Archive | April, 2012

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Canada Photo Convention 2013

When I was 8 years old, I remember entering the local Eistedfod. I played the piano, with around 100 people watching, with my family and my piano teacher amongst the crowd, watching me perform for the first time. From memory, I sat at the piano for around 30 seconds before I started playing. I got […]

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Felicity & Jonathon

Below, I will tell you in images, but in a few words, I want to try (but no doubt fail) to give you some sort of idea of what this wedding was like. The wedding was in one of my favourite areas in Australia for weddings, Pokolbin, in the Hunter Valley. Also, it was probably […]

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The Piano Player

Photography is a conversation. In every day conversations we use pregnant pauses, which is a momentary stillness laden with significance. Rebecca, the bride, had a very busy morning preparing for her wedding, then I pulled her aside just before she was due to leave and asked her if we could set aside a few moments […]

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Anne & Tom’s Palm Beach Wedding

Anne & Tom were married just two weeks ago in Palm Beach, Sydney with Tom flying in from London just 2 days before. A & T hired out some beautiful houses right on Palm Beach for them to stay at, with the ceremony just a short walk down the road. The Reception was just across […]

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a day in the life of…

My first wedding experience 8 years ago was nearly an absolute disaster. I shared that story a few weeks ago. I had both cameras die on me when I arrived at the brides house. That wedding was for Chris & Tahlia, who kick started my career and seemingly told their world about me. It kickstarted, […]

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