1. Felicity & Scott // Centennial Park wedding


    There are certain things that you just know are going to impact and influence your life right from the outset, and I knew that the instant I saw Scott and Felicity at our initial meeting. We met at Fifi Foveaux’s in Surry Hills in April of last year, and I knew exactly which couple they were before I even walked into the door. They looked the picture of togetherness, like they had been together for their entire lives and were two parts of a whole. I remember walking out of that meeting with the song “Such Great Heights” echoing in my head and feeling like the lyrics made me think of Scott and Felicity

    If you that don’t know the song, the lyrics begin with the words. “I am thinking it’s a sign that the freckles in our eyes are mirror images and when we kiss they’re perfectly aligned, And I have to speculate that God himself did make us into corresponding shapes like puzzle pieces from the clay.” They made me think about what love really was and made me very thankful that I am a photographer.

    And so it was. We made plans for their engagement session, which you can see here and then it was time for them to get married.

    I don’t know quite what I expected on the day, but Felicity and Scott’s wedding far surpassed anything I could have imagined. Felicity worked by herself on all the details and hand made almost everything so that it reflected the couple that she and Scott are, two peas in a pod.

    Felicity and Scott’s wedding is featured today on Polka Dot Bride, you can see more piccies and read more about it here.

    I leave you with Felicity and Scott’s first dance song and a wedding that has indelibly left it’s mark on me.

  2. Jen & Hamish // Centennial Park wedding


    I’m going to apologise in advance for the length of this post. I started picking photos from the lovely Jen & Hamish’s wedding and just couldn’t stop. I know this is going to sound cliche, but there was seriously a lot of love in this little corner of the world for their wedding. Even in spite of some hiccups with orders, Jen was the calmest bride and Hamish was the calmest groom I have ever seen.

    I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, they are the sweetest couple and thank you both for letting me be a part of your day.

    Sydney Wedding Photography: Bride preparation at the Hughenden in WoollahraSydney Wedding Photography - Groom preparation at their house in WoollahraSydney Wedding Photography - Groom and Groomsmen playing pool at The Paddington InnCentennial Park Wedding Photography - Groom and Groomsmen PortraitCentennial Park Wedding Photography - The Bride's Arrival at The CeremonyCentennial Parklands Wedding Photography - Jennifer and Hamish's Wedding CeremonySydney Wedding Photography - Jennifer and Hamish's PortraitsCentennial Park Wedding Reception - Jennifer and Hamish -The SpeechesCentennial Park Wedding Reception - The Dances