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Bondi Graffiti Wall and The Rocks Engagement Photography // Constance + Daniel

Bondi graffiti wall engagement photography Art and the sea have played a big part in many of our adventures! From our days at the beach and chasing waterfalls, to making our own Picasso inspired portraits of each other and exploring art exhibitions celebrating the new and old. It made sense for us to have an…

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Wedding Photography at Orso, Mosman | Anne-Maree and Darren

Wedding photography and Cinematography at Orso, Mosman   Darren and Anne-Maree met 10 years ago when Anne-Maree was interviewing for a new job at the Commonwealth Bank. The interview went well as Anne-Maree got the job! Darren & Anne-Maree weren’t really sure what would happen in the future, but they knew there was something there…

Headlands Hotel Austinmer Beach Wedding Photography | Sarah // David (Chili)

David and Sarah’s worlds collided 9 years ago at Uni games in Canberra. After their first kiss in the middle of the street in the pouring rain, they both knew instantly it was something special. Since then, they have continued to laugh, play, travel, and party together and all whilst falling more madly in love…

Clarence House Wedding Photos | Katie // Kyrillos

They saw each other first time at a youth meeting, where Kyrillos saw Katie going through the box of Cadbury Favourites, picking only white chocolates. He then realised, that is the first thing they have in common. At that moment It was love at first sight for these two. Later, they discovered a mutual love…

Hannah and Samuel’s Wedding at Royal Motor Yacht Club, Broken Bay

Hannah and Sam met 4 years ago on the Gold Coast. They hit it off instantly and four months later moved to an island together. Followed by Japan where they worked together on yachts. Sam proposed 2 years into in New Zealand. Wedding Venue: Royal Motor Yacht Club, Broken Bay

Windy wedding ceremony on Little Bay Beach in Sydney’s eastern suburbs

When we say windy, it wasn’t just any wind. This was 60 km/h winds causing havoc on the streets, ocean to throw waves meters high and people to barely stand on their feet. However, that didn’t stop our pregnant bride Rebecca to walk into Chad’s arms and endure two hours photo shoot. Photography and Video…

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