Kathryn and Leigh came recommended by our very good friends and their wedding was true Sydney wedding. Lovely ceremony at Observatory Hill Park with magnificent views followed by reception at The Waterfront on the Rocks, overlooking most beautiful harbour in the world. Thumbs up for the bridal party as they were so awesome and cooperative on the day. Kat and Leigh, thank you for letting me be part of your lives. Wishing you many years of happiness and love to come!
Michelle and Paul got married at the beautiful Oatlands House, where I’m lucky to work several times each year and every time I discover something new. Michelle is also involved in wedding industry, as she’s a really talented Hairdresser. This was a very well planned wedding and the locations that Michelle and Paul chose were one of the best in Sydney.
For our location shots we went to the famous Camelot House, where channel 7 filmed their hit show “A place to call home” and where Ronan Keating filmed his music video for his album, “Songs For My Mother“. I definitely wished we
Here is a true Sydney City wedding, shot last Saturday. Bride getting ready at Swissotel Sydney CBD. Folowing the ceremony at Hyde Park Barracks and the reception at The Tea Room in beautiful Queen Victoria Building. Thanks to my lovely wife and her fast editing, we were able to show it so quickly on our blog and Facebook.
What an awesome place is Cockatoo Island. Listed as world-heritage and in the middle of beautiful Sydney Harbour. I joined forces with my friend Raj, from DreamReel Video and together we made this pre-wedding more special for Michelle and Paul. Looking forward to their wedding at Oatlands House next month.
This couples’ love story is one for the storybooks. They’ve put so much heart into planing their wedding and brought everyone together in a picturesque farm setting away from the city to enjoy an awesome day. Country weddings are beautiful. Days start with a breath of fresh air and everybody is in a good mood. There is no traffic and things are simpler. Tocal Homestead is one of those places. The warm, rustic appeal of the barns almost bathes in the clouds and when the sun sets, you get to enjoy beautiful warm lights against the dark blue sky. It is a magical way to spend a wedding day.
I’ll let the pictures tell the story now. Mr and Mrs Woo, we wish
Here is another awesome wedding, which I had the pleasure to photograph and at the same time work with one of the Sydney’s very talented wedding planners, Mrs Emma Pace from Emma Pace Events. This amazing lady made this wedding flawless and here is what she had to say about this couple:
“I had the honour of helping Katrina and Daniel make their wedding day dreams a reality. Kat and Danny met over 10 years ago and in the last year that I have been working with them, I can truly attest to the love they have for each other.
On the 28th Day of June, Katrina and Daniel were married in both the Maronite Catholic and Greek Orthodox Churches. Bringing their two religions together on this day and into their marriage is something that is very important to both of them. The reception that followed at Doltone House, Jones Bay Wharf was a
Photographing for Lauren and Lucas was a total joy. Oatlands House is one of those place where I really wouldn’t mind working every weekend if I had to. But I am so glad it was this particular weekend, and this particular couple. Thank you so much Lauren and Lucas for having me share your wonderful day with you!
Jessica and Zac got married in beautiful Miramare Gardens. Remember them from their engagement session HERE. It was supposed to be an outside ceremony, but it had to be moved inside due to the unpredictable weather. Anyway, it didn’t rain, but you can’t really risk it. We were able to use gardens for our location photos and apart from the cold wind, we had amazing time together. I am really happy how everything worked out.