A great location, two great models and a not so great model photographer! Fun times
Two days in Eleuthera spent as photographing a wedding, surfers and eagle rays, ending in a fantastic Trash The Dress session with the Bride and Groom.
A portrait session on Paradise ISland turns into an Engagement Shoot, and a security guard tells us we need to leave!
This afternoon I had an engagement photo session with a very cool couple from South Florida, down on the islands to plan their wedding in June.
An engagement shoot at the historic Club at Old Fort Bay, New Providence, The Bahamas
A look at the first year of a fledgeling wedding photographer in the Bahamas, and the struggle to balance work and family, dealing with self doubt, and still hoping to find time to learn, push and advance.
This Friday took me to the imposing Atlantis Resort on Paradise Island for the wedding of a Korean couple from the US.
The day after I had the pleasure of being the wedding photographer for these guys, I ad a more relaxed shoot with a family in Hope Town to capture some images of their son, and themselves around the little island of Elbow Cay. They were looking for a mix of semi-formal and completely candid shots, …
The last two days found me in the quaint and historic settlement of Hope Town, located on Elbow Cay in The Abacos. A stunning location for a fantastic and fun wedding that was a real treat to photograph!
M & S were the lucky winners of the Bahamas Bridal Bailout competition organised by The Bahamas Ministry of Tourism, and I was lucky enough to be given the honour of being their photographer yesterday afternoon. Pink was the colour of the day, set against a backdrop of stunning turquoise ocean at the Wyndham Resort …
This weekend found me at an amazing wedding for a local Bahamian couple. The preparations and reception were both held at the British Colonial Hilton in the heart of Nassau, a hotel steeped in the history of the Bahamas, and also the location for two James Bond movies. The ceremony itself was held at the …
I’m often asked how I came to be a photographer. The answer is simple, and one that continues to drive me daily. I started my journey into photography to capture my daughter growing up.
As a wedding photographer in the Bahamas, I get to shoot everything from grand affairs with hundreds of people, to wonderful romantic beach weddings with a bride, a groom and a pastor. Take a sneak peak at the latter!
Today was not only International Talk Like a Pirate Day, but was also our nanny’s wedding day. I decided to forgo looting, drinking rum and other general rascally pirate activities and shoot her wedding as a gift to her for her unending care and love for my daughter – truly, the two of them are …
Musing on the innocence of children and my endless photos of them in their own world.