Monthly Archives: April 2013

We photographed Carly and Robbie in Bowral recently – on one of the wettest days ever!  It just goes to show, not only are we capable of shooting stunning images in the rain, but also that Gibraltar is a great location to be doing it!  Robbie is a twin, and in the beginning of the day it caused Zea to have a few ‘double-take’ moments.  Carly wore her Grandma’s jewellery and put in a prayer to her in heaven, and as if on cue a double rainbow appeared.  Nice one Grandma;)

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Jenna and Seb live next door to Jenna’s mum, which turns out to be an EXCELLENT idea!  It certainly made photographing the bride and groom pre wedding shots very easy, and they even have matching scary Chihuahuas as watch dogs, although ‘Tiger’ didn’t quite live up to his reputation and I came away bite free!  The Ceremony was at Mt Keira Scout camp – a beautiful secluded rain forest near Wollongong, and then party time at CityBeach Function Centre.

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Rowen and Laura did what many people do these days…had a gorgeous baby first & got married second, but it meant their son Lewis could be a dapper little groomsman!  As you can see the weather was threatening all day, but just at exactly the right moment the sky cleared and allowed us to have a wonderful wedding ceremony in the vineyards at Silos Estate.  Silos Estate is about an hour south of Wollongong near the little township of Berry. Not far away is Seven MIle Beach, where we went to get some extra wedding photos. Thanks for having us as your photographers – we loved your wedding day, and had rather a lot of fun afterwards with the Alpacas at Silos!

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It seems to have rained a lot lately, but I must say I feel very lucky with the weather as this wedding was held in Kiama just a week after a freak tornado hit the sleepy little South Coast town.  On Angela and Lachlan’s wedding day everything fell into place beautifully.  Angela was picked up by a fabulous Clipper Limousine and taken to the wedding ceremony, performed outside the Pilots Cottage Museum in Kiama. We had a great location to go to – The  Historical Aircraft Restoration Society, which is a fabulous Museum at Albion Park Airport, just the place for a couple of pilots to have their wedding photography done between the Ceremony and Reception! (Are you feeling a theme here?!)  I thought Lachlan might ask for the keys so he could take the gorgeous old plane for a spin.  The Reception was held at the Pavilion in Kiama.
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