I recently photographed friends of mine for their engagement session in Central Park. The leaves had begun to turn but the weather was still warm, sunshine bathing the park in glorious golden light. Everyone was out enjoying the last of the warm weather before the approaching winter chill set in. It was one of those wonderful NYC days when everything comes together for a short time to work in harmony.
All the best to Heather & Adam and their life together. I hope the photos will always be a happy reminder of life in NYC when everything comes together.
I recently photographed an Australian family on their holiday to NYC. I really enjoy photographing visitors to the city. I can identify with their excitement of being in New York and I appreciated the opportunity to tell that story with my camera.
I particularly enjoyed photographing Shenae. She is at an age where she is just beginning to mature but hasn’t yet learnt to be insecure. She was open and honest in front of the camera and it was beautiful to photograph. Shenae has her whole life stretched out in front of her and I hope she looks back and appreciates this fleeting moment in her journey… captured forever.
I will be back in Australia Jan-March 2014…please contact me if you are interested in a portrait sitting.
I have blogged this sequence as part of a larger story previously but I wanted to share this moment between Kate and her grandfather again because it epitomises everything I try to achieve with my wedding photography.
A real moment – full of real emotion.
It was just after the ceremony and her grandfather had come to congratulate her. The joy and emotion is obvious in the first two photos but the intensity in the eyes in the last photo gives me goosebumps.
I hope that in years to come Kate will look back on these photos and be grateful that such a special moment was captured forever.
I might be a bit bias here but I think my niece is the most beautiful girl in the world. That was until I met Bronte and now I am forced to call it a tie. Those beautiful blue eyes, blonde hair and cheeky smile made my heart melt.
But the most beautiful part about the shoot was the fact that Bronte had only just started walking 2 days previous. It was so special to capture her delight and her parents delight as she tested out her new skills. One week later when I dropped off the photos, Bronte was scooting round the apartment like a pro. It was a reminder how quickly they grow up.
I am currently available for portraits in NYC and will be back in Australia in January for the summer season. If you would like to see a price list… send me an email at: firstname.lastname@example.org