Monthly Archives: March 2010

Becoming a wedding photographer was never something I had thought of doing, it just happened to me and I’m very glad it did as it’s one of the most meaningful and enjoyable careers I’ve had to date. Just being part of this special day for people I have not met previously is a great honour and hopefully I do them justice and give them a gift worthy of their trust in me. One recent wedding made me realise how special this job is, and how much love/pain/joy/sadness is involved in the simple act of committing to someone. Whether it’s love of family and friends or the sadness due to absent loved ones, it’s all part of the day. Brendan and Judy got married this summer in Blenheim and had a great ceremony at the Hortensia House Gardens, which are just stunning and on such a beautiful summer’s day it was…

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Wow, what a busy few weeks I’ve had here and I almost forgot to post some shots of my images in the newspaper! Thanks to the Wellington Circus Trust for getting the article in there, Tanya (The Magenta Diamond), Rowan and others for modelling and the Dominion Post.

One of the most amazing wedding locations I have had the pleasure to shoot was coupled with two of the loveliest people to make an awesome wedding in the Marlborough Sounds, New Zealand. Nicole and Radford held their wedding at the Furnaux Lodge, which forms part of the Queen Charlotte Track; a 5 day walking track along the sounds just north of Picton in the South Island. Radford had made all the table decorations and designed the venue layout himself, clever lad! Such a beautiful setting down by the water and the weather totally came to the party as it was raining that morning! Traditional German wedding games 🙂 This little guy was totally cracking himself up! I nearly wet myself and he had to be taken outside to settle down 🙂 Speaking of wetting your pants… The band: Street Level. Amazing sunsets are my fetish, I had to drag…

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