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Alison & Paul

With the plan to keep proceedings low key and fun (ie. let’s not let the photographer drag us around the city for hours and skip straight to the party) we didn’t have a great amount of time for photos following Alison & Paul’s winter wedding ceremony in Port Melbourne. With a ticking clock and just…

Left of centre

By their own admission, Carly and Sam were never going to be the traditional bride and groom. And I’m unlikely to ever be the traditional wedding photographer. So we clicked. It’s not often you get to hear about kebabs and colour blindness in a couple’s vows! Photos (including their rainbow wedding cake!) from their day…

Feedback

I always love to hear what couples have to say about their wedding photography experiences with me, so was pleased to see Grant & Kana’s review of their Portsea Hotel wedding pop up on Google yesterday: Both my wife and I can’t recommend Simon highly enough. He is a lovely guy and an exceptionally talented…

Sally & Paul

It was my pleasure to photograph Sally & Paul’s wedding late last year at Melbourne Grammar, which was then followed up by a relaxed (and delicious!) reception at Comme in the city. They left me a review over on TrueLocal today, but to save you the walk I’m posting it here: We had the pleasure…

Do you recommend your Melbourne wedding photographer?

I’m not sure why, but most of my wedding photography reviews get posted on a Monday. Is it the first day back to work after the weekend that inspires people to do something else? Maybe they’re still daydreaming about their wedding and want to do something nice and write some public thank-you’s? Whatever it is…

Recent feedback for Melbourne Photographer Wedding Snapper

Laura & David’s beautiful wedding at RipponLea was a joy to photograph, and I guess that joy came through in the photographs.  Check out their recent feedback : “Brilliant! We wanted a candid, journalistic type of wedding photography – natural photos of people dancing, smiling, laughing etc, rather than stiff portrait shots. Simon met this…

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