I have been photographing weddings since 2011 and love that every one is different and unique! I like to get lots of variety in my shots with a focus on details, emotion and people. The photos below are linked to the gallery’s of my most recent weddings. To view a full wedding gallery please click on the corresponding photo.
Kelly & Todd where married at their home In Kerikeri. They went all out to create a beautiful rustic theme to compliment their relaxed family orientated wedding day.
Petria & Justin were married at the stunning Taupo Bay which has been their family getaway for many years. Their wedding was all about bare feet, beer and love!
Una & Tim are another gorgeous Taupo Bay couple who got married on the beach in front of their batch with their getting ready and reception photos at the stunning Taupo Bay Lodge. It was majestic!
Eddy & Lisa’s wedding was held in Auckland and was a showcase of all things bright and bold with a touch of Lisa’s Scottish ancestry.
Nicky & Garry were married at their weekend Tiny house on the out skirts of Kerikeri. They held their intimate reception at Wharepuke which was divine as always!
OMG Driftwood is a stunning and unique homestead wedding location. Its a gorgeous Villa with panoramic views of Te Puna Inlet. Dwayne and Tahnee enjoyed a beautiful day with an amazing vibe and stunning coastal views. Tahnee got ready at Reef Cottage at Tapuaetahi Beach which is part of the accommodation packages Driftwood offers and their reception was held at Kingston house in Kerikeri.
The Ramada Resort in Taipa has it all, a glorious beach, indoor and outdoor options, onsite accommodation, fantastic staff and all set in an amazing location.
Chris and Isobel were married at their family farm on the outskirts of Kerikeri. Isobel was the DIY Queen and the final result, set up in a Marquee was beautiful.
Jemma & Jo were married at a local beach near their family farm at the stunningly beautiful Kai Iwi Lakes in the Kauri Coast. As you can see it was very dry at the farm but the colours and setting were spectacular!
I love home weddings, when you’re lucky enough to have a backdrop like this why not make the most of it! Andrea and damon’s wedding was another DIY sensation. Two years in the making and with touches of Damon’s woodwork it really was a Boho heaven.
Elieen and Alf were married on their neighbors property in what eventuated into one of the biggest storms of the season. Lucky for them the rain held off until the reception. With the help of handy guests their marquee was held down with a combination of tie-downs and rope! Kiwi ingenuity at its best!