I saw this giant ferris wheel in Odaiba, a fun shopping and entertainment district in Tokyo. But when you’re that high up above the world… you could be anywhere, couldn’t you?
Last weekend (possibly for Valentine’s Day) Steele whisked his beautiful girlfriend away to Palm Cove for a romantic getaway. Little did she know while dining at the Peppers Beach Club that he was going to pop the big question! Of course Nicky said yes, and Steele slipped the custom-made engagement ring that he designed for her onto her finger. (Nicely done, Steele!)
I met them a few days later to capture a bit of this love and man, were they glowing in it. So, so cute. Nicky was so gorgeous and soft-spoken, even an amoeba would have fallen in love with her. :) And Steele was an all-around gentleman who had no trouble dancing or showering his fiance with kisses in public. They probably made a few passers-by sick, but hey, they were probably just jealous. xx
My blog has been neglected lately. I keep making new drafts but never finish an entry. Technically I’m on maternity leave but when you run your own business, is there such a thing as a break?
My clients understand though. Photoshoots and weddings are still getting booked. They get used to my one-handed typing and the little voice in the background.
You see, I’ve been a little preoccupied. Just a bit. With this little bundle of love.
All I remember about Christmas and New Year’s Eve are these precious little moments, and his wonderful presence.
Hunter is 9 weeks old already. Time is so fleeting when you try to slow it down.
But everyday our baby grows, and we get to make more beautiful memories together. Like I get to wake up to his gorgeous smile every morning and he tells me about last night’s dreams in little coos and laughs.
And I get to bathe his yummy body every night and wrap him up in my arms afterwards.
So many memories to fit into an old failing brain. Luckily we have these photos to look back upon… for many years to come.
From the minute the makeup artist arrived and the girls started getting ready, I knew this wedding was going to be a wild.
It’s always a good sign when the couple’s chooses Wolfmother’s Joker and the Thief for their first dance.
And then when the party really kicked up a few more notches at the iconic Tanks Arts Centre with rocking tunes played by Trixi + the Code, we all had too much fun. And THEN the bride and her bridesmaid rolled down the hill in their dresses.
What a great day. Thanks, guys. x