As time has passed, I have fallen more and more in love with capturing moments and meeting so many wonderful people I cannot see myself ever doing anything else.
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I am Emma, full time photographer, dog lover, linen enthusiast and Kath & Kim addict. I was born and raised near the ocean in Busselton on the coast of Western Australia. I am a simple soul who enjoys the smaller things in life. Hot coffee, sunsets over the water and travelling my beautiful country. I married my sweet man five years ago and together we have a beautiful blonde headed boy (Cooper) and a large pooch named Judy. I started photography to capture the world around me and preserve memories.
As time has passed, I have fallen more and more in love with capturing moments and meeting so many wonderful people I cannot see myself ever doing anything else. I always wondered earlier in my life if I would ever find something so fulfilling that keeps me driving and striving to be better everyday and photography has done that for me. When it comes to my photography style, I am laid back and non-obtrusive. I always try bringing and creating light-heartedness during a wedding day and photography session. My style is non posed, and I am to create natural emotions to bring to life the real you in every image I capture. If you feel like I would be a good fit to capture your special moments, please get in touch with me.
I grew up in Busselton with my mum, dad, two brothers and a sister. My family is massive- so cousins, aunties and uncles have always been a big part of my life and we are all very close (think My Big Fat Greek Wedding but we aren’t Greek)
I had the best childhood with camping trips, snorkelling in Exmouth and watching the footy.
My family consists of my beautiful husband Adam, my little dude Cooper and my adorable pooch Judy. We live a happy life in the beautiful South West, we have travelled together to many wonderful places and love being all together with our extended families.
why i take photos
I started my photography business journey full steam ahead; I did not know if I was going to make it, but I dove in headfirst. I cannot say it has been easy every day. I have had tears, moments of wanting to give up and quit but I always find myself coming back to my reason and my why for being a photographer. I want to be able to tell my son and my future children that I fought, persisted and never gave up on anything I wanted to achieve in my life and business and that it’s possible to stick out tough situations as the reward is so much sweeter at the end.