He was gigging, and she was photographing it. He remembered her as 'the girl with the red cap', and then asked her to be his girlfriend under the Sydney Harbour Bridge on New Years Eve as the fireworks fired.
They are 'two creatives creating creations for their creator'.
Meet my two favourites, Aaron and Janna.
Aaron, Janna, Nathan, Bryce, Gemma and myself - we consider ourselves a family. Every now and again we all get to fly to spend a day (or a few) together because the boys have a gig.
Us girls love photography (and posing), so we take the opportunity to document our adventures. Mount Glorious had a gloriously vintage house opened as a cafe, and Toowoomba offered amazing burgundy tones. We went to town.
Little Charli McGeachie was the sweetest little girl. From the minute she stepped into the studio, she was so mesmerised by the lights in my studio that she couldn't break eye contact with them. She was so full of curiosity. The lights were turned off to help her sleep for the shoot, however she started crying. She loved those lights!
Lana, her mumma, would take her outside to calm her down, and Charli was peaceful instantly. This lead to the decision to go for a walk down by the creek near the studio. The result was beautiful. I really hope you like them!
A couple of weeks ago I had the pleasure of taking the press shots for Until Home - an indie/rock band from Brisbane, made up of Michael Trapp, Matt Reisinger, Mitchell Hartley and Clayton Mullins.
We rearranged the furniture in 'Seed Coffee' (Ipswich), sipped on some coffee and hung out with their adorable puppy. A good time was had by all!
Check out the band!
She is wisdom. She is nurturing. She worships. She is peaceful. She is graceful.
Happy Mothers Day to all of the beautiful Mothers!