Well this was definitely the last wedding for the year and what a way to celebrate the bringing in of the new year. 2 beautiful people that found each other, lived on opposite sides of the world from each other and now have committed themselves to each other under the covenant of marriage. In a few days Ben will move with his new wife from the country of Oz to his new home town in Texas USA.

It was such a great day with the prospect of a few showers here or there we were not phased and let the day roll on. Sunny and Ben were married at 4pm in the Gleniffer Church just out from Bellingen on the NSW North Coast. They shared their day with friends and family and partied on back at “The Old Butter Factory” in Bellingen.

There were a few little treasures on the day that were shared or given. Sunny got Ben some cuff links that had the Latitude and Longitude of the Church where they were married. Sunny wore her best friends bracelet that her friend wore on her wedding day, not to mention travelling from the States to attend Sunny & Bens wedding. It was a day full of plenty of surprises. Sunnys 2 amazingly talents children played a song each for the newly weds as well as Ben giving his own rendition of Eric Claptons “Wonderful tonight” especially for Sunny =)

Anyway hope you guys have a wonderful life together =) Enjoy your pics and to those who feel like they want to leave a comment please do so =)

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  • Sunny Nunan : ) - Wow. All we can say is we don’t know how you do what you do but we’re so glad you do it! Scott, having you as our photographer was so much more than we ever imagined. Your creativity coupled with how much you care delivers an end result that truly exceeds our expectations. Your work is inspirational and we are so thankful. You are a gem and we again, are so appreciative. These pictures are magical and thank you thank you for getting them on your blog so quickly!!!! Much Love, Sunny & Ben Nunan : )ReplyCancel

  • Kris Emery - Thank you for taking the most beautiful pictures of my gorgeous little sister and her man. It was very difficult not being with her for her wedding and seeing these pictures mean everything to me.ReplyCancel

  • Kelly Castellano-Linton - Scott….Never have I ever seen such beautiful wedding pictures where true deep love is shown through the lense like you have captured with my awesome sister Sunny and my wonderful brother in law Ben. You truly define the meaning of true love between these two. Thank you for your beautiful gifted talent….I cried with each and every picture you took!! Sunny and Ben are blessed to have found you to keep their wedding memories alive forever!!!ReplyCancel

Last week was the wedding of Amy and Andrew, they were married at the Anglican Church of Coffs Harbour an had their reception at the Bonville Golf Resort. It looked like it could have been the day for the worst weather but I felt good about the chance of change for the afternoon. What an afternoon it was =) From the moment we walked out of the church it was beautiful blue sky and sun. We had a lot of fun with the bridal party throughout the shoot and Amy and Andrew were just amazing together =)

Enjoy these pics and I will look forward to catching up soon =) Feel free to leave a comment =)

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  • Michael and Alexine Thompson - Fantastic shots. We are here in LA California with the Oldies (Amy’s parents). They have tears in their eyes. Seriously, great work. Beautiful stuff.ReplyCancel

  • Ron and Deb Hannaford - We can hardly believe how amazing these shots are! Thanks Scott for your incredible work to catch such amazing moments with so much meaning and creativity!!! We are in awe. What a beautiful day it was!!! Look forward to seeing all the photos in the days ahead. Can’t wait!!!!!ReplyCancel

  • Kelsey Marshall - Such an eye you have, Sir, to capture the exquisite! The poignancy of the day was definitely captured in your viewfinder. Thanks for these exceptional pictures. I am enjoying them from afar–in the Washington, DC, area. But your photography has that “you-are-there!” quality. I especially appreciate your focus on Amy’s wedding gown. What a work of art that is–fit for a princess that she is to so many. Lovely having a glimpse of the beauty of the day. BRAVO.ReplyCancel

  • Mikaela H. - Scott, Scott, Scott… You captured the spirit of the day, the real reason we were all together for Andrew and Amy and the reason they were getting married: for the love. There is no denying the show of affection and care for everyone in these photos and you’ve seized the joy shared by Andrew and Amy. Absolutely magnificent. Thank you.ReplyCancel

  • Bev Murrill - Fantastic photos and what a beautiful bride… this is an exquisite portfolio of photos… what a great photographer and everyone looks stunning.ReplyCancel

  • Kathy Thorpe - What a BEAUTIFUL Wedding, so enjoyed looking through these GLORIOUS photos, Well Done Scott!!!!! Although we were not there in person, we were with you all in Spirit and pray for a long and happy love filled life for the happy couple. Do hope they will call in when next at the Brush!!!!! Lots of love from the Thorpes, Jaspers Brush, NSW, Australia.ReplyCancel

It was nice to have such a beautiful day to photograph the wedding of Courtney and Josh. These guys were such fun to hang out with. The day went off without a hitch, both bride and groom were calm and relaxed… well it seemed that way from my point of view =) The ceremony was beautiful and instead of heading off for any other locations Courtney and Josh wanted to stay around the Villa so they could spend a bit more time with their beloved friends and family =)

Courtney and Josh I know you will be itching to see this post so I hope your love it and I love forward to chatting to you both soon =) Feel free to leave a thought =)

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  • court - Hi Scott!!
    Thanks so much for everything on the day – these shots are fantastic!!!
    Can’t wait to see more 🙂 🙂
    Court & Josh xReplyCancel

I headed to Yamba on the North Coast over the weekend for the wedding of Kate & Adam. I was really excited for this wedding as Yamba is such a beautiful place and Kate and Adam are such a wonderful couple. I nearly didn’t make the trip though as the night before the wedding I slipped something out in my lower back. So early Saturday morning I had my amazing Chiro come in on his day off to put me into alignment. I called upon the services of my best mate Paul from Saltwater Photography to give me some support for the day and also be there in case I put my back out again.

I just wanted to say that Kate’s dress was made by her sister-in-law, it was so amazing there were 7000 beads all sewn by hand… AMAZING! Not only did she make the wedding dress but also the flower girls and I think the brides maids…Correct me if I am wrong on that one… What a stella job!

All went well throughout the day, the ceremony was held on Turners beach and we had a few beautiful locations to photograph at. The bridal party was a blast and I must thank Zoolander for his excellent participation throughout the day…What a legend =) And to Paul my amazing friend, thanks for the backup you made the feel totally safe all day. You Rock =)

Kate and Adam, have a wonderful honeymoon and I hope you enjoy the picks =)

So Much detail…Just stunning.

This is Zoolander….No Really =) Super funny guys and made the day so much fun!

The boys weren’t allowed to look until the girls were ready to walk down the aisle…

There were sooo many photographers at this wedding…

On the way home to Coffs we ran into the coolest storm, so we decided to stop on the side of the road to capture a few shots… Nice way to finish a wedding day!

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  • James - Hey Scott, I love a great photograph, of which there are many and I love Yamba. Love your work.

    Cheers
    JamesReplyCancel