Family Session: The Koning’s | Sydney Family Photographer

I just loved working with this adorable little family in their beautiful backyard capturing some of those candid treasured moments. The boys were a lot of fun to photograph with each of their own personalities shining through and it is something they will all be able to look back on for years to come.

In home family sessions are some of my favourites to photograph as everyone is just a little more relaxed in their own space and it can really shine through in the final images. In years to come those places will remain very special for the families, so having these photos will be a beautiful reminder for them all.

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A Morning In The Park | A Personal Post

So things have been a bit quiet around here of late, and this little cutie is mostly to blame! I mean how can you expect me to say no to this cute squishy face?

We’ve spent the last 9 months cuddling, laughing and learning all about the world. With so many good days and a few not so great days. Being a new Mum brings so many emotions at once. Such love, just so much love. I’m not even sure how it’s possible to love something as much as this. Then there are also feelings of fear, failure, joy, helplessness and happiness. All of these in just a single day usually!

I have tried to treasure every moment we have together, as it’s already going by too quickly. Those little toes are just that bit bigger, those newborn snuggles are just a little bit shorter and it already feels like he can do so many things without my help that I continue to ask – “Where has my baby gone?!”

Everyone always says it will go by in the blink of an eye, and they’re right! My little baby is turning in to a little man – keen to know all there is to know about EVERYTHING. If he can touch it, he will. Even if he isn’t meant to touch it – he still will. He’s exploring all around him in this new world of his and I’m so grateful to watch him learn. Just please, slow down time – I’m not ready for him to grow up so fast!

I am glad to be back and looking forward to sharing some more work with you soon. I can’t promise there won’t be more Henry posts to come too! If you want to follow our daily adventures, head on over to my personal instagram and say hi! 🙂

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Henry, ten weeks old | A Personal Post

And in the blink of an eye, he is ten weeks old.

Any new parent will tell you the same thing – that they cannot believe how quickly the days and weeks roll by. It is a strange feeling bringing this tiny little person home for the first time, all the while feeling like they have always been part of your life.

Looking back, it has been a challenging and eye opening journey into parenthood. Those early days are tough. But through the fog there are glimpses of light and love. Enough to keep you going. You take each minute/day/week as it comes and slowly you start to rise above the enormous weight of becoming a new parent.

There are rocky times. The times you don’t think you’ll make it. In the dark cold hours of the morning when you feel all alone and wonder how you will get up and do it all over again tomorrow. But you do. And the sun rises on another day, making you stronger.

With each day that passes you gain more love, connection and laughter. That darkness starts to lift, and moments you can treasure forever take its place. Those tiny little hands reaching out for you, that cheeky grin and glint in his eye as he laughs out loud at your silly faces, and those quiet, still moments together. These are the moments you never want to forget.

You want to slow down time to relish in those moments as a new family. Breathe in that newborn smell a little longer, closely study all the tiny details of their face, gently touch those tiny fingers and toes, tickle their belly a bit harder so they scream out in laughter and squeeze a little bit tighter with each and every hug.

Because you know when you wake up tomorrow they will be just that little bit older, those fingers and toes just that little bit bigger, and slowly over time that newborn smell will begin to fade. So amongst the madness, always stop. Relish those moments. Because they won’t be here forever.

Henry, it has been a wild and crazy ride these last 10 weeks but we are so lucky to have you in our lives. We cannot wait to share so many more moments with you.

Mama & Dad Dad x

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Wedding: Samantha and Ryan – The Residences Centennial Park, Sydney | Sydney Wedding Photographer

Samantha and Ryan chose The Residences Centennial Park in Sydney for their wedding day back in March. Unfortunately the weather had been a little unpredictable, with quite significant rainfall in the days leading up to the big event. Even the morning of the wedding it was very wet with many showers falling throughout the area. We were prepared for the worst but the sun gods were thankfully on our side, as the skies cleared just in time for the ceremony! Samantha was most pleased, as she wanted to showcase her amazing wedding gown from Ziolkowski Bridal with glistening gold sequins, isn’t it stunning?

Both Ryan and Samantha were an incredible couple to work with, so relaxed and happy to be sharing their most special day with close family and friends. One of the benefits of the venue is the ability to DIY a lot of the day, which is exactly what they did! Guests were treated to amazing pizzas for dinner, and with the happy couple having a huge affection for beer there was plenty of it on offer – even right down to some styling elements on the tables!

The Residences Centennial Park Wedding Photographer | The Details

Ceremony & Reception: The Residences, Centennial Park

Photography: Snappystreet Photography

Invitations: Giant Invitations

Bridal gown: Ziolkowski Bridal

Bridesmaid’s Dresses: Forever New

Hair and Makeup: Blossom Hair And Makeup

Caterer: Pizza Alfresco

Cake Stylist: My Little Cupcake

Band: The Shuffle

Groom’s Suit & Tie: Tarocash

Florist: Susan Avery

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Portrait Session: Lyndi Cohen, Nutritionist | Sydney Lifestyle Portrait Photographer

I had the pleasure of working with the gorgeous dietician and nutritionist Lyndi Cohen to update her website images and media portfolio during February this year. This also coincided with the launch of a new program she is running called Keep it Real which kicks off on May 16th. The program is a 10-week step-by-step program and community that is personalised to you to help end the weight struggle, emotional eating and anxiety.

Lyndi is always such a pleasure to work with, and I love the fact she comes to our sessions with clear ideas in her mind of her brand and what she wants to achieve for her images. This certainly makes my job easier, and working together is always such a collaborative experience. We chose the beautiful Northern Beaches of Sydney to photograph her session which allowed for many varying locations and beautiful backdrops!

Lyndi is a regular media nutritionist dietitian on Channel 9’s TODAY and TODAY Extra shows, a Nutrition consultant currently consulting to some amazing organisations and proud to be Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution Ambassador as well as a trained nutrition speaker and presenter.

If you are interested in learning more about Lyndi’s new program, make sure you check out Keep It Real – A transformative guide to help you end emotional eating, combat anxiety and stop struggling with your weight.

“No ‘body’ is perfect. That is why I have a strict NO PHOTOSHOP policy. In order to be real, honest and ‘stripped bare’, no images of me are photoshopped – and they never will be!”

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