Hey, I heard you were a wild one

I've learned that a great wedding video doesn't just distill a memory, it creates it. Guided by intuition, I create beautiful films that are unique to you as a couple. 

When you’re caught up in the overwhelming joy of the day, you’re probably not going to remember which part of your best friends speech it was that made you laugh until your ribs hurt.

What about ya Grandma getting up to have a cheeky dance, just when she thought no one was watching?

These are all very real and fleeting moments that you don’t have to miss. I can make something that future generations will be able to watch. Which is kind of mind blowing really.


Here are some of my favourites



When I first met Joe & Raquel, it became apparent very quickly what mattered most to them. Joe’s grandfather had come in specially from hospital to see the boys get ready and I realised then, just how special this day was going to be.


To me, this is the epitome of adventure! What’s more exciting than getting engaged on a mountain and throwing a wedding only a few months (or was it weeks?!) later.

Like many places of grandeur, Mt Hotham didn’t disappoint. The air was crisp and the love was strong. They are truly loved by each other and by their friends and family.

But don’t let me tell you that - see for yourself!


Filming a wedding video for two filmmakers is both a challenge and a privilege.

I became friends with these two at a photography workshop one year before their wedding. Over that time, a friendship blossomed and trust was built.

The connection & chemistry that Lliam and Dana share was something pretty special to witness. They ooze sexy, playful love and I really wanted to capture this in essence.

With festival like vibes, naked tipis, and red velvet sofas (Tom Ford), this was one energising wedding day that no-ones forgetting any time soon!


Filmed in the motherland (my home) in gorgeous Aotearoa!

Gabes and Jarrod are really good friends of mine. They have this effortless way about them, stealing a laugh at every chance they can get. Jokesters really, with their cheeky smiles. You’re never quite sure what’s going to happen next. Between them, only they know.


This was one flippin’ stylish wedding.

Kara and Johnny kicked off their ceremony under a beautiful floral arch followed by a photoshoot in the industrial shipping area of West Melbourne and a night of jazz entertainment.

Their wedding was full of eclectic style from the neon sign that Johnny designed himself, down to the rose petals frozen in a tub of ice cubes. I was in awe! 


A short engagement trailer in country Victoria.

What an ideal way to spend the last of the summers warm weather! Sarah, Steve and I went for an adventure to Lerderderg Gorge and stopped short when we saw this awesome circuit on the side of the road. 

With no one around they were free to be themselves, exploring what was around every corner and simply taking in the epic views.


These legends tied the knot at Greenfields in Albert Park, Melbourne. 

Taryn practically ran down the isle giving Lucas only seconds to take it all in. Luckily, Dan Brannan and I had many moments to steal them away as we stole the last of the sun for an epic photoshoot.  


Sometimes I'll take a couple I know and love, and ask them if I can test some new film techniques or colour profiles on them. This was a great day - Emma and Josh both got a lovely little engagement video taster and I got to do what I freakin' love. Win win. 


These two had a lovely reveal with their families in the gardens of Fitzroy, Melbourne. 

Ieuan, waiting nervously and patiently for his bride Kirsty. She wore a beautiful purple dress that made me extra excited. They celebrated their wedding their way, making days like these extra unique and intimate.