I always wanted to be a wedding photographer and a while ago I took the leap and turned my dream into a reality. Before photography I studied Marketing and Entrepreneurship at Uni, then went on to become a Digital Marketing and Data Solutions Coordinator (a mouthful, I know). I’ve always loved photography and I’ve been perfecting the art for as long as I can remember. But something crazy happened to me while I spent a year backpacking in South East Asia and Latin America – I got caught up in the magic of travel and photography. It helped that those places were like a photographer’s playground – each day brought new landscapes, new cultures and new people to photograph.
But somewhere between climbing into a volcano with gas masks in Indonesia and jumping out of a plane with a non-english speaking daredevil in Chile, I was inspired to take risks. Since then I have returned to Tasmania and worked tirelessly to turn my passion of photography into a career. I’ve learnt from the best, working alongside Chelsea Parsons Photographer and Agape Media House. There’s nothing quite like working in a job that you love. From the moment I click the shutter right through to editing the final pixel in an image, I love what I do.
Portraiture and wedding photography open up a creative avenue in which I can continuously push the boundaries of. The ability to capture the love between two people at a wedding in a single photo is both a duty that I take seriously, and a privilege that I appreciate. I have a natural, un-posed style of photography and I like to go unnoticed to make people feel as comfortable as possible on their wedding day.
I love Hobart and Tasmania, it never ceases to present the most picturesque locations and landscapes, it is truly one of the worlds best venues for producing beautiful photos.
Having a wedding in the stunning surrounds of Tasmania that can range from colonial buildings to breath-taking landscapes gives me, as a photographer, an opportunity to produce some of the most extraordinary images. I pride myself on capturing the people and the feel of your wedding.
My job is to capture the story of your wedding day and capture those memories to keep for decades to come. I also use the camera to realise the emotions of those moments. I still get excited when I go through the catalogue of images from your wedding day and I can see what people where thinking at that moment. Rather than making you feel uncomfortable by telling you to put this arm here, and that leg there, I like to keep my distance and snap all of those beautiful candid moments between you and your loved ones. I offer a range of wedding photography packages at affordable rates, If you are a Hobart local I can sit down a discuss your photography requirements.