Kaila & Danny. Lennox Head Engagement Session

From the moment I arrived at the hilltop homestead at the back of Lennox Head, I knew I was in for a fun afternoon. This was Kaila & Danny’s engagement session and their property certainly had no shortage of picturesque spots to shoot in. The guys were so easy-going that it really didn’t feel like work… it was more like having a casual stroll with friends around an amazing piece of land. Some people are just more open to certain things than others and when I asked the guys if they minded laying in the grass, Kaila replied “The cow dung is dry… it’ll dust off easy”. From this point on I knew I was working with a couple that were willing to go the extra mile for the sake of a great image. I can’t wait for the wedding in September

If you are wondering what Danny is pointing at in one of the images below, they were spotting shapes in the clouds, almost oblivious to the fact that we were in the middle of a shoot. For me, it was like being a fly on the wall and witnessing what I imagine would be a slice of life when the cameras aren’t around. As a photographer, it was a really lovely moment.

Tracey & Steven. Roma St Gardens


One great thing about moving to a new studio is… well, we have a new studio, yay! The downside is that moving necessarily entails chaos and, with all good intentions we are running a little behind with the actual work side of things.

But, finally we have unpacked our last box and Rich has all the computers up and running again and so, we are really excited to bring you the first part of Tracey and Steven’s delicious Brisbane Wedding. This is our first ever two part blog, there was just so much we wanted to share with this wedding.

Tracey and Steven are awesome. We know it, everyone at the wedding knew it and we sincerely wish them both the most amazing future together. Here’s Part One – our apologies for the delay.

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