Born in 1981, Jessica Tremp grew up in Switzerland before making
Australia her home at the age of 18. She brought with her a love for
romanticism, theatrics and nature and has begun combining these with her passion
for the art of photography. She aims to create emotional authenticity,
preferring a spontaneous, organic and naturally lit approach to her images. Her
work has been featured in print and online magazines around the world including
Take, Fallen and Empty Magazine, Fine Art Photo Magazine and Shots. In 2011,
she won Gold in the Prix de la Photographie in Paris in the Portraiture - Self-Portrait
Section. She was also named one of the top five emerging photographers in
Australia in the Arts Category of 2010 Projections. Jessica's first solo
exhibition was at Mick Gallery in November 2011 in Sydney.
My wedding photography is probably more on the romantic, whimsical, vintage, retro style. I try and mix a little real, candid, photojournalistic, editorial secret squirrel action with timeless, different, artistic, naturally posed creative portraits to be able to deliver a well rounded collection of beautiful memories for you to treasure forever. I'm based in Melbourne, VIC, Australia but I can and will travel to be a part of your big day.
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After graduating in 2004 from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology with a Bachelor of Arts in Photography, I have spent the last 8 years working as a lifestyle/ commercial/ advertising photographer in Melbourne.
For the last 3 years I have started telling other peoples stories - applying my creative, yet clean, editorial style of photography to weddings & portraits.
Commercial clients include: Harris Scarfe // Target // French Connection // Hush Puppies // Coles // Melbourne Pub Group // Style Counsel.
Firstly, I love to drink tea (and coffee, and wine). And it's usually over one of these that I ask you your story. No two weddings are the same; therefore I wouldn't shoot any two weddings the same way. I will be there from when the first coat of mascara goes on 'till the last guests leaves if you like. Or, if you prefer, I will be there to just shoot the ceremony. Either way, you will end up with a disc (or two) of beautiful film-like images that capture the atmosphere/ the details/ the people & the moments that made your day.
I planned my own wedding recently and I understand the time and effort that goes into all the small details: your place cards, floral arrangements and other little details won't go unnoticed or unphotographed. I won't ever ask you to re-tie that tie, or put the bride's shoes on again. You won't find me running around telling people where to be and where to look. You won't see me lugging big flash gear around - in fact I try to shoot and capture the natural light wherever possible. Hopefully for most of the day you won't see me at all; I hate getting in your way. The stories are there and I will capture them honestly - as they happen.
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I majored in Art in High School and graduated in Graphic Design at RMIT, Melbourne. I don't have any professional training in Photography, I just picked it up and ran with it. I like the idea of not being formally trained in Photography; there are no rules to be broken.
I love observing life. And photography gives me the opportunity to tell a story; to be a curator of moments. There's an art to storytelling - the ability to help another relive the moment but at the same time, not tell too much; giving space for one's imagination to run wild.
Weddings have always intrigued me; it is where dreams become alive; both magical and real at once.
My aim is to capture the honest moments while trying to be as invisible as possible, so as to let the day run as naturally as it was meant to be.
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Andrew & Sarah Married 28 Jan 2000 Parents to three very active kids Full-time professional photographers AIPP & WPPI accredited members Insanely addicted coffee lovers
Sure, we've picked up some awards and can be seen in many wedding magazines and blogs but really, is that important? To be truthful, we just really love what we do. We will love the experience as much as you, photograph your big day honestly; take some beautiful shots - and have a lot of fun along the way!
Each wedding is individual. Each couple is different. That's why we believe no two or three or four weddings should ever be photographed in the same way.
We approach your big day with you and your personalities in mind! So we only capture a full day of wedding festivities. After all, it's your wedding DAY not wedding four, six or eight hours.
Thanks for stopping by. Our website is just around the corner. And then next stop is our studio for coffee. We're looking forward to sharing your wedding day with you!
Both Rebecca and Karl had a passion for photography before they met, then through travelling together and photographing at every other chance, they developed a love for photography.
After a rare chance to photograph a family wedding, they realised this could actually be good fun, and shortly after being married themselves they launched Welsch Photography.
As a member of the AIPP, Karl has achieved Associate level membership after consistently winning awards at the annual national photographic awards held by the AIPP. Always experimenting and trying new techniques, Bec and Karl keep their work fresh, romantic and beautiful.
We only have to think about how we felt on our own wedding day, and what our feelings were towards each other, to our family and friends, and what we wanted from our special day.
These thoughts keep us present and in the moment at all of our weddings, and we always keep in mind how much thought and preparation a couple has put into this one day of their lives.
Those memories need to be captured well, and through our range of beautiful albums we can lay it out for all to admire for generations to come.
Milton Gan Photography was founded in 2009 and quickly became established as one of Sydney's leading wedding photography studios.
Milton is an award winning member of the Australian Institute of Professional Photography and actively contributes to the promotion and growth of the Australian wedding industry.
When a couple thinks back to their wedding day, they don't just remember 6 or 8 hours of it; they remember the whole day. Likewise we believe that to truly capture a wedding means being there from start to finish, so we always offer a whole day of photography, from morning to night.
We capture all the important moments throughout the day in a relaxed photojournalistic style, and where appropriate we add touches of editorial styling to create a clean and contemporary aesthetic. All of the best images are individually retouched and the beautiful Queensberry albums we offer are designed by their experts. Hence our motto: "Creators of finely crafted wedding photography".
is photography. Every day I wake up knowing how lucky I am to be doing what I
do for a living.
taking all types of photos but wedding photography is at the centre of what I
do. I’m thankful that I’ve discovered my passion. I like to think that my
images show this love and dedication to my craft.
Professional Photographer with the AIPP.
I want to
capture creative, natural and unique images of you, your loved ones and all the
little details of your special day. Each couple is different and each wedding
is different. I want to meet you and learn all about you. That way I can
capture images that reflect you! It’s an event jam-packed full of magical
moments so I don’t need to recreate anything.
Enjoy the day. Let me take care of the photos.
images that tell your story – the story of you and your wedding day. You can look
forward to treasuring a collection of photos for years to come as you continue
your journey as a couple.
I want to
meet you as much as you want to meet me! That’s why we should catch up for a
coffee (or a beer or wine instead). If it’s meant to be, then we are going to
have a load of fun!
Get in touch and let’s make it happen.
Member of the Australian Institute of Professional Photography.
We believe in the purest forms of love – God to humankind,
wife and husband, child and parent. There is no greater joy than witnessing and
celebrating these relationships with those who have let us into their world.
We are dreamers, storytellers and lovers all in one. We
bring this approach to each and every assignment – photographing life as it unfolds,
carefree and effortless as it was meant to be.
If our work speaks to your heart, please reach out and get
in touch. We look forward to sharing your moments with you!
I started out taking photos of cars after my girlfriend bought me a DSLR for my 21st birthday. I few years later I was asked to second shoot a wedding with a friend. This led to second shooting five other weddings. I decided that I should see if I can make something from this and shot my first wedding solo in December 2010. Soon after, I quit my desk job and half-way through 2012, I've shot over 60 weddings and loved every minute of it.
I've had no professional training and I'm not a member of any professional body. The secrets to my success are pure hard work, a passion to better myself and doing everything I can to make sure my clients are stoked with their wedding day experience!
To put it plain and simple - I'm a story teller. I don't mind throwing in some awesome portraits with beautiful light when I can. I only shoot weddings from start to finish. My main focus is to tell an awesome story and evoke the memories of my couples when they look back through their images. I tell my couples to look through photographs as a set of images rather than just one-by-one. That is my goal when photographing a wedding - to have a set of stunning pictures not just one or two!
First I went to university and studied literature. Then I went to art college and studied photography. Then I went back to university and combined the two, working on a project that saw me travelling around Australia and overseas photographing people and their landscapes, finally emerging with a PhD in photography in 2007. Since then my photographs have been sold and exhibited in Australia and overseas.
My approach to wedding photography is all about capturing the emotion of the day; the small moments and the quirky details that make each wedding unique and special.
I'm not really a fan of lots of posed photographs and most of my work is purely documentary, watching quietly and unobtrusively as everything unfolds in front of me.
I like to be super organised so that we can go with the flow on the day and not have to worry or rush and I'm happiest working away while you're enjoying yourselves with your family and friends.