Hi, I'm Kirsten, a documentary style wedding photographer based in Orange, NSW.
When you see your images, I want you to feel breathless. I want you to relive everything you felt on your wedding day and smile so hard that your face hurts. The first time you look at them and more importantly in 20 years when your wedding photos are well and truly part of your family's visual history.
Making you feel comfortable in front of the camera is crazy important to me. I want you to be you, looking like and feeling like a million bucks on one of the most important days of your lives.
My approach to wedding photography is to capture the feeling and honesty of your day and make you look hot dang amazing while I'm at it. I'm all about making fun, adventurous and natural images. The more relaxed you are and the more we trust each other, the better the images that we make together will be. If that sounds good to you, let me know. I'd love to hear your love story.
luxe racine vineyard wedding, orange, nsw
Racine la Colline delivered incredible food, wine and service on Julie and Andy’s wedding day. Mother Nature - not so much. Not even wind and rain stopped the show on Julie and Andy’s wedding. We embraced it and the results are spectacular!
DESIGNER PHILIP SHAW WEDDING, ORANGE, nsw
Loretta and Ben’s wedding was so beautiful at some points in the day I honestly didn’t know where to start or stop photographing there was so much to look at! Their impeccable sense of style and energy they put into every little part of their wedding was so so spectacular and a little bit (ok a lot) magical. With a ceremony and reception at Philip Shaw and portraits at a very special private estate outside of Orange, this wedding is to die for.
blue mountains elopement, katommba nsw
Sarah and Justice traveled for 55 hours from Kansas to elope in the Blue Mountains. Their flight was cancelled, so they hired a car and drove 8 hours to sleep for 4 hours and catch a whole bunch more flights to Australia. They finally arrived in Katoomba a day later than planned and only an hour before we met to start shooting. But it was totally worth the travel pain!