A parking garage rooftop, a sunset and two new lovers filled with butterflies and snuggles is everything you need to create epicness. Natasha and Lee have been a couple for less than a year, but already have such a beautiful connection. I just love it when my clients are in love and want to show the whole world!
Of all the weddings I've had the pleasure of capturing, Antonina and Damien's was undoubtedly one for the books. Just a couple of hours before their flight took off to Moscow, they got married under the departures sign in the middle of Melbourne Airport, surrounded by their closest friends and family - and the occasional curious tourist.
Antonina and Damien were on their way to Russia for a proper, big wedding - but coming from two different continents, they decided they might as well get married in Australia as well. And what a lovely little ceremony it was! There's just something special with small, intimate ceremonies, where nothing really matters except the couple and their love. I was probably the first one there to tear up - but the bride and groom wasn't too far behind me :-)
There's something extra nice about in-home sessions. When you take away the breathtaking scenery, the couple truly get to shine. There's an intimacy with it that I love to capture. And these two - oh my gosh, were they a joy to shoot! We drank champagne on the floor, played with their beautiful little fur-ball of a dog, and ended our two and a half hour session with a trip to the local park. I left on a high - days like this makes me so grateful for my job. Now I simply cannot wait for their November wedding!