Rarotonga – It really was a little slice of paradise, spotting whales breaching the surface everyday, sipping on cool drinks, scootering around to find our next meal of fresh fish and island fries. We are so lucky to have this island as a neighbour. This was my second visit to Raro, and what I loved about it was that not much had changed …. ok it has changed – the coffee is way
I love editorial work, I get the best of everything. People, food, culture, home and heart. Here’s the latest…. The Tea Rooms at Shamrock Cottage.
From humble beginnings – a trip to the council, picnic basket in hand and Judith’s big idea to take over the adorable heritage house at 79 Selwyn Rd. The Tea Rooms at Shamrock Cottage is an overly lovable and comforting spot
Who says family photos have to be outside? We gave Charlotte (Lottie) a very warm welcome with gorgeous images in Kat and Phil’s family home. The light was just right and Abel (Lotties older Brother) got to have some fun too. I have photographed the Robinson family a few times now, and its is always such pleasure to work with them and see the family change.
Welcome Lottie you are just a
Corrie contacted me, because like a lot of business owners they wanted to build strong imagery into their branding. I got so excited, because as well as weddings I LOVE LOVE LOVE working with business owners. Corrie was a little nervous at first and I helped nurture her through what can be a very vulnerable shoot for some people. I am so proud of her putting her best foot forward. Maybe you would
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