The thing about capturing weddings is that you really have no idea where the day will take you.
Sure you plan and have a pretty good logistical idea of how it will unfold.
But starting this wedding of Emma and Keith’s on a bright sunny day I had no idea of the majesty that we would encounter later in the day.
My fellow photographers around the world have commented on how lucky I am to shoot in such incredible locations, I guess that’s true to a certain point. What I consider I am truly lucky for is to have couples like Keith and Emma. Who on their wedding day, happily chuck themselves on a rock, thousands of metres above the valley floor buffeted by 120 knot winds, throwing sleet and snow in their faces. It’s not something most couples buy into on their wedding day, luckily mine do.
And personally I think they’re rewarded for it.
Emma and Keith thank you for being so amazing. Here’s a little glimpse of what I encountered on your day….
Hit play, kick back and scroll away my friends.
Thanks to the following heroes for helping to craft this amazing Queenstown Wedding;
Venue: Walter Peak Station
Transport: TSS Earnslaw
Celebrant: Michelle Kempthorne
Hair: Beautiful Bridal Hair
Makeup: Kirsty Lohmann
Cake: Kristy Townsend
Flowers: Wanaka Wedding Flowers
And a massive congrats to my good friends Emma and Keith. Just incredible.