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WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY | BABY PHOTOGRAPHY | FAMILY PHOTOGRAPHY | KINDY & PRESCHOOL PHOTOGRAPHY

With close to 20 years experience as a professional photographer there isn’t much I haven’t photographed.  Getting to photograph someones wedding day is an honor, and I can honestly say there isn’t a wedding in all my years I haven’t enjoyed (and there has been LOTS of weddings!!) being a part of and creating precious memories for a couple.

Family photography is just as rewarding.  I’ve photographed many families over the years – have seen the kids grow and change.  One year I can be jumping in muddy puddles and blowing raspberries to engage with the kids and then what seems like a blink of an eye I’m asking them what they want to do when they finish school.  There is no end of great places in Adelaide to have a family portrait session, we are really spoilt for choice.

Photographing a newborn baby is a great way to spend a morning.  Lots of snuggles and cuddles, and beautiful photos too of course.  More often than not, buy the end of a baby photography session the parents are wanting to take me home with them just to settle their new bundle.  Over the years I’ve learn’t lots of ways to calm a baby into a deep sleep – no two babies are ever the same so it’s always fun trying to work out what works for each baby.

Kids, kids, kids – I love photographing them and preschool photo days are always loads of fun.  It’s an early start to the day and its “action stations” from the minute you begin photographing the children.  I can see why people work in this industry (aside from all the challenges).  Kids never cease to amaze me with what they know, what they say and what will send them into hysterical laughter in an instant.  Over the years I’ve photographed a huge amount of kids and I love going back each year and catching up with them on photo day.  I miss the kids who have moved onto school  that I’ve got to know over the years – but I guess they all grow up, don’t they.