Justin & Melissa | Tathra Beach Wedding Photographer

The very last wedding of the season, before Spring rolls around, was seaside in Tathra for the lovely Justin and Melissa! I adore these two, and we connected instantly at their engagement session in Tumut last year and I knew this day was going to be so much fun. They’re the kind of couple who […]

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Erin & Kyle | Gilmore Wedding

This was such a beautiful wedding! In the lead up to their big day, the weather had predicted a tonne of rain, and it was meant to pour down allll day. Erin and Kyle had hustled their family and friends and came up with plan B’s and C’s just in case, BUT the whole day […]

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Megan & Curtis | Tumut Autumn Wedding

I say it alllll, the time. But I’m so excited to show you this wedding, introducing… Megan and Curtis! These two are some of the most loved up, kind, gentle and genuine people you’ll ever meet. When I asked Megan to describe their wedding day (I interviewed them below) she said it was “travel themed” […]

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Charlotte & Russell | Wagga Wedding

Whoh, what a day this one was! If you’ve been around the block with me here for a while, you’ll recognise these two! I’ve photographed them multiple times before, so they’re used to being in front of the camera! After photographing their proposal just over 12 months ago at Nimbo Fork Lodge, the countdown was […]

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Amanda & Ben | Tumut Wedding

My first wedding back for 2022, and it was SO good (despite it raining 99% of the day!!). Like most couples, Amanda and Ben had rescheduled their wedding from last year because of Covid, and even though it rained most of the day, the vibe was amazing and they were just soo keen to get […]

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Kat & Robert | Intimate Tumut Wedding

You know what, the longer I’m in the wedding industry, and the more couples I photograph, the more I realise I lean towards people who are there for the “marriage”, not just the “wedding”. There’s a BIG difference between the two, and Kat and Robert were 100% there for each other and their commitment to […]

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James + Theresa | Nimbo Fork Lodge Wedding

I don’t even know where to begin with these guys!? Well, I actually I’ll start when I first met them after I photographed their proposal (yup, pre-covid life, way back) and I instantly fell in love with Theresa’s bubbly personality and beautiful smile, and James’ sense of humour and kindness! So when they asked me […]

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Sam + Emma | Thredbo Wedding

I can’t believe this was two weeks ago already?! Sam and Emma were married in Thredbo, a beautiful alpine resort located 3 hours south of Tumut, on the other side of the Kosciuszko National Park. This place is usually known for winter, but oh boy is it beautiful in summer too! When I first met […]

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Sam + Jono | Gilmore Valley Wedding

So excited to finally blog the first wedding of the 2021 season, and what a beautiful start to the year it was! Sam and Jono were married a few weeks ago, on the 6th of March, on family property in the Gilmore Valley. They certainly lucked out with the end of summer weather, choosing to […]

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Jess + Dean | Gilmore Hall Wedding | Tumut Photographer

Ya’ll, this was my ONLY wedding this year (thanks Covid, you muppet) but oh man, was it was an amazing day! I didn’t realise how much I had missed being around people in such a happy, positive and loving environment?! Jess and Dean postponed their original date from March when everything first hit (only two […]

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