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Michaela & Andrew – Brisbane Wedding Photography

Michaela & Andrew might have just had a few screws loose when they were planning their wedding. Don’t get me wrong, their wedding was stellar, a union of two wonderful families, surrounded by all those they hold dear in life. Stunning locations – I love shooting in the All Hallows Chapel – and Mirra Events in the Valley is also top notch. No it was actually their decision to move to London indefinitely for their honeymoon which had me questioning their sanity. Planning a wedding, whilst working full time is a reasonable little undertaking. But planning it to coincide with a dual international life and career shift is taking things to another level. A level that Michaela & Andrew absolutely dominated. As mentioned, their wedding was superb – and by all accounts their trekking around Europe before settling into life & fresh careers in London has been just as good. All the best for a long and happy life together guys – I’m sure it’ll be a huge success.

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Bridget & Adam – Fig Tree Byron Bay Wedding

Bridget and Adam’s stunning Byron Bay Wedding. The first of two amazing Byron Weddings I shot on consecutive days in May. Perfect weather, amazing people, epic scenery. There wasn’t too much left for me to do except document some happy times in peoples lives. These guys opted for an earlier than normal ceremony – 11am – and a lunchtime reception with their friends and families. We snuck in some photos either side and all the formalities were taken care of by the time the sun hit the horizon so they could party the night away with their nearest and dearest. They chose the Fig Tree Restaurant in Ewingsdale for their ceremony, before heading to the Byron Beach Cafe to carry on the party.

Thanks for having me along guys!

For those of you interested in finding out a few more details about their day, Bridget & Adam’s wedding was featured on Karen Willis Holmes Blog.

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  1. Matt Smith
    Love the way you see and use light mate. Your exposures are awesome. Really liking the balance of modern and contemporary in your shoots dude. It work, its always consistent, and your couple are no doubt super happy. Keep it up, your raising the bar.

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