I was so thrilled to journey with Chloe and Jason as they become parents for the first time. We met at one of my favourite locations in the Dandenong Ranges for the maternity session, then only a few weeks later I got to see them as doting parents with beautiful baby Margot Rose. I’m sure you will agree how perfect (and tiny) she is!


While you're here...just a little reminder, if you are a mummy-to-be and interested in booking a Newborn session with me, please do so while you are still pregnant. I can only take on a limited number of newborns each month to ensure I am available for each and every one of them. I wouldn't want you to be disappointed and miss out. Please get in touch here to book.




One dress. Nine photographers.

Here's a little project I worked on earlier this year, with a group of incredible photographers from all around Australia and New Zealand. Each photographer had one week with the Purity Lace Designs dress, to stretch their creativity and have a bit of fun along the way.

I knew I wanted to take the dress to the water and came up with some big ideas that didn’t work out. Thankfully the Mornington Peninsula has endless options of beautiful and wild beaches, so my back up options were pretty amazing. We went to two different locations, both were incredibly windy, which my wonderful friend, Tiffany took like a boss. I had such a blast shooting for me, exploring new places, trying new things and just having fun. It is a reminder for me to keep shooting for myself regularly and allow myself to stop, listen, pay attention to my surroundings and shoot how I’m feeling.

Sharing some of my favourites, along with one from each of the other photographers.



Image by Helen Whittle


Image by Julie Guertin


Image by Krystle Ricci


Image by Melissa Brown


Image by Olga Levien


Image by Peta Hood




In-home sessions have made a welcome return this winter. Warm, cozy, intimate, your home is where you have made endless memories with your loved ones, and photographs can be a way for you to remember these fleeting moments.

When Emma first contacted me she explained the reason for the session was to remember life as it is now. This is their first home, and will likely be moving as the family grows. She also wanted to capture the relationship between their son Archie and Louie their dog, as well as the simple love and joy that Archie has for everything at this time. Perfect.

I hope you feel as much love and joy from this family and their pooch as much as I did capturing it.