Documentary christening photography – Stefan

Little Stefan was christening in the Macedonian Orthodox Church of the Resurrection in Rockdale, and was followed by a stunning reception at Conca D'oro in Riverwood. I'd never shot in this particular Catholic church before, but was delighted to discover that it is charming, moody and beautifully charismatic. Like all Catholic baptisms, this one was full of beautiful ceremony and tradition, but this was a first for me as it was my first time experiencing a christening performed entirely in Macedonian. It was wonderful. My documentary-style photography and emphasis on relaxed unposed portraiture is really well suited for these kind of important cultural

Event shoot – Greek Orthodox Christening – Max

I documented the beautiful christening of Max at the Greek Orthodox Parish & Community of “All Saints” in Belmore, Sydney. I've shot in this church several times before and it never fails to be an amazing place to shoot, even with the current restoration work happening inside. I love the ceremony and rituals involved in these beautiful christenings. It's touching to watch the parents and families of these little children become emotional as they go through this rite of passage, too. I have a feeling that photographing christenings, especially in these incredible orthodox churches, is fast becoming a favourite thing of

Hindu Wedding – Aneetha and David

Aneetha and David got married in a wonderful Hindu ceremony in Helensburgh, Sydney, and I must say that it was a real pleasure to witness this most symbolic and intricate of nuptials. I ended up delivering them over 700 images across 4 hours of ceremony coverage - I just didn't want to miss a moment of this ceremony, rich in the symbolism of ancient scriptures and cultural traditions. There was laughter, there were tears, there were many contributors to the ceremony, and many wonderful gestures made by the couple's family and friends. So understand me when I say that this