My name is Nick, and I’m currently based in Melbourne.
Soon after picking up my first camera I realized that there was nothing more rewarding than having the responsibility of documenting people in their most honest moments, because those are the moments that matter.
So this is my gift to you. How did you get here? What gets you excited about your wedding? Let's get in touch. Let's work together and create something that captures a celebration of love, a manifestation of commitment, a gathering of friends and family that will stand the test of time. Much the same as the love you’ve created with your partner.
I know your story is there to be told.
A story of a girl. Who fell in love with a boy.
It’s my job to document that story on your wedding day. All the life, spirit and joy of it…
As a photographer, finding a ‘voice’ amongst so many talented artists has been one of the most frustrating as well as liberating journey’s I’ve embarked on.
Starting without any formal training was a key element early on. It allowed me to explore a chosen direction, without any rules about correct exposure, temperature etc. and allowed me to push aside these technical aspects to concentrate on what I found aesthetically attractive.
I’m back home in Sydney now after three weeks on the road and things are finally slowing down as the Australian wedding season draws to a close.
Instead of going full steam ahead with wedding posts I’ve decided to share a few quieter moments with Tanya before her ceremony in Mt Dandenong, Victoria. These images have come to reflect my ‘voice’ in photography – a documentary style focusing on details and moments in-between moments.
A few weeks back I was in Melbourne covering Andrea and Imran’s wedding. I’ve known Imran for a while through basketball and it’s always different shooting a couple I’ve previously known prior to them contacting me. For couples that I don’t know, it’ll sometimes take a while for them to feel comfortable having me there – and I’m fine with that. With these two there was no such thing. They both opened up in such a carefree way and I had a blast capturing their day. A day filled with opened hearts, tears and laughter. It was one of those days I felt more a part of the celebration then as a spectator.
Oh and did I mention we partied?