This past year has seen some weddings of mine being published around the internet on rather well known bridal blogs, which is pretty cool to see my work being featured around the world like they have been 🙂 It allows me to gain better recognition in markets I wouldn’t normally have had the ability to market myself in, and with three interstate weddings coming up, and 1 international – possibly 2 – I feel as though I’m really reaching my goal of becoming a wedding photographer that is easy to work with and captures stunning images all around the world 😀 A couple of the featured weddings are below

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Libby and Simon’s Chateau Tanunda Wedding

Libby and Simon’s wedding at the Chateau Tanunda in the Barossa Valley has been featured a couple of times on various blogs, including Brides and Weddings, Tacari Weddings, and EveryBride. All these blogs blogs are set up to display the design choices of their featured brides. In the case of Brides and Weddings – they are mostly USA based so they marketed the wedding as a destination in Australia – which it was as Libby and Simon travelled back from Texas for it.

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Amanda and Daniel’s Pepper Tree Cafe Wedding

Amanda and Daniel’s wedding at the Pepper Tree cafe was featured recently on the Tacari Weddings blog as a recent featured wedding from Australia. Again Tacari Weddings is a blog mainly focused on the USA, but has a wider focus with wedding features from all around the world.


Lucy & Callum’s Golden Grove Church Wedding

Lucy and Callum’s wedding was featured by EveryBride – a bridal blog focused on providing inspiration from ‘every bride’, with a focus on publishing photos from weddings from all around the world with the aim of providing inspiration to newly engaged couples. In fact, as of writing this post, 4 of my wedding shave been featured on Every bride, including Katie and Jakob’s Sacred Heart wedding, Libby and Simon’s wedding (above), and Kelli and Ben’s wedding at Ekhidna Winery.

Jane and David’s Tiwi Islands Engagement shoot.

Perhaps the most popular in regards to enquiries from interesting bridal blogs around the internet is Jane and David’s engagement shoot I did for them on the remote Tiwi islands, north of Darwin. It’s just such a unique engagement shoot that many blogs want to feature it. That said however, the blogs of DIY Bride and BeachBride are really dragging their feet when it comes to actually publishing it on their sites, but I’m sure they will be up soon 🙂

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