It was a bit of rush to get a few of these images up for Nicole and Beanie as they were all sorted to come into the studio today but unfortunately Nicole had to reschedule until next week. I know how anxious she has been to see these images so here is a sneak peek.
If you’ve been held up by the ongoing roadworks at Green Point in the past 12 months, you will probably recognise the photos below. At each stage of construction I have been commissioned by Seymour Whyte to document the progress of the job and some of the faces of the construction site.Details
Last week I had a call from Kate who desperately needed some photos for a competition that were due the following day! I have photographed Kate a couple of times in the past for different jobs that required up to date head shots. But these photos were for something different – the Mrs Australia Pageant.Details
Another commercial shoot to blog from a busy week of shooting – this time, Modern Tiles at Erina. After deciding to reduce their Yellow Pages advertising and increase their internet presence they needed a selection of new images of their Erina showroom to add to their new website.
I’ve been a little slack with my blogging lately but it’s not for lack of content – just the opposite… I’ve been flat out shooting all types of jobs.
This particular shoot of the property at St Huberts Island for Cathy at Gittoes Real Estate was something a little different for me.Details
Over the years I have been lucky enough to be involved with Sam Woods and the growth of her business Vibrant Concepts as far as most of her photography goes. Sam is always great to work with as she is very organised, has an idea or concept for every shoot and a purpose for each image we create.Details
Often the first question we are asked when receiving enquiries about wedding photography is “How much do you charge?” The reason may be that people just don’t know what else to ask as it’s not every day that you go looking for a photographer, let alone a wedding photographer.Details
I completely clicked with Liz when I first met her and loved that her and Cameron wanted to do things a little differently on their wedding day. Liz was going to have three “Brides-men” on her day and we were going to be doing the location shoot first! With these winter months I couldn’t have agreed more.