For as long as I can remember, I've been a sucker for a good yarn. After leaving high school, I studied journalism and once finished, became a writer and contributor to a number of Australian magazines.
It was during this period that learned to sit back, keep my eyes peeled and identify a great story.
I quickly developed a love for photojournalism and how you could tell a story through the use of images.
When I began shooting weddings and families, I took that same approach and felt like I could connect with my subjects and create pictures that truly represented who they were.
That's all really - I love stories.
"We honestly can't stop looking our photos!"
— Scott & Jessica
A documentary approach to photography essentially means that your pictures are less staged and are more organic and candid frames from throughout your day. My job is to tell your story as true to life as possible, so you'll look back in 10 years and remember the laughs, the tears, the babies, the bumps and, sometimes, the inebriated family members. Your shoot won't be ruled by a schedule of elaborate posing and lighting, just simple and natural interactions between you, your family or your guests.
It all starts with an email or a call. Get in touch below.