A Big Castle in Sweden was not somewhere I had imagined my wedding photography career would take me. But there I was, sitting in a bar with two gorgeous blonde swede's, laughing and enjoying their company, with their closest friends, just days before their dream wedding. I first met Lynn and Martin in May last year, while shooting in the Maldives, at Gili Lankanfushi. I photographed them as a newly engaged couple, we had a lot of laughs and we kept in touch. Fast forward 14 months and I was hopping...

Wedding days are generally full of ceremony, tradition , love and chaos. But the Laos wedding of Mone and Dave in Savannakhet really did take the cake. The Bride Mone is from Savannakhet. Savannakhet is the second largest city in Laos after Vientiane, set on the banks of the Mekong River with Thailand on the opposite side. Hopping off the rickety little plane, greeted by more cows than people, Savannakhet is still very much like a big old village, mixed in with a splash of modern commerce and progress and hints of...

Chelsea and Phil's Wentworth Wedding in NSW was nothing short of a hoot. Myself, Dave and German intern Julie took the 5 hour drive up on Friday and settled in, caught up with Chelsea and Phil and looked a little deeper into what a wedding in Wentworth might look like. We were welcomed with open arms by Chelsea, Phil and their friends, and really did have a superb time meeting everyone and documenting their antics. Like all great Riverland Weddings there was plenty of great food, cold drinks and lovely...

Rad Kombi Vans, plenty of laughs, and Megan - one of the happiest most excitable  brides I've been around for a while. She's a fantastic photographer here in Adelaide too which always adds a little extra pressure...

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