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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Steve & Melissa’s classic wedding in Kiama

Having travelled the world together, Steve & Mel knew there was no better place than Kiama to tie the knot. I was also happy to take them up to a secret location on Saddleback Mountain for some portraits after their ceremony in Kiama. The intrepid Mel in her wedding dress, and Steve (also quite intrepid) trekked down to the waterfall, back along the creek and up through the forest. Not even the leeches could put a dampener on things as they then headed to the Sebel Kiama for the reception..

Kiama Wedding Photography
Kiama Wedding Photography
Kiama Wedding Photography
Kiama Wedding Photography
Kiama Wedding Photography
Kiama Wedding Photography

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