The two most valuable investments you make for your wedding day are the person you are marrying and the photographer you chose. Pete doesn’t just take photos, he has almost a superpower to capture moments in their fullest, freezing these perfect moments in time. On the day it felt like another family member or friend there with us. He went beyond the call of duty and his every photo still takes my breath away.

- Renee & Adam, Kangaroo Valley
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Luke & Nichole’s vineyard wedding, at Cupitt’s Winery

When I first met Luke and Nichole for their “lovebirds” pre-wedding portrait session I knew that their wedding day would be something special. They had a certain connection and a unique style that perfectly suited the venue they had chosen, Cupitt’s Winery near Milton. The weather was glorious, as was the wine, the food and the surroundings – so as the sun set and the formalities passed, the mood relaxed into one of celebration, laughter and good times for all..

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