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High Five!

This is the bit where I get to tell you who I am and why I’m head-over-heels in love with weddings!

So….. I’m a real fan of the unconventional. I like old things, weird things, creepy things. I travel a lot, cook a lot, don’t read as much as I’d like, and when the mood strikes I can get a bit arty-farty. My Husband and resident fur-babies make my house a home, so when I’m not needed anywhere else you can find me there with a glass of red in hand and a kitty (or two) on my lap.

Why Weddings?

My dream was to be one of those Music Festival photographers, the ones with all the street-cred, millions of friends and free tickets to everything. I was never really into the idea of photographing weddings, but I think that’s because I didn’t realise how cool and rewarding it can be. (Plus I thought I had to be a seedy, over-confident, middle-aged dude with way too much equipment and hair product).

I leapt headfirst into my wedding business in 2009 and have been hooked ever since. I could go into some mushy thing about celebrating love, capturing the emotion blah blah blah…. yeah, that all matters a lot. Bottom line is they are fun, I get to meet awesome people and I can be super-creative at the same time. That, my friends, is a winning combination in my book.

Make it your Best Day Ever.

And why not? Getting married is such a great thing and your relationship is worth celebrating. Don’t be afraid to think outside the box and really make it your own kick-ass event….. kind of like your birthday, but better! I want to capture your day the way you want to remember it. The in-between moments, the happy tears, the spontaneous laughter, the interpretive dance, that weird thing your cousin did with the beer glass and the blowtorch…. yeah, all that stuff.

I’m based in Perth WA, but willing to travel. If you think I could be a good match for your Best Day Ever lets meet up and have a chat. You get free coffee, I snag a friend. We both win!

CJ x

*awkward pic of me (above) was taken by my mate Glenn Weaver. Can you tell I hate having my photo taken?