Hi friends, I hope you’re having a wonderful and relaxing Easter weekend!
Last weekend, my fiancé and I went on a little weekend getaway to my favourite city and second home: our capital, Wellington, New Zealand. We stayed two and a half days, which while short was plenty of time for us to see an incredible exhibition, eat delicious food, rest and recharge, and simply enjoy each other’s company. The purpose of our trip was to see the Terracotta Warriors at Te Papa Museum and celebrate my fiancé’s birthday. Happy Birthday, my love!
Today I’m excited to share with you my experience at the NZ Spirit Festival.What an incredible weekend! The festival was full of inspiring workshops and knowledge sharing, cultural dance classes, absolutely delicious food, soulful music & healing sound journeys, and much more.
Yesterday, I had the honour of capturing lifelong memories of Ryan & Cornelia’s big day.Celebrated at Hedges Estate in Waiuku, the day was filled with endless sunshine, nature, love, and good vibes. From the early morning capturing the bridal party getting ready, to the celebrations, cake, and spontaneous mini-photoshoots that followed, the wedding was a truly magical day for all who attended. I absolutely loved capturing the warm smiles and radiant joy of the bride & groom along with their dear family and friends. Congratulations, Ryan & Cornelia! It was an honour to capture this special day for you to look back on for years to come.
I recently captured the joy of Katherine & Zach’s engagement in a photoshoot in Takapuna. Inspired by engagement shoots that were natural & earthy, we found Killarney Park to be the perfect location for lush greenery and woods.What’s more, Lake Pupuke was right beside the park, so we made good use of the gorgeous lake and pier. All in all, the scenery definitely made for cozy, down-to-earth vibes, and I loved capturing these small, sweet and intimate moments!