Travel dates

If you'd like to meet me along the way

After a non-stop start to 2023, travelling from Europe to Singapore, Australia to Bali, and everywhere in-between, I’m excited to keep meeting you around the world to document your love stories in the last months of 2023, and throughout 2024.

The Italian season isn’t over, with shoots still to go everywhere from the Amalfi Coast to the Dolomites, finishing up in November between Tuscany and Umbria. Not before I spend October in Portugal though – a chance to start setting up my new home base while catching up on editing (what else?!).

As usual, I’m planning to fly back to WA via Bali (taking a few days just for myself, to adjust to jetlag and surf everyday), ready to dive into West Australia’s summer at the start of December (where I still have some availability, so get in touch!).

As for 2024?

I’ll hang out in Australia until sometime in March, with my first Italian wedding booking confirmed for April 14. It’ll be all systems go from there, rotating between Portugal and Italy.

The biggest news of all – I’ll only be accepting 3 weddings & elopements per month!! This is so that I can really give my all to those of you who book me and trust me to document your story.

Portrait bookings will be limited, and only open once those 3 wedding bookings are confirmed, but I’m more than happy to add your name to my wait list if you’d like to ensure your spot.

Want to meet me along the way?

All you need to do is reach out via my contact form, or hit me up at

December 7 through March 2023:
Whadjuk Noongar Boodja (West Australia, on Noongar land)

APRIL 2024:
Portugal / 4 - 12
Milano / 12 - 14
Lake Como / 14 - 16
Rome / 24 - 26
Milano / 26 - 29
Lake Garda / 29 - 30

MAY 2024:
Lake Garda / 1 - 2
Amalfi Coast / 14 - 17

JUNE 2024:
Umbria / 7 – 10
Lake Como / 10 - 13
Tuscany / 24 – 28

Puglia / 15 - 21
Lake Garda / 23 - 30

Dolomites / 18 - 24

Whadjuk Noongar Boodja (West Australia, on Noongar land)

Travel Dates

Oh hey, that’s me! 

I didn't actually take my first airplane until I was 18 years old, which was also the first time I ever left West Australia, the state where I was born. And yet, even as a kid, I always knew I wanted to travel. I dreamt of exploring faraway lands, much like some of my favourite characters in the books I used to adore. I even tried to teach myself French when I was 6-years old (true story!). 

It's hard to imagine how that kid would feel seeing me now - living in Italy and Portugal, learning languages and really getting to know the places I visit. This world of ours is filled with beauty - there's always a golden sunset somewhere, or a view that will take your breath away. And there's even more beauty in the details, the characteristic laneways, the cracked facades, the painted tiles. 

This is part of the experience that I'd love to share with you - of travelling slowly, while celebrating your life and your greatest love. 

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