The Melbourne Shhhh Speakeasy Wedding….

Gabby and George asked me to come along to take photos at their Melbourne CBD wedding…..yep, these two lovebirds wanted a small intimate affair and I promised (pinky promised) that I wouldn’t say a thing…. I’m pleased to say that the double G’s have now given me the go ahead to post away 🙂

This wedding was cool – epitome of Melbourne – quirky, casual, warm with laneway appeal including a 1920’s speakeasy cocktail bar and a food celebration at Claypots Evening Star…gorgeous. It was a lovely evening that matched this lovely bubbly couple to a tee xx

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Sometimes Photos Just Jump Out at You…

One thing that I have learned during this photography lark is that there are sometimes photos that just summarise the moment or jump out at you. It’s these photos that really make me enjoy photography, capturing that moment and freezing it in time… Here’s one that made me smile 🙂

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Darcie

I was asked by Ele and Vinny if I would take their baby daughter Darcie’s christening photos.  I’ve always been a little nervous when it comes to taking photos of babies – mainly because you’ve no idea if they will howl and scream or giggle and gurgle into the camera.  Darcie, being the cutie she is, was an absolute gem – such a gorgeous wee girl to shoot and very photogenic.  These are some of the highlights…

Hunting Street Art in Fitzroy

It’s the holidays and I’m using it as a good excuse to get out and get snapping.  On my own little adventure I hightailed it up to Brunswick St, Fitzroy with the aim of hunting down the vast array of street art on show.  Fitzroy is one of those areas that you turn down a laneway or a corner and BANG another SMACK of COLOUR hits you between the EYES.  Vibrant, young and funky are 3 words that pretty much sum Brunswick St up.  Here are the shots from my graffiti adventure…

Pulling out the Portrait Shots

I’ve been thinking I need to get out there and take some more street photography – I love the movement of people against city backdrops.  One of my favourite shoots was up in Brunswick at the beginning of the year.  I’ve been going through the raw files and there are still quite a few gems hidden away to keep my portrait/street photography cravings at bay until I find a new model (drop me a line if you are interested)… in the meantime here are some more of those shots from the ‘Brunswick Boho Summer Shoot’.

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