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Your wedding can be whatever your want it to be!

I love modern weddings. You know – the ones where the couple do exactly what they want and put on a great party that represents them and their lives.  No stuffiness, no BS. Shortly before emigrating from Melbourne to Germany, Betuel and Toshi hosted their wedding in Melbourne with a marriage ceremony at one of…

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Marina & James’ St Agnes Homestead Wedding

St Agnes Homestead in Kyneton is a boutique style retreat with accommodation, that also hosts a limited number of weddings in the gardens each summer.  Marina & James were married there earlier this year and I was the lucky chap that got to photograph it for them. Nestled in the hills just on the edge…

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Awww, you guys!

It’s been a good week for wedding photography reviews with Marina & James leaving me one earlier in the week on Google and now another very generous one from Nicole & Dean. Simon in a word is Exceptional! If we could give him 10 stars we would. We booked Simon at the very last minute and…

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Redwood Forest, Warburton

One wedding photography location close to the Yarra Valley that has become increasingly popular of late, is the Redwood Forest in Warburton. Planted sometime around 1930, this grid formation plantation of over 200 trees was to be something of an experiment to test how this particular tree would grow in the area. From what I…

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Recommended

I always love receiving reviews from clients, so was chuffed to receive this wedding photography review from Marina & James on Google earlier today:   We are so happy with our decision to have Simon be our wedding photographer. From the very first email and then the first meeting, Simon was absolutely wonderful – he…

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Fiji Wedding?

With nearly all weddings, I meet the couple beforehand as it’s good for both parties to check the other isn’t a lunatic(!), ask a few questions and get some background on the couple, the wedding, their tastes and preferences. It also stops us being strangers on the day of the wedding so lets me get…

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Campbell Point House

Set beyond the secluded and quiet hamlets of the Bellarine Peninsula, Campbell Point House is a luxurious waterfront private estate that’s available for exclusive private hire. Just an hours drive from Melbourne, Campbell Point House is an ideal place for a weekend getaway or to enjoy a special event with your friends and family. It’s…

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Jackalope

The Mornington Peninsula is set to get a brand new luxury hotel this year, and judging by the early PR photos I’m guessing it’s going to be one of the most popular places to stay and be seen. Jackalope is set amongst some of the Peninsula’s longest established vineyards and will comprise 46 luxury guest…

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Care to Dance?

I love this frame of Marina & James enjoying a dance on the lawn before rejoining their guests at the stunning St Agnes Homestead in Kyneton.   More photos of this perfect summer wedding coming soon. Are you planning a wedding in Kyneton or Woodend?  It’s a beautiful part of Victoria and I just love working…

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Goodwill

    Weddings often bring out the best in people. But I’m not talking about the guests consisting of friends and family, who are obviously going to be happy for the couple. It’s the strangers that toot their horn, congratulate the couple in the street or invite them onto their property for photos (the stunning…

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