Bride and groom standing while carrying a child.

Wedding: Jen & Pat


As promised on a previous news post, here are a few more photos of what was an amazing day, one that will stay with me for years to come.

There are some weddings that have plenty of emotion, some where you can “feel the love”, others where everyone seems truly happy and excited, some weddings feature beautiful and heartfelt speeches, some weddings parties are great to photograph – well, the wedding of Jen and Pat had all of these and more.

Groom tightly holds the bride with the view of beautiful deep blue sea.

Wedding: Shelly & Justin

This is a love story like no other – truly, madly, deeply – these guys have sparks that could be mistaken for fireworks!

Shelly had warned me there would be tears but nothing would have prepared me for a crying bride, crying groom, Dad’s in tears, as well as a couple of bridesmaids (groomsmen hid it well). This was just the beginning of the ceremony – the vows were still to come!!

Bride holding a bouquet of flowers standing along the shoreline.

Wedding: Sam & Kyle

Here is another of Corey’s weddings that I have been very slack in posting on the blog and one that I dearly wished I could have photographed. Sam & Kyle have been at so many weddings and part of so many bridal parties that I have photographed, I was truly bummed that I was already booked on their wedding day.

Bride and groom at each other arms standing at the shoreline.

News: Thank You


I had to share a beautiful email message I received this morning from the parents of the bride, Chris and Steve, whose daughter I photographed on the weekend. The wedding of Jen and Pat was a truly special day and one that will stay with me for years to come – I’ll add some more photos of this emotion filled happy, happy day, once I have had a chance to sort through all the photos.

The groom driving a van with her bride standing on the street.

Wedding: Antony & Cassie

Award-winning-photographer_159It was back to Northern Beaches for the wedding of Antony and Cassie which always feels like heading home as that’s where I spent my time growing up. This day was special for me, not only because of the location but because there were so many familiar faces both in the bridal party and amongst the guests and families.

Wedding couple standing at the seashore.

Wedding: Nikki & Justin


As far as wedding photography goes, this was the most relaxed shoot I have ever done. The reason? This was a reshoot.  Nikki and Justin were recently married in Fiji where they tell me they experienced the most wonderful day with their closest family and friends under blue skies and an amazing location.

Wedding couples at the sand.

Wedding: Benjamin & Kristie


The wedding of Benjamin and Kristie was one of two wedding ceremonies in the space of a week for these guys – one here in Australia and the next in the UK. You see, Benjamin is from England and with a large family and with a planned honeymoon in Europe, it just made sense to have two weddings rather than have all his family make the long trip out.

Weddig couple at each other's hands smiling.

Wedding: Harvey & Nat

Well, I’m a very lucky girl to be able to feature my own wedding on our Impact blog site. It’s nearly been a month now and when I look back on my day via these photographs I’m truly filled with blissful memories. The photos bring back all the emotion, energy and joy from the day and by simply revisiting my photos I can have a dose of it whenever I choose.

Bride and groom photos at different places.

Wedding: Kate & Chris


Yes, I’ve blogged some images from Chris & Kate’s wedding previously but I just had to share a lovely message they emailed regarding their album that was completed recently;

Hi Jemima,

Chris & I would like to thank you & Andrew for making our experience with Impact Images so wonderful. We loved dealing with you both and we look forward to booking Impact for all of our future photography ventures.