A little bit about yours truly

Hello! My name is Luke and I’m a wedding photographer based in Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Australia, where I live with my amazing wife Megan and our three beautiful children. Family is everything to me and I love being a husband and a Dad above all else.

Photographing people and weddings is something I am truly passionate about. I love discovering new places, new people and new stories. I’ve been shooting weddings full-time for 7 years now and for me, it only gets better each time. Photography has always been a part of my life but it became something much more at the end of high school. I bought a decent camera as well as a truck load of film and traveled around taking pictures of all kinds of things for a whole summer right before I started my Graphic Design degree. I think that’s where my passion for capturing people started.

Fast forward a few years and here I am, cruising around all over the country, capturing people in love, on the best day of their lives. I can’t imagine doing anything else. When I’m not shooting professionally, you’ll find me either hanging out with my kids or playing with my old school film cameras. I also love playing guitar, travelling, hiking, trail running, mountain biking, road cycling, golfing and all types of adventuring. Basically anything that takes place in the great outdoors – I’m there in a heartbeat. Thanks for stopping by and checking out my work. If you like what you see, let’s have a chat about making some great pictures together…

There wouldn’t be a photographer on earth that wasn’t profoundly changed by the birth of their children and I am no exception. When these beautiful little people came along I truly understood the ‘why’ to my photography and the impact it can have not just for me, but for everyone connected to the pictures that I make.

My children are my greatest influence and no matter what happens in my professional life, there will always be time to capture the simple, quiet, real moments as they grow, probably with expired film in a clunky old camera that doesn’t work very well.

This is us.

All pictures shot with my 1960’s Polaroid 180 Land Camera on Fuji FP-3000b instant film.