Lucky WeatherTasmanian weather is always unpredictable, and the day of Scott and Trish’s wedding was no different. It was sunny, raining, windy, overcast, warm and cold. All these conditions changed at various times throughout the day and there was no predictability.I spent some time with...

Camera, Camera, Camera, Camera (repeat!)I don’t’ think I’ve had a wedding where the couple was photographed so much. It seems that Renee’s family likes to take a photo or 100! It was a great day starting off with Bacon and eggs on the BBQ, Nathan’s...

Matt BodenA promising young musician, who will most likely be playing piano until he dies!. I’ve known Matt for quite a few years but this was the first time I’ve taken promo shots for him. Shot down at Salamanca early one Sunday morning, they will...

Bhoy in TasDanny Bhoy breezed through Tasmania and I got a chance to grab some shots of him backstage after his tech run. All shot in the Princess Theatre, which is conveniently located across the road from my office. I’ve shot some of Danny’s marketing...

Ruins and a Wedding!Nikki and Ben had big plans, a wedding in Rome, but due to some parent concerns of traveling so far, they settled on Australia’s most popular ruins at Port Arthur. They were married in the ruins of the convict church with their...

Coal ValleyOriginally uploaded by Photobat - Alan Moyle - Wombat. Andrew and Liz are both old Hobartians, meeting at Rosny College, and proving that the world is all interconnected (parents of 2 of my friends were at the wedding!). They no live...

Hard to keep up!Eleanor and Sophia seem to like running! We had lots of races, and I got into lots of trouble for cheating. All these shots were basically taken in a car park at Inveresk. I was planning on using the great metal...

Nick and MelIt’s always fun shooting friends weddings… well that’s what I say! I’ve known Nick and Mel for years and they gave me the opportunity to capture their big day! All set down in Hobart at Corinda Gardens in the Glebe and the Lindisfarne...