It was cool and dark in the city centre and the light and temperature dropped pretty quickly. I love to walk in new places, to explore my love on a deeper level. Photographing people in environments, taking in the sights and smells. Looking for the little things – a touch, a moment, an expression of the heart. My fascination and love is for the people – for the individual.
There is something incredibly genuine about Jess & Josh, they are honestly some of the most beautiful people I know. I count it such a blessing and honor to have been a part of their wedding day and I know our friendship will extend in the years to come. People like these are the kind of people that you want around for the rest of your life.
This is their wedding day, the day they are officially joined together. A day full of anticipation, love and joy. A day that we spent together – This is how I experienced their day.
A big thanks to my friend and second photographer Miles for helping out on the day, a few of his images are mixed in below.
Most couples generally usually work pretty hard to make sure they’ve got all planned and sorted for their wedding, but Henry & Lauren (along with some helping hands) spent 6 months restoring Henry’s fathers old sheep shearing shed into their dream wedding reception venue, planning decorations, installing chandeliers (yup, cool huh ;) and hand polishing rusty silverware. A huge thanks to my assistant Miles for doing such a great job, A few of his images are below. Henry & Lauren: thank you for allowing me to be a part of your day, it’ll definitely be a day I remember and cherish.