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Ed & Caro

Ed & Carro first contacted me with the idea of a surprise wedding! Immediately I was on board haha We caught up during the day for a first look in their apartment & then on to roam around St Kilda to some of their favourite locations, including their regular coffee shop & glasshouse gardens. We then headed back to their engagement party where they settled in with a few drinks before sneaking out the back to change into their wedding gear for the ultimate surprise! My favourite moment was waiting around the corner with them in pure joy as they were being announced & hearing the reactions of their friends & family inside.   It was an epic surprise wedding...

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Casey & Murf

Form the moment I met Casey + Murf I knew they were my kind of people! They were looking to have an epic party for a wedding that everyone could enjoy & that’s exactly what happened. We did their first look in a beautiful Brunswick alleyway followed by pre ceremony drinks at their favourite pub with some close mates. Then on to the ceremony at Lux Foundry which was filled with laughter (and a few tears of joy).We snuck out to catch some nice sunset light & then it was back to the party for some more drinks & dancing 

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Dana & Lliam

Ever thought about having a festival for your wedding? Well, this epic couple did exactly that! With food trucks for dinner, Teepee’s all over the place & festoons lighting up the night. Lliam + Dana are the most adventurous, fun loving couple out there, and their wedding was a reflection of that.  I had the pleasure of shooting alongside Joel, the incredibly talented photographer behind Barefoot&Bearded (http://barefootandbearded.com) & Eve from Filmsbyeve (https://filmsbyeve.com).  I’m truly grateful for this experience & credit Joel for his insane eye on this shoot! Check out some highlights below featuring a boat, a cactus farm, sunset on the hills, smoke bombs & a dance floor that was pumping long into the night.

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