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About george

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Hey there! My name is George and I’m a wedding photographer based in Melbourne. I was actually born and raised in this awesome city, but I moved away for a few years. I came home to study photography at RMIT – after completing my degree, I knew that Melbourne was the only place I wanted to be and decided to stay.

Nowadays, I call Coburg home, and I live there with my adorable cat, Harvey. When I’m not snapping photos at weddings, you’ll often find me at the cinema checking out the latest flicks. I’m a huge movie buff and I love getting lost in a good film.

In addition to wedding photography, I also work as a studio assistant and a freelance fashion and portrait photographer. I’m super passionate about photography, and I feel incredibly lucky to be able to make a living doing something that I truly love. I’m committed to capturing all of the special moments from your big day and creating beautiful, timeless photos that you’ll treasure forever.


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It wasn’t until my sister’s wedding that I realised just how much I enjoyed capturing the special moments of a wedding day. I was honoured to stand by her side as her bridesman, and I found myself snapping photos throughout the day, capturing all of the joy and love that filled the air. Seeing the looks of pure happiness on the faces of my sister and her partner made me realise that I wanted to be a part of creating that same kind of magic for other couples.

As a member of the LGBTQIA2S+ community myself, I understand the importance of creating an inclusive and welcoming environment for everyone. I strive to create a positive energy that allows couples to be themselves and feel comfortable in front of the camera. My goal is to capture the unique beauty of each and every love story, no matter who you are or who you love.

My photos may not look like the traditional wedding photos we see, but there’s a good reason for that. I come from a commercial fashion and portrait background and studied photographic processing at RMIT, so I always apply best processing practices to all of my images. What does this mean for you? It means that I’m always going to ensure that each and every one of the images you receive have been post-processed in a way that avoids any “clipping”. Clipping is basically when the light or dark parts of an image are too blown out, which doesn’t translate well to printing. By making sure that there’s no generic filter applied over the entire album, I’m safeguarding your wedding album for the future. All of the images will be carefully processed for professional printing, so whichever ones you decide to print will come out looking absolutely perfect.

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