Monthly Archives: June 2013

Lisa, Craig, Scarlett and Bronte!  What can I say about this family…I LOVE them!!  Lisa is one of our shooters, and there was no way we were going to get any posing happening for this portrait shoot!  Lisa and Craig had wedding photos shot at Sandon Point, so I decided it would be nice to revisit the location for the portrait as well.

I’m loving the results with these little jumping beans –  you can really get a feel for the dynamics of the family!  Enjoy, Zea

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As winter is upon us I thought I would pop in a lovely wedding Lisa shot last winter.  We don’t get to blog every wedding due to time constraints, so it’s great to finally get a chance to show off Ruth and Dan!  The wedding was held at the gorgeous St Michael’s church in Mittagong, and their Reception was at  Centennial Vineyards.  I really love the way Centennial Vineyards does the long tables in banquet style. It’s a great winter venue, with a big open fire both indoors and outside:)
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Katie Ellen & Sam met at youth group camp a few years ago and after living so far apart they decided to get married.  Katie moved down to Wagga to live with Sam after their Wedding.  This couple was so sweet and lovely to photograph and the light we had on the day for location shots was amazing. They had a beautiful intimate ceremony at the Good Shepard Lutheran church in Eshol Park, with lots of singing!  We went to Macarthur Park for location photos and had a great time playing under the jacaranda tree!  Their reception venue was held at the rustic Camden Valley Inn.   Enjoy.  Zea

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When we were asked if we wanted to donate something for a fundraising night for Chloe Saxby, we thought the best thing to donate would be a portrait shoot to Chloe’s family.  Chloe was diagnosed with Vanishing White Matter Disease in September – a rare brain disorder that has robbed her of her motor skills and slurred her speech.

In January last year she was running, jumping and dancing like any other active child, but it is expected she will be in a wheelchair within six months. There is no cure and without treatment, Chloe’s life expectancy is between five and 10 years.

We were the winners here in meeting this beautiful strong family.  Our hearts go out to them xxx

 

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