1 week 3 days ago
These are the moments that I love. It was rare to see these two, without one of their children in their arms. Always there, always hugging them, always watching them.
When your kids run up to you while you are getting married, don't ignore them or send them away.
Instead, hug them. Be with them, too.
Scott and Maree, up in Port Douglas.
1 month 2 weeks ago
On October 3rd, 2009, I married Yen.
On October 3rd, 2019, I photographed Frank and Rachael's wedding.
So Frank and Rach sent Yennie a beautiful message and tried to stop by our home to give her some flowers.
But I had left for Port Douglas the very next day. I wasn't able to see them again, but Frank and Rach, thank you for being two very thoughtful souls and doing that for us.
And hey, a photo of me with Frank and Rach - a photo we sent Yennie that night.
1 month 4 weeks ago
About a 10 hour drive, north west of Brisbane, is Springsure, a little town surrounded by hours and hours of dry land.
Thanks to this mountain, it's quite green compared to it's surroundings, which flows with gushing rainfalls during the rainy seasons. I never got to witness this, but whenever you mentioned this mountain to the locals, their eyes would light up with stories to share.
Ali and Ray, under the Springsure mountain.
2 months 1 week ago
Nick and Zoey, at their family home, where they were married.
Damn. This light just suckers me in, again and again.
2 months 3 weeks ago
When you find light, where it shouldn't be.
Ellie and Andrew
3 months 3 weeks ago
Man, I can't get enough of these guys.
Kozzy and Lydia, a Bahai wedding in Rockhampton.
When Khosrow found out I wasn't able to photograph his wedding, he wrote me a letter; A letter of sadness and tears. My heart hurt reading it, while at the same time I felt humbled and honoured, that someone held what I do so closely to them.
But, it was his family that organised me to be there, as a present to Kozzy, in secret. Without him knowing, they organised everything.
As I stood in his home, the day before his wedding, he was working outside and everyone watched us as we casually made eye contact.
He stood there, looked at me, walked over, then he hugged me. He hugged me for a few seconds, until he finally stepped back and said, "I'm so happy you are here".
I didn't know what to do. It was one of the most touching moments in my photography career. My heart, it was warmed.
4 months 1 week ago
It's that light, that we get for 10 minutes a day. That final slither of orange coming over the hills. It's a special bit of nature, that we get only in glimpses, and I do everything to get it.
Lydia, in that very moment, Rockhampton.
4 months 3 weeks ago
Another wedding I've been wanting to share for a while. Zac and Devina's, blogged (link below).
5 months 5 hours ago
Looking through photos of years gone by, I'll find something like this and question myself; Why did I not share?
5 months 2 weeks ago
Close your eyes.
Now tell your partner how you feel about them, without any words.
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