So sometimes the weather doesn’t play fair for a wedding and I’m not going to tell a porky, Katherine and Rowan indeed experienced a dash of weather. Did it change their meticulously laid plans, yeah, did it negatively impact their wedding?

Heck no.

I’ve never experienced a wedding where they shrugged off literally days and days of work and just got on with having the best day of their lives. Mud, rain and all.

It was amazing.

This is a particularly long story, so I strongly suggest filling your glasses, pop some great tunes on and enjoying this awesome tale.

A huge thank you to Katherine and Rowan for being the best couple to stand in an ankle deep muddy crop field ever. To the awesome Bridesmaids and Groomsmen for being such good company and sports. And to the Skurr and Armstrong families for being so welcoming and making me feel like a family friend the whole day.  And Stu I totally love your sheds and collections.

 

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I absolutely loved looking through these images. You’ve captured so much fun and energy. The couples photos are so gorgeous too.

Smoking hot work Mr Jim!!!! What a wedding, and amazingly captured.

Katherine Armstrong

Jim,
YOU ARE A LEGEND!

Thank you soo much for shooting our wedding day; in the mud, the rain, amongst burning hot sparklers and demons on the dance floor. You have captured the true essence as the day unfolded and we are super stoked with all of the incredible images. It’s hard to believe it was just one day!

I would have to admit, I was pretty nervous about the weather and the gloomy grey skies, but being the super star you are, with your ammunition of cameras and lens, and an eye for spotting photo locations, we have an incredible array of wedding snaps!
Who would have thought the shearing shed would be the spot for wedding photos!
I am still in stitches about the ‘wobbly face’ photos. Ah – may –zing.

Love your work