people you know and so many people you would wish to include in your special day, a couple of important questions need to be asked by you both before picking the bridesmaids and groomsmen: 1. Does he/ she blend easily and get along well with others? You are going to spend several hours with the people in your bridal party, in a few cases that may add up to 20 hours! and you will want people who are fun, warm and easy to get along with. The day can be demanding enough with photography, video, family, extended family and friends etc. and having people who are supportive of you and fun will make your day flow so much more easily and go a long way to making the day spectacular. 2. Can I imagine my wedding day without them? It may seem like a silly question, but don’t ask someone to be in your wedding just because you need an extra guy/ girl on “your side.” If they aren’t family or already a good friend, because the demands on the day may prove difficult and uncomfortable for all concerned if they are not committed to making you, and your day feel special.

Sunday, April 8, 2012

Wedding Pictures from the last two weeks March - April 2012

Monday, January 9, 2012

Newlyweds Share Their Wedding Regrets (So You Can Learn From Their Mistakes!)

This was a quote in an online forum I thought was interesting.

No wedding is absolutely perfect. When we asked newlyweds and... the less newly wed to share their biggest wedding day woes with us, a few common threads started to emerge. Here's what we learned:

1. Get It On Film
So many brides told us they wished they’d sprung for a videographer, or given their wedding photographer more specific directions. Your wedding will be RIFE with special moments - make sure you capture as many as possible!

"My husband and I really regret not recording the speeches. They were so loving and beautiful, we were moved to tears again and again! It's one of the best memories I have of that day and I wish we had a better record of all the kind things our family and friends had to say. A few gave us their typed notes but most strayed and added in some great anecdotes. Nothing about hair/makeup/venue or cakes mattered to me once I realized there were so many people there who loved us so much!" - Isabella

2. Beauty Accidents Happen
Wind, rain, and acts of God can seriously undo your updo. When you’re contemplating your wedding hairstyle, consider the locale, temp, and time of year. ALSO - the week of/day of your wedding is not an awesome time to try exciting new beauty treatments for the first time.

"My biggest mistake? Thinking my hair would actually cooperate and not require 3.5 hours to do so, effectively ruining photo happy time." - Christen

"My wedding was on the beach. It was gorgeous but there were strong winds so my Kardashian curls turned to a frizzy, curl-less disaster AND my veil flew out. Luckily the ceremony was over when it happened.... But you can see my hair get progressively worse in the pix!" - Jessica

3. Budget Your Time
Three words, ladies. HAIR AND MAKEUP. Too many wedding timelines get derailed when brides don’t budget enough time for wedding prep. Don’t let the primping get the best of your special day!

"I honestly think the one and only thing I would change would be starting hair/make-up for the ladies earlier, so we could have done more bride+bridesmaids photos. That said, I love the few we did get, and that is the *ONLY* thing I would change!" - Sean

4. Don’t Succumb To Peer Pressure
So many brides felt their wedding suffered because they’d been duped into letting friends or friends of friends handle important wedding services. “Friendors” can be fab...but they can also be a big flop.

"I'd have written contracts for services provided. Just because they're your friends doesn't mean you don't need one. I'm still waiting for the dvd of our ceremony 13 mos later with no way of getting my money or the video footage." - Jennifer

So there you have it brides - wedding wisdom from real brides who have been to the altar and back (and lived to tell about it).