Gold Coast Wedding Photographer

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When I was little there was one thing that would make me happier than anything else. I’d get so excited when Mum would tell us we were driving down the coast. As far as family outings or trips away go, there was nothing better in my mind. I loved everything about it; the sun, the surf, the positive energy, the happiness and yep, even the smell of coconut suntan lotion. I also loved how the smell of salt seemed to follow us wherever we went.

As a kid I saw the Gold Coast, Fingal Head and Byron Bay as ultimate escapes. If you had asked me, “where do you wanna go today?” I would’ve always responded by saying, “the beach!”

These days I still have the same feelings – especially when I walk down to the sand. That water has an amazing affect on people. Thankfully for me, a wedding photographer, it seems to have a direct affect on romance as well. When a couple are on the beach I see it bring them even closer together. I’ve seen it so often. It’s the main reason I love to put on my Byron Bay and Gold Coast Wedding Photographer hat. I feel so much excitement when I get invited to photograph a wedding anywhere near the ocean.

┬áThere’s a different vibe on the Coast. I can’t put my finger on it, but weddings near the ocean are nothing like those in the city. Perhaps my perception governs my reality in that regard and perhaps others don’t sense the same difference, but for me anywhere from the Gold Coast down to Byron Bay offers completely different options for photographing a wedding, and I love it!

I’m inspired by the Beach. It’s impossible for me not to get caught up in the moment there. Every time I get to spend a day being a Byron Bay or Gold Coast Wedding Photographer I feel blessed!


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October 26, 2018
I love these photos...they are so timeless and romantic!