Launceston Portrait photographer

Launceston Duck Reach Couples Session | Tasmania Couples Photographer

Oh man I loved shooting and editing this session, I’m trying to be a little more creative when I think of locations and achieving more landscape type photos to deliver in my galleries. This location at the Duck Reach lookout is just perfect. Even though the water was high and I couldn’t use the location as hoped. There was still so many fun/different backdrops options there and then chuck in a cute couple.

Launceston Family Session | Launceston Photographer

Tasmania couples session | Launceston photographer

Tasmania couples session, Greens Beach

Marcus and Sarah might have been the easiest couple I have photographed. At the start I gave them my speech on how I want them to only have eyes and hands for each other. 

I always have a few prompts up my sleeve to make my couples loosen up and get some fun natural photos. I didn’t have to use any of these. As soon as I held my camera up they went for it. You can tell they are so in love.

The location was just perfect to get some movement in Sarah stunning hair and not to mention the colour in the rocks almost matching. I mean how can I not get excited about that.

Thank you Sarah and Marcus for giving me such awesome moments to capture. I am so excited for your wedding day 

I hope you enjoy viewing these photos as much as I enjoyed taking them.

Resident photographer at Scotch Oakburn College | Launceston Photographer

scotch oakburn college

Since I’ve decided to come out of hiding again, I figured I should share some of the things I’ve been working on. This one has been a pretty major addition to my business, last term I started to work at Scotch Oakburn College as their resident photographer. What a cool gig this is.

Every time I get called out on a job, I’m amazed at the cool stuff these kids get to do. Scotch Oakburn has been voted in the top 40 of most innovative schools around Australia and I can see why. One minute I’m out on a boat heading up the river documenting rowing, then the next day I’m driving to Fingal to visit their off site campus. They have an amazing outdoor education program.

I wanted to share some of the images I took of this cool job I got to do documenting 10 Scotch Oakburn students who are members of the Fingal Fire Brigade. You can find the article in their community magazine Focus. Such a wonderful example of student’s helping out the community by participate in extensive training with the Tasmania Fire Service.