We met Jon and Sophie many many years ago when they commissioned us to take their wedding photographs. We loved their wedding, we loved them and we loved being able to hand deliver their wedding photos to them in Sydney! (They got married in Brisbane and then returned home to Sydney- it was luck we just happened to be holidaying in Sydney the week after their wedding)
It was great to catch up again recently and capture some lovely family portraits of their growing family. They are still crazy in love- which is so evident in their photos. They were gorgeous at their wedding- and even more so now. I love that they still wanted amazing photos of them as a couple this time round, along with photos with their babies. Itâ€™s so awesome to photograph love in every faze of life!
Thanks for introducing us to your little guys- it was so great to see you both again!
Little ladies are always so fun to photograph. Sweet twirling dresses and delightful giggles! I met with Annette and her lovely little family in the Brisbane Botanical gardens to take their family portraits. Too cute!
Miranda and I are a few weeks apart in age. As little girls, we used to dream together of one day touring Africa together and going on Safariâ€¦ which has yet to happen?! She is my cousin, and I love her to pieces (even though we never get to spend time together and it has been years since we have had the chance to just â€śhang outâ€ť).
Miranda has been wanting to have family photos taken for quite some time now, and finally made the time to book in a photoshoot. These little guys are train obsessed, so Miranda asked if we knew of any train yards we could photograph her family near. After phoning around a couple of photographer friends (thanks Na;) we were able to find this gorgeous spot to photograph their family.
Our little guy and I tagged along with Adam to the shoot (hey if Adam gets to hang out with my cousin Iâ€™m not going to miss out!)
Love you Randi, and glad you loved the photos, we loved gate crashing your photo shoot!
Sweet little Harry was a trooper on the day of his photo shoot. Despite not feeling too well, he was still happy to explore, play and enjoy the afternoon outside
Over the last couple of months, life has been a little busy! A couple of weeks back we decided to turn off our computers and playâ€¦ all. day. Wooo!
We decided to get our nerd on after seeing The Laneâ€™s â€śLâ€™Amantâ€ť (the sweeping pans are to die for and we are now coveting a helicam!) and went and bought a remote controlled helicopter so we can get our flying moves down. (Wheee so fun!)â€¦ Once the Chopper had crashed and burned, Adam took some photos of me and our lad I love them!
I love this amazing country we live in, with itâ€™s beautiful sunshiny winters and open space, and more than that, I love my family- My husband that provides for us by doing what he loves, and our gorgeous little guy who is the smiliest kid out, who melts our hearts and makes us laugh every time he says â€śEreâ€™ you go!â€ť So cute!
Adam is off to New Zealand again to photograph a wedding later in the year, then Melbourne, fingers crossed for Tazzy, an engagement shoot in Sydney, and lotâ€™s of beautiful Queensland and northern New South Wales weddings, from Byron, to Murwillumbah, to Tamborine, and of course our gorgeous Brisbane We canâ€™t wait! x
(PS I promise to catch up on a bit of blogging over the next couple of days too!)