Connecting with like-minded, kind & warm couples who value the way I see things will always be what drives me. It's so incredibly rewarding to create a visual legacy of a wedding day. Hooking up with genuinely good people makes all the difference. I’m eternally grateful that so many wonderful couples have trusted me to tell their stories over the years. 

You can check out a few of my favourites here.

When I’m not shooting professionally, you’ll find me either hanging out with my kids or spending time with friends and family. I love a great coffee and will drive crazy distances to get it. I'm a mad-keen golfer, mountain biker and trail runner too. If I travel to your wedding, there's a fair chance that I will scout for locations while running around your town / farm / city. I love to travel and I’m usually up for any kind of adventure, especially if it takes place in the great outdoors – I’m there in a heartbeat.

Thanks for stopping by and checking out my work. I really do appreciate you taking the time to explore what I have to offer. If you like what you see, let’s have a chat about your big day. I can’t wait to hear from you!

Even I look at the above intro and think maybe that's a bit over the top but I swear every word of it is true. I've been snowed on during a ceremony. I've had early stages of hypothermia from standing in alpine streams too long. I've been sunburned so bad I may have actually cried but I wouldn't change a thing. I love the challenge of telling stories with photos wherever they happen to lead me. Always have, always will.

My name is Luke and I’m an Australian wedding photographer based in Wagga Wagga, New South Wales. I live on the outskirts of town with my amazing wife Megan and our three beautiful children. Family is everything to me and I love being a husband and a dad above all else.

I’ve been a full time Wagga Wedding Photographer for around 10 years now. I’ve spent a large portion of that time travelling all over the place, capturing people in love on the best day of their lives. From mountain-top ceremonies in New Zealand to open air receptions in the Australian desert and everywhere in-between, I’ve seen so many wonderful things and met so many warm and kind people on this amazing journey. This job is more than just a way to make a living. It's also my passion and I can’t imagine doing anything else.