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Growing Up Together {Noosa Pet Photographer}

Growing Up Together is an ongoing personal project of mine, documenting the relationship between older dogs and older kids. One of my fondest childhood memories is just hanging out with our dog, having her follow us around the beach, or running alongside us while we rode our bikes to the park to catch tadpoles and…

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Kira + Michael: Engaged {Noosa Wedding Photographer}

Kira grew up a street away from me, her parents worked with my parents and we have various connections through our siblings and friends. So when she contacted me about shooting her wedding, I could not have been more thrilled. I suggested Sunrise Beach for their engagement shoot as I love photographing people there –…

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Al + Phoebe + Louis

Al and Phoebe were two of my first ever wedding clients and I knew when I met them, that we were going to be friends. They both radiate warmth and fun and I honestly don’t stop laughing when I’m with them. Over the years, they have become my Melbourne family and we always hang out…

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  • So gorgeous… LOVE that onesie!!
    Congratulations on Louis’ arrival guys xReplyCancel

Jennie + David + Dogs {Sunshine Coast Pet Photographer}

Jennie and David’s session included pretty much everything I love – dogs, their humans, dramatic skies and the beach where I grew up. Plus Charlie, Bella and Leo were absolute stars, especially when they were allowed to have a big play after we tortured them by keeping them on lead for the first half of…

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Lynn + Kate + Max {Toowoomba Family Photographer}

Everything about this session makes my heart sing. I’ve known Kate for many years – we went to uni together, we lived together and she’s been a big part of my life ever since. Her family is my family, really. Which includes lovely old Max who was born the same year as Kate (and I),…

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  • Love your documentary style! You’ve really captured their love for their horse buddy!ReplyCancel

  • Wow, so gorgeous and special. Max is adorable.ReplyCancel

  • These are so darn cute! You can just see the relationship between the Max and his owners. What a special thing to do for your mum! PS: Love her jumper! ha!ReplyCancel

  • What a beautiful way to document such a special part of their life!ReplyCancel

  • Oh Katie these are amazing! Loving the horsey jumpers. You can see the love is mutual!ReplyCancel

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