First Things First.

Let me address

the elephant in the room.

As I write this opening paragraph here, in mid-July 2020, coronavirus ‘lockdown’ restrictions & rules are back in place in Melbourne. Things were looking really positive until this latest hurdle and guest numbers were starting to increase at weddings.

In reality, though, it’s not until those guest numbers are lifted to 80 or 100 people, that I’ll genuinely feel ‘back in business’ and that I can start doing what I love doing, in some capacity again. Couples opting to elope during this time or have ‘micro’ weddings are certainly out there, but they’re few and far between.

If you’ve found your way to this page, you’re possibly interested in pursuing and moving along further with your wedding plans. And for that, I thank you. The whole wedding industry thanks you, immensely.  Like many industries in Australia facing this time of uncertainty, small businesses have been struck hard.  All of our weddings from March 2020, for many months onwards, have now been cancelled or postponed, which means a complete loss of income for us, from weddings that would have been happening right now.  Therefore, our whole industry is currently very dependant on the optimism & tenacity of new couples booking and planning weddings.

I remain optimistic about the future, and things are looking positive at this stage. I can’t bloody wait to see how pumped up, and emotional people are going to be at weddings, once we get through this. And I can’t wait to experience a whole brand new kind of joy with everyone.




My real favourite work is telling the entire story of a wedding day from start to finish, which you can click on a few below just here to see.

I encourage you to check out a few of these, as I feel that they capture the real essence of my style and how I work on a wedding day. If these stories resonate with you, and having your wedding photographed this way is something you can envision, I’d love to hear from you.

Lastly – it’s also important to note that all of the photos on my website are from real couples, at real weddings.  None of them are models. And none of the images on my site are from pretend ‘styled shoots’ – where everything, including the weather, is planned to perfection. These are all couples like you, who were probably just as nervous about having their photo taken as you might be. It’s my job to make the portrait session one of the best parts of a wedding day – not one of the worst.