Below are some of the couples I’ve been fortunate enough to work with. If you’d like to see a larger collection of photos, you can view a large gallery by clicking here.


Chrissy and kaine 15/9/18

Chrissy from Adelaide and Kaine from Bendigo were once long distance lovers, with Kaine and his best man Zach often making round trips so Chrissy and Kaine could be together. Chrissy and Kaine celebrated their wedding ceremony at Glanville Estate in Semaphore, surrounded by family and friends.

The weather was extremely unpredictable, with beautiful golden hour glows while travelling to our bridal shoot location and then torrential rain upon getting out of the car. But we prevailed and were rewarded with stunning results.


JEd and charlotte 19/8/18

Jed and Charlotte were married at The Adelaide Australia Temple with their family and friends before we travelled to Angaston for a beautiful DIY reception at the Town Hall. We couldn’t help but stop at a canola field and risk being late on the way.

We were treated to great weather despite rain threatening to force it’s way into the agenda all day. We spent the sunset hanging out in a park across the road from the venue and got some amazing natural results as pictured.


Chris and sriyani 21/7/18

Chris and Sriyani are two of my old workmates, so naturally I was more than happy and excited to capture their special day. They opted for a surprise engagement/ wedding at the Stirling Hotel (Much to their family’s delight). A few weeks before the wedding we headed up to Mt Lofty summit to get some shots with the city in the background. The rain had other ideas, but we worked with it and the result was a very cool wintery shoot that I was very happy with.



Jack and Cooper were married at Carrick Hill in a wonderful natural ceremony, it wasn’t hard to find nice spots for photos at such an amazing venue. I was extremely fortunate to shoot Cooper and Jack’s maternity shoot a month later too!


Emma and brad 29/4/18

Emma and Brad chose SA Company Kitchen in Angaston as the location for their beautiful outdoor ceremony with green details to match. We captured some incredible shots in the town’s park which features a walking trail. It was so colourful for April and the weather was very kind to us!


jess and anton 31/3/18

Jess and Anton celebrated their day in style by being the first couple to be married at the newly established Mylkapa Wines in Birdwood. They shared their love filled day with their daughter Eleanor who was always up for a photo. We couldn’t resist hanging out in the colourful grape vines.


Jack and laura 23/3/18

These two had my idea of a good weekend. Their guests pulled up houseboats to a private reserve in Younghusband as Jack and Laura celebrated their marriage in a small ceremony surrounded by family and friends. We used the rolling hills covering the reserve for some amazing shots. Jack and Laura setup a DIY reception with fairy lights and a relaxed picnic setting as they enjoyed their weekend in paradise.


sarina and jeremy 17/3/18

Sarina and Jeremy had the unfortunate case of their photographer cancelling on them, so with a week from their big day I got to know them and scouted Milang for locations we could use during their fully DIY backyard wedding. Something went right because we were fortunate enough to be featured in the Sunday Mail, the Milang Community Newspaper and on Real Weddings.

You can read about what went down here


michelle and riley 24/2/18

These two lovebirds chose their remote community town of Pompoota for their wedding day. Pompoota Homestead featured an incredible wetland setting with a rustic setting. Riley and Michelle chose their ceremony location next to the river and made our job very easy with the love they have for each other.