On a beautiful day in Palm Beach there was a wedding. And Kristen and James looked fabulous as the bride and groom. A lot of couples say they want a relaxed wedding. But these guys really achieved that, in style. It was just so relaxed and sooo much fun. Kirsten and James just laughed their way through the day in each others arms.
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So what do you get when two chefs get married?. An awesome day and incredible food. Ash and Chad are both Chefs at the Crown Plaza in Terrigal, where they met. Chad is Mr cool, calm and collected and Ash is The Energiser Bunny. Add a few nerves and Ash was on fire. And she gave the fastest speech ever at a wedding.
This very cool couple chose to have their ceremony at Sea Farm in Copacobana. It’s the first time grant and I have ever shot there and it’s stunning. Then we went down to the beach for some photos before back up to the Farm for the reception.
Grant and I had an absolute blast (and got some awesome pictures). Thanks for having us guys. Enjoy your photos.
Joy, joy, joy. That’s what this wedding was all about. It was a joy to work with Pier and Jason and the day was just full of joy, laughter and happiness. Pier is from the Central Coast but now lives in Northern Ireland with Jason. But she made it back for the wedding and Jason brought a few dozen of his closest family and friends as well.
The ceremony was at the beautiful Mount Penang Gardens and we took some photos there before heading off to Wamberal Lagoon. Grant and I really loved how Jason and Pier organised a brilliant reception straight after the ceremony for an hour so everyone could chat and relax. It was a really great idea and executed brilliantly.
So, thanks Pier and Jason. Next time you’re over, drop by for a coffee.
It seems like an age since I’ve posted anything and you might think we’d passed on or something or had been really quiet. In fact the opposite has been true. Grant and I have been super busy and unfortunately something had to give and that something was the blog and facebook pages. I’ve got thousands of images that we’re going through. But it’s worth the extra time to make sure we get them just right.
I’ve also been playing and testing new gear and new techniques to 1. make sure we’re at the top of our game and 2. to keep the passion we have for shooting burning bright. We’re going to be able to do some awesome and very cool stuff with new cameras, big and small, new lighting ideas and new techniques to get awesome images in really difficult situations.
So I’m going back to get those images out. But here’s one I took while Grant and I were on our way to Wollongong last Friday to shoot Tony and Coreen’s wet but awesome wedding.
Back soon with heaps of new images.