Together Blair & myself had the pleasure of capturing Melesha & Mathew’s stunning wedding having booked our “Exclusive” coverage of their day. Blair began the day with the boys on a ‘surprise’ Harbour Bridge bungy! (What a way to pay … Continue reading
Like ALL good ‘grooms-to-be’ Stephen arranged a secret getaway to Waiheke Island for his fiancée Catriona including an engagement portrait shoot and dinner at Mudbrick Vineyard. I’m kind of glad he couldn’t keep the secret thought and spilled the beans … Continue reading
I’m a little lost for words (which is pretty rare!) when it comes to this wedding. “Stunning” just doesn’t do it justice. Anouska & Caleb are such a beautiful couple, both inside and out and did a fabulous job of … Continue reading
On a stunningly hot summers day Haley & Darry tied the knot at the beautiful Ascension Vineyard in Matakana. They flew in from Perth to get married at home and even had a few friends from Perth make the long … Continue reading
I couldn’t resist posting a couple of shots from yesterdays gorgeous wedding! I am in love with her dress. Anouska & Caleb had an amazing day and it was such a joy to be able to capture it all for them. … Continue reading
An air, land and sea invasion? Matakana’s Ascension Wine Estate hosted an international contingent all coming together to celebrate with Perth’s Kat & Beau. This summer’s only rainy day made the crew from Vancouver feel right at home while providing … Continue reading
This is a little slideshow I put together for a presentation I gave recently for the Auckland NZIPP at Cable Bay Vineyard here on Waiheke Island. It’s got a great mix of images from weddings that Lauretta & I have shot of the past couple of years both on Waiheke and at some of tNew Zealand’s best wedding venues.
The music is At Last by Ella Fitzgerald and is used with permission from Song Freedom.
She’s a Kiwi, he’s a Brit. (Don’t they say girls marry someone like their father? Carol’s dad is British too!) They married at Mudbrick on a gorgeous afternoon in the sun here on Waiheke Island. Most of their guests stayed … Continue reading