Monday, July 21, 2008

Christie & Marc - Jul 2008

Christie & Marc chose me to do their pictures and on the first meeting in their home I felt their warmth and sincerity. It was a great day to cover their event for them. They had their son Corey's naming day at the same time as their marriage and it was really a special atmosphere. Corey, was a little unhappy sometimes throughout the day, but no matter what, whenever someone sang Happy Birthday as he turned 1 as well, he would smile and became happy. It was interesting for me throughout the day singing Happy Birthday at a wedding, but hey it worked! Rebecca and I covered this event and I am very pleased how Springfield House seemed to shine on the day. It is a lovely reception venue, wish I owned it! A great couple, a great son, a great event and a great venue! Thanks for choosing me to cover your special day Christie, Marc and Corey! Another 800 images. Whew it's a big job to get through.

Wednesday, July 16, 2008

Jenny & Paul - Oct 2006

Jenny is the daughter of a man I Call Sifu ( chinese for Master). Her dad is a master photographer who took an interest in me some years ago and helped me with correcting my angles and enhancing the knowledge I had already learned. His gentle approach and kindness endeared me to him. Imagine my surprise and honour when he asked me to cover his daughters wedding. I was going through these pictures the other day and thought I would include the wedding on here so I could share them once again. I felt also that the international flavour and variety of weddings that I cover was missing from the sampling you could see on the blog thus far. Jenny & Paul are a fun couple who are really genuine and are very beautiful people. They entrusted their images to me and were really happy with the results. It was a great wedding and the food at the Marigold in China Town was amazing. We went to Glebe for the church pictures and the location shots which was a delightful part of town I don't get to often. Enjoy this photographic rewind. Where have the 2 years gone?