Wedding images more than reflect the day the couple had, they reflect a time in their life, and sometimes, their history too.
Katharine and Murray have just started a new chapter of their lives, together. Two individuals choosing to share the memories they have, then create new memories, together. I don’t think marriage is about two becoming one. It is about each appreciating the other and supporting them as they grow and change through life.
Katherine and Murray’s wedding reminded me of this, so I decided to try and capture a little of their individual lives in their wedding images. The two of them, in the places that were important to them once as individuals.
Katherine studied medicine at the University of Queensland. Her parents are also both doctors, so what better backdrop than the majestic building of the UQ Medical School at night time? I love the shot below. We also took some fantastic shots at the Northey Street Community Farm, where Murray spends a lot of time helping grow fantastic organic vegies. (Check out the markets on a weekend – walking distance from our house & we LOVE it).
Their ceremony was at St Clement’s Church, Stafford and reception at Customs House. How nice did the venue look again? It doesn’t matter how many weddings I photograph there, Customs always looks stunning and always different.
Wedding guests are welcome to click on the link to view Katharine & Murray’s sneak peak slideshow.
Wedding guests are welcome to view all images on the online gallery.
(Slideshow and Gallery are password protected. Please contact Katharine & Murray for access.)