My love of photographing people is what got me into wedding photography. Having been shooting weddings across the Kimberley for over 5 years I have had the absolute pleasure to be working with many amazing wedding vendors. To make things a little easier for you during the planning process I’ve put together a list of all my favourites.
I consider myself incredibly fortunate to call Broome my home and photography my full-time job. Honestly, I can’t imagine doing anything else other than photography.
It was my grandma's Minolta film camera that got me into photography when I was around 13. We had a darkroom, tucked away behind the bathroom, where I learned to develop my first images.
I am a people person at heart. I think that's the most important quality in my photography. I put people at ease and just let them be themselves which translates into beautiful, natural photographs.
I love living in this remote part of Australia, far away from the hustle and bustle of the city. When I am not out shooting or working on my little business you're likely to find me in my veggie garden, down at the beach or camping up the coast.
I appreciate the rich Aboriginal culture of this region, the rugged landscape and extraordinarily vibrant colours. This place just grabs you and doesn’t let you go. Living in Broome for over a decade I’ve done and experienced so much and have been lucky enough to meet my best friend and love of my life here in Broome. His name is Gerard. We have a dog called Millie. She’s super cute, a really good swimmer and loves fetching sticks.
THIS IS ME AND MY DAD
in some very short pants...
I grew up in Berlin, Germany. Many family holidays were spent in the mountains or by the sea.
I’m a big believer in having fun on shoots and making sure everybody is as comfortable as possible. Whether that’s your wedding day, a family session or an engagement shoot. I love capturing true moments and real emotion as they unfold.
If this sounds like you, then have a browse and if you like what you see head over to the contact page to arrange a meet up over a coffee or a beer (or a call if you're not nearby).