Valencia, a phenomenal city with a tremendous architectural heritage and culture. Fantastic to just get lost and shoot opportunities as they are stimulated to life amidst the spectacular scenery and peopleRead More
Renee and Cam exchanging their vows in with thier nearest and dearest at the Wellington waterfront. Ceremony and reception was spectacular at eht Foxglove with Bridal photos at the waterfront and New Zealand Parliament buildings - “the Beehive”Read More
It is always a privileged to do the Wedding photography for any couple and it was a memorable day spent with Amanda, Sean, family and friends in their very special outdoor garden as they exchanged vows. This Garden Wedding had special significance for the couple.Read More
It was and absolute privileged be able to do the Wedding photography on this absolutely beautiful wedding day at Fountain Gardens in Tauranga with Mel, Jamie, Friends and Family. The venue is absolutely superb and provides for a myriad of opportunities for any photographer.Read More
Wonderful afternoon spent with Sarah and Farhaad to capture some images for their engagement announcement - Congratulations guys!!Read More
Valencia, ancient city steeped in tradition - Nika and Dejan celebrating their love in the Plaza De-la-Reina - The Plaza of the Queen.Read More
Spent the day at Silver Stream Retreat with Gael and Gregory creating their perfect Wedding Photography memories of their big day, capturing them making their vows in the presence of friends and family. The Silver Stream Railway presents a unique opportunity for Bridal photography.
Beautiful day spent with Tim and Gabby exchaning their wedding vows in the presence of their friends and loved ones at Tarureka estate. Tarureka is one of the premerier Wedding destinations for “Barn” style rustic weddings for those who seek certain kind of character to their venueRead More
Absolutely beautiful Wellington day spent with Kris and Lilibeth at St Gerard's exchanging their vows with their nearest and dearest. The newly wed couple then celebrated their wedding in Amora Hotel in Wellington.
The church has a significant history in that it is the first in the world to be named after Saint Gerard, and was built in 1908 for the Redemptorists. The stained-glass windows in the church were all donated by Wellington families when it was built, with the family names referenced at the base of the windows. *The monastery was built in 1932, funded by public donations, intended as a home for the Redemptorists.Read More
Wellington Botanical gardens has a diverse and beautiful selection of areas to do photography in.Read More