Courtney and Jackson // Queenstown Elopement

Courtney and Jackson are the most lovely wedding photography duo from San Francisco. They brought their friends and family all the way from America to New Zealand for their elopement.

When Courtney and Jackson got in touch they shared some of their dream and vision for their wedding day. They said they wanted to get married in the mountains near Queenstown and I told them I knew the perfect location!

After their ceremony we took a helicopter into the mountains for their photoshoot near Milford Sounds. We scoured the hills until the sun was almost gone. We then returned to their reception for a wild party in a tipi tent they had set up at their Airbnb.

Location: The middle of nowhere near Queenstown - ask us ;)
Tipi: Gather and Gold Tipis
Styling: One Fine Day

Daniel and Tyson // Queenstown Wedding Photographer

Daniel and Tyson flew their nearest and dearest from Australia to the most stunning spot just outside of Queenstown for their wedding. After a freakish rain and snow storm the day before, Daniel and Tyson sat contemplating cancelling their plans. But with a miraculous turn in the weather on the morning of their day the scene was set for a stunning occasion. 

Enjoy taking the journey through Daniel and Tyson's wedding day story.

Venue: Ben Lomond Station, Moke Lake, Queenstown. 
Suits: MJ Bale
Tents: Schupepe Tents

This wedding was featured in Issue 12 of Together Journal. Available for purchase around New Zealand, Australia and the USA. 

Photography by Cameron.

Anj + James // Jaisalmer Wedding Photographer

I’m not even sure where to start with this wedding, this is possibly one of the most extravagant weddings we’ve shot. Anj and James flew me to Jaisalmer, a small town in the desert of Northern India, to photograph their wedding. Their friends and family flew from throughout NZ and Australia to join them at the huge castle where they held their party.

The thing about India is that things are almost always not what you expect, this was definitely the case for Anj and James’ wedding, but in the best way possible. From the baby lambs that arrived at the 'farmers dinner', to the never ending supply of camels and the amazing tribal musicians that made the days and nights so special, there was always something a little unexpected happening. 

James and Anj, you are amazing. Thanks for letting me be part of your celebration, this is certainly one I’ll never forget!

The post was made with Narrative (I have no idea how I would have organised 10,000 images without it!)
Photography by James

The day before the wedding.

The wedding day.