Mel and Richard had a kick-ass wedding day, just them, their tribe of amazing kids and their parents hanging out and getting them all married up in the mountains.Read More
Earlier this year this vivacious pair below (also known as Zoe and Matt) got in touch with their idea of a jaunt into the mountains to get married. Obviously, I thought that sounded like a blimin’ great way to spend a day and so plans begun. And man did it […]Read More
A made-for-each-other couple, the most EPIC landscapes, rain, roaring rivers, mosquito bites.
This was the intimate beginning of a lifelong adventure together.
This was Ross and Ally’s Arthur’s Pass elopement.
Katy and Josh A truly gorgeous and utterly-in-love couple…who worked as a tightknit team with their friends and family, through covid and a year of uncertainty, to create a beautiful and memorable wedding day! The bond is real and it was so, so fun to photograph. Scroll through for the […]Read More
Denmark based Annabel and Rasmus held their glorious Summer wedding in Akaroa. Annabel is a kiwi, Rasmus is a Dane and together they held a most excellent cultural mash-up wedding with all the best traditions from each side of the world. I learnt a lot about Danish weddings and came […]Read More
Hannah and Dan got hitched on a slightly damp, January day at Trents Vineyard, (it only takes me a nation-wide lock-down to get onto my blogging guys!) with their sweet little bubba Arthur in tow. Loved spending this day with this adorable family… we didn’t let the rain dampen […]Read More
The 2018-2019 end of the wedding season is all wrapped up! So here’s a love letter to all my WONDERFUL married-up couples…in the form of a good old fashioned blog. I’m so very, very grateful to all these couples of choosing me to capture them. It’s always a massive honor […]Read More
Preeeeeeesenting… Aleisha and Will’s fun-filled, sibling-supported, colourful, joyful and effortlessly chic wedding day (held at the wonderful Larcomb Vineyard). It was something really special to witness this gorgeous couple starting their marriage journey. And what a great (and smiley) bunch of people they had around them to celebrate with. Enjoy […]Read More
I find it quite ironic that I’m writing a blog post with the word “style” in its title while I sit at my desk in a dressing gown with the world’s worst Mum Bun, that’s been in since 3pm yesterday. The joys of working from home eh?? Luckily I’m not […]Read More
I really do love a wedding with a rural vibe. Getting out into the countryside to shoot is like getting back to my roots (so cliché but true) having grown up on a farm myself. So I was a MAJOR fan of this day which was a real tribute to all […]Read More