Category Archives: Recent work

Macey | Sneak Peek | In-Home Photography | First Birthday Party

I was editing Macey’s first birthday photography session when I clicked through to this shot. There’s nothing traditional about the photo, Macey isn’t looking at the camera, she’s not on a studio chair or carefully framed up. She’s just mid peek-a-boo in her family lounge, and she’s noticed something interesting out the window. Her big…

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Williams Family Photos | In-Home | Wellington

These cute sisters are double trouble in all the right ways! It’s hard enough getting one kid down to a studio to sit against a white background and smile for the strange adult pointing a camera at them. And with two kids? Well, some do it. But I honestly don’t know how. However, the promise…

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Nicola and Marty | Rainy Day Wedding | Wellington

The morning of Nicola and Marty’s wedding day felt like something out of a film. Little kids running through the grass, a cute wee dog following along by the groom, friends arranging seats and playing guitar. Then, out of the blue, the heavens opened and rain began to pour down. The same friends rallied. Chairs…

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Rachel and Dave | Married | Natural Family Photography

Rachel and Dave had such a beautiful wedding, and they had the coolest detail in their wedding ceremony. Those watering cans you see were filled with water from each of the family farms’ respective rivers, and that water was then used to water a new tree that would one day grow on the couple’s’ own…

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  • Paul BenjaminNovember 10, 2017 - 3:56 pm

    Such a naturally pretty wedding, that looks both relaxed and supremely elegant!Congratulations to everyone involved.

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