Melbourne is such a magnificent city; around every corner is a photo opportunity. Levi and Lauren were playful and creative, allowing me to capture their spontaneity personalities. It’s important to me that my couples can feel comfortable to be themselves alike a best friend.

The Bramleigh Estate hosted the wedding of Monica and James a luxurious wedding with Hampton style vibes. Our photo session was 5 minutes down the road for the perfect bushland river setting on dusk.

Free-spirited, adventurous, astonishingly beautiful and passionate! Yup this is Kaylah and Dyl. Couples that let me choose the location and time always end up with the best photographs. Disclaimer - be ready for an adventure!

All the way from Hong Kong! Sam and Kay extended their photo session and chose to experience the Bellerine Peninsula. (Yep I doubled up as tour guide and photographer) With the extended time this allowed up to visit multiply locations in rural Victoria, ending the session on sunset on the beach.

Jenna and Richard shared a memorable day with me, it was clear that this was a party celebrating their love and adventures. I was thrilled to receive the news of their wedding being featured up on the popular wedding blog Ivory Tribe. Now not only do I get to enjoy recounting the day but everyone does!

Shelley and Martin had their wedding on one of the most perfect summer days in Melbourne, at the Ripponlea Mansion following up at Quat Quatta. Absolutely picturesque. They shared such a beautiful energy between them; you could tell they were each others forever.

Bali, Canguu, yes please!! Take me on your adventures to be your third wheel! Ever since travelling to New Zealand last year I have been obsessed about photographing on a black sand beach! Caitie and Ducky made my dreams come true!!!

Nat and Ash are absolute sweethearts; the looks of love they constantly exchanged throughout their day was a photographer's dream! Our photography session was nothing short of awesome; their love for each other was so deep and I was happy to have the privilege to witness and capture it.

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