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08 May 2013

Wedding Inspiration – Shoes

SHOES!!!   Ladies, what more is there to say?    Feast your eyes on some of the truly luscious footwear that our Brides chose to wear in 2012.  Just makes me want to dress up and go out.   Of course I’d need a new pair of shoes…….

10 Sep 2012

Tuscany Wedding – Fiona & Richie

This was what I was doing in Italy.   Photographing Fiona & Richie’s Tuscany wedding.   It was beautiful.  I was privileged to be invited to be their photographer.  I photographed Fiona’s sister Kirstin’s wedding to Matthew a little while ago & it was wonderful to get to see all their family again. The wedding was at  Villa Catureglio about an hour out of Lucca Italy.    The event coordinatore was Gio of Accent Events There is so much to say about this wedding and […]

03 Sep 2012

Sydney Wedding – Danielle & James

Marcus has been at a seminar for the last week and well I just can’t wait any longer for him to share this wedding on the blog.   It is just too good! This is the wedding of Danielle and James that Marcus photographed in Sydney earlier this year.   I LOVE these photos.   I mean it helps that James is a military man and got married in uniform – come on girls, who doesn’t like a man in uniform?  On top […]

21 Aug 2012

Brisbane Wedding – Moira & Kristian

  If you have ever been to our studio, you will have been served a coffee from our favourite place Tognini’s Bistro Cafe Deli, which lucky for us, is also just upstairs from Studio Impressions.   We figure, why try & brew our own when the experts are right above our front door.  The Tognini family is a very talented one and well known in Brisbane.  Mark runs the Tognini’s Bistros and his brother Benni runs the award winning salon Tognini’s Hair Skin […]

28 Oct 2011

Love you forever | Vanessa & Robert wedding at Spicers Peak

Two nights ago, after a late wedding enquiry, I arrived home just on bedtime for my 3 little boys.  One of my 6 year old, Evan, had a book under his arm and pleaded for me to read it to him.  If only I’d realised I was being set up.   I confess that I am not the best of readers, but a children’s book is usually within my grasp… until this book.   Like all good children’s books this one had a solid, repeatable theme.  Except […]