Thursday, November 20, 2008


Will, the cutest little fella around, was always going to be fun to photograph. With a smile from ear to ear we had all the shots we needed in no was just getting the nappy back on that he protested about....ahhhh boys!

Rebecca and Brad's Wedding

There was yet another day of sunshine after lots of wonderful rain the day before for Rebecca and Brad's wedding in Murrabit. A gorgeous setting on the banks of the river surrounded by orange groves proved to be the perfect place for a wedding, although someone forgot to tell the flies they were not invited! Although my job was made easier by the 'Next Top Model' like professionalism of Mac and the bursts of brilliance from Brad (although we do suspect he may have been practicing in private!) Thanks so much for allowing me to be a part of your day. xx

Thursday, November 13, 2008

Carly, Jim, Tay and Paige

It was a very hot afternoon when we went out to take these but Tay and Paige handled it all in their stride....Tay even managing to get wrapped up in his favourite footy scarf (wrong team though!!) despite the heat. You have a great family Carly, thanks for asking me to take your photographs. xx

Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Kylie, Michael, Joseph and Ebony

I was wrapped when one of my old Art students asked me to photograph herself and her family. A fun afternoon ensued, catching up with everyone and taking a few snaps along the way! Thanks Kylie. xx

Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Claire and Rhys' Wedding

Claire and Rhys are proof that couples on their wedding day are really being watched over. With no rain around for months, it literally bucketed down for the entire day before their wedding, sending Claire into bouts of panic! All she stipulated with her photographs were that she had some taken in a field of wheat, and with all the rain this was quickly beginning to look doubtful. However, on the day of the wedding a less muddy wheat field was found, boots were donned (which only added to the photographs), the rain held off and the sun beamed through magnificent purple storm clouds. That sky was something that could not be pre-ordered, but is a dream when it happens! So, wheat shots (and many more to the boys sufferance!) were taken and it was only as Shelle and I headed home that the rain began to fall again....a perfect day for a such a wonderful couple. You were all fantastic fun to work with and your families were all such lovely people too. Thank you so much for the chance to shoot on such a perfect day in Deniliquin. xx