Wedding Photographer in Wellington

Your wedding day is likely to go by in a blur, and that’s why you need a photographer to capture every moment for you. Jo Moore has 15 years of industry experience and specializes in both portrait and wedding photography.

She will showcase your unique personality and capture genuine moments that you can look back on and cherish.

August & Vine

August & Vine is a wedding photographer based in Wellington that specialises in relaxed and intimate photography. They capture all the epic moments of your special day to create beautiful photographs that are unique to you. They also offer a personal and exceptional service to all their clients.

The couple met Cade Chudy, a US-based travelling photographer, on Facebook after finding his advertising on a wedding-related page. He was offering packages of edited photos and video with drone footage for a $2000 fee. He delivered 1500 unsalvageable sample photos, then ghosted the Brattys.

A good photographer has tens of thousands of dollars worth of kit, is on their feet for 12 hours on your wedding day and spends a long time editing the photos afterwards. The Brattys didn’t report Chudy to police because they couldn’t sue him for breach of contract if he was overseas. Consumer New Zealand recommends checking sellers’ online profiles and contacting the tradesman before handing over money.

Auburn Photography

It is not unusual for an artist to be inspired by another and to allude to or imitate them in homage. But it is less common that such an interaction becomes the basis of a significant project and that two artists with such distinctive practices—sculptor Cat Auburn and photographer Fiona Pardington—come together to create such a compelling synergy of work as in ’Looking Up To You’.

Various views of Mount Auburn Cemetery from the late 19th century including Bigelow Chapel, Consecration Dell, and the Sphinx. Image by Richard Cheek, 35mm color slide.

Cabinet Card photographs (as shown here) consisted of photographic prints mounted on cards of varying sizes that were widely distributed and popular in the mid-to-late 1800s. In her sculptural work, After ‘Still Life with Dying Purple Dahlia’, Auburn reproduces an image from this series using objects that she sources locally: the lilies from a local dairy, the tamarillo from Mirimar New World, and a Eiffel Tower souvenir trinket.

Michelle Davies Photography

This wedding photographer in Wellington believes that your big day is the beginning of a lifelong love story, and should be honoured with beautiful photos that reflect that unique tale. She specialises in candid images that centre on real happiness, capturing genuine moments for a lasting narrative. She also works closely with couples before the day to ensure a smooth experience.

With a natural style, Auburn Photography is all about connecting with each couple and embracing their quirks to create stunning wedding images that are uniquely them. She’s a photojournalist at heart, always searching for that magical moment – a sideways glance, a giggle or a hug.

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