This is so cool. Nothing directly related to photography really, but just as we seem as a civilisation to use technology to tear each other apart quite a bit, there are so many wonderful things about it that help to bring the world together. My dad sent me this link and it's so lovely. One of my all-time favorite movies and one of the greatest soundtracks of all time relived by all walks of life. http://vimeo.com/moogaloop.swf?clip_id=2539741 Cheers, Luke...

Another great wedding I thoroughly enjoyed. Kate’s dress was funky and had a lovely vintage feel. She looked brilliant. The wedding kicked off at St Peter’s College Chapel, in St Peter’s funnily enough. The gods were kind to us again and we timed our location photography very well. The girls were a little chilly but then the sun popped below the clouds and it was all worth it. I was chuffed. The reception took place at Hugh’s family home, it had a really warm, cosy feel about it and the vibe was welcoming and downright pleasant. Another corker day that reminded me why I dig what I do....

I have the pleasure of photographing quite a few weddings at Glen Ewin Estate each year, but until Rachel and Lachie's wedding I'd not photographed one in the relatively new Gatehouse venue within the grounds. It's great ! Really enjoyed the contrast from the Pulpshed which is the original building on the grounds. We had a great day and got really lucky with the weather. To follow are some of my favourites from their day..

  Very cool wedding.Make-up was verrrrry behind schedule. I got a phone call from Sarah at 11.50 on my way to see Michelle at 12,...'we are running a little behind'. So I ended up sending my assistants in my car to the church at 1 (ceremony was meant to start at 1.30) and I waited behind to grab what shots I could of Michelle frantically getting ready - she made it to the house and her hanging dress at about 12.45. I think she dealt with it really well and she had a good nervous chuckle about it. I was lucky enough to get a ride in the bridal car with her and her dad too, which was a privilege. All worked out well in the end and we were only about 20 minutes late...pretty standard really :-) Ceremony was super cool. Andrew, had written a song and proceeded to tap away on the piano and sing it to the congregation (well probably more to Michelle I think) and there was a heap of other great tunes belted out by the band during  the rest of the ceremony too. It was a little windy and wild although for a July day it rated pretty well I thought. All were brave and we enjoyed a bit of a roam around town, scaled a fancy new building in the city centre for a different perspective. I hope you like. Comments most welcome. Oh yeh, if you click on an image it'll open bigger and you can flick through them that way..

It's a crazy thing how paths cross over time. I met Bev while working up in Falls Creek as a pimply faced 20 year old. My memories are somewhat vague of this time of my life...a few too many beverages and bumps on the head I think....But I did remember meeting Bev ! Both Bev and Matt have a great energy about them and we had a lot of fun capturing their wedding. A few of their friends were people I still keep in touch with so it was an added bonus to be able to share a beer at the reception with them all. The wedding ceremony was held at Sacred Heart Chapel, a stunning church surrounded by lovely manicured grounds and then the reception kicked on at the Somerton Surf Lifesaving Club on the beach-front of Somerton - can't go wrong really. A great sunset and a great bunch of people.
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