The Kearey Family. Eureka Family Portrait Session

We all know how busy life can be. It seems that these days, everyone has a million and one things to think about and do. It’s often really difficult to take time out and think about our journey through life – most of us are too busy keeping up with it to spend much time reflecting. I’m always secretly thrilled when I get to be a part of a family milestone or celebration. Last Friday was the Kearey’s 10th Wedding Anniversary and they decided to celebrate and mark the moment with a Family Portrait Session. Ten years has brought the Kearey family, among many other things, three amazing children.

One of the things I love most about a shoot like this, is imagining  the Kearey’s sitting back, looking over their wall prints, smiling and feeling awfully proud of the three beautiful children they have raised over the past ten years. The children alone are testament that it has been a wonderful decade.

I really hope you enjoy your images guys and I look forward to shooting your 20th anniversary!

Vicky & Chris. A Eureka Wedding

Every now and then, Rich and I manage to wrangle a few short hours out of our seriously crazy schedule to do a bit of a drive around the country lanes that crisscross all over Northern NSW. If you are ever searching for a seriously quaint, country Church to exchange your vows in, then this area has it all. I don’t know, perhaps it is just me, but I love a country wedding. I think I’m still in that honeymoon phase of moving to the country because I’m just loving the rolling hills, the country folk and the quaint timber Churches.

A little while back, Rich and I stumbled on The Eureka Uniting Church. Set back on a quiet country road, moments away from some of the most breath-taking scenery around… was it any wonder that we were truly excited to be invited to photograph Vicky and Chris’ wedding there? And, they didn’t disappoint. Vicky and Chris’ wedding just oozed Eureka country charm.

Vows were exchanged before an intimate gathering of friends and family, followed by afternoon tea in the Church hall and completed by a charming wedding reception at the historic Eltham Hotel. We know that some of the guests traveled a very long way to attend the wedding and I’m sure it was well worth the trip. When I asked Richard to describe the day, he summed it up in one word – laughter. Lots of it. Vicky and Chris celebrated their union with immense amounts of laughter – sounds perfect doesn’t it?

Vicky and Chris, we wish you all the very, very best for your amazing life together. Thanks for letting us be part of your day.


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