A dynamic candid photograph of the entire wedding party and guests gathering on the front steps of the wedding venue. Documentary style wedding photography Melbourne
Family documentary style photograph of a young boy dressed in a beige suit and rainbow coloured gumboots sits perched on the edge of a dining chair looking up to his mother
A woman dressed in black sits on her bed with her three silvery Italian greyhounds beside her. She looks down to her left, one of the dogs stares directly into the camera.
Documentary wedding photogaph of the bridal party walking across a country field with stormy skies rolling in over head.
Documentary style wedding photograph of a child in a tuxedo. He looks up through the crowd of the bridal party, surrounded by a sea of legs.

Photography for realists

Depicting life with the honesty it deserves

Documentary style photography for events, weddings and social change initiatives

Picture this, a David Attenborough film crew approaches a herd of grazing gazelles. The gazelles immediately become alert and alarmed. The film crew wait. Slowly the herd realises that the film crew are no threat and return to sipping their champagne. The film crew can now capture the real stuff. At no point does the crew ask the gazelles to hold hooves and gaze lovingly into each others eyes. That’s how documentary photography works. No posing, no orchestrated moments, just fine observation.

Same-sex wedding photography, bridal party at Auckland Zoo with lemurs

Wedding Photography

Relax, sip your champagne and leave it to me to capture your day – all the big moments, the little moments and everything in between.

Family documentary photograph of a father with his son and daughter sitting on a couch with a yellow canary in vintage bird cage

Family Photography

I get it … you want photos that capture the real you, the natural, relaxed you. Not some stuffed bunny with a fake smile.

Photographic portrait of Tania Lacy lying on a white chesterfield sofa with her legs in the air. Captured at Women of Letters event, Melbourne.

Event Photography

When you meet someone for the first time, realise you know nothing about them, you see only their race, gender, age.


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