Tag Archives: portrait photographer

autumn {footscray family photography}

Footscray Family Photographer

Well. This shoot was a loooong time coming. Gina bid a lot of biscuits on one of my vouchers at a school trivia night, and she dreamed of an autumn shoot, but the gods played havoc with that dream. Eventually after 78* attempts to have their session, attempts which were thwarted by factors outside of […]

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what do you do with your photos?

Inspiration for quirky photo walls

Hey you! Valued client! Yes you with the USB you bought from me…  I’m curious… what did you do with your photos? Are they on your walls, in frames, on canvas, foam core, metallic prints, coffee table albums, brag books, key rings, and a tshirt for everyone? The only correct answer here is “yes”. Please […]

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archer and xavier {williamstown family photography}

Relaxed and natural family portraits at Williamstown Botanical Gardens

This mini session almost didn’t happen…it had been raining all weekend. We braved it regardless and thank goodness we did, the rain held off whilst we were there and the light was, as is typically the case on a wet overcast day, freaking gorgeous! Meet Archer and Xavier – brothers, friends, and future heartbreakers! This […]

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the best of twenty fourteen {melbourne family photographer}

Melbourne Family Child & Newborn Photographer

These are my most favourite photies of 2014. Some of them tickled my funny bone, a few made me fist pump, many of them made my heart sing… and all of them reminded me of why I love what I do. And I know it’s already February and I’m a bit late for such a […]

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shine like it does {williamstown family portraits}

Williamstown Family Photography

The Shine family won a voucher for a family photo session at their trivia night in Yarraville this year. They only wanted a handful of key shots, and they had dinner plans on the day, so we zipped into the Botanical Gardens in Williamstown for an express session on their way out. Luckily they took […]

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