Falling in love is not something that happens literally to people, unless you're Hamish, of course. Eight years ago he walked into a student flat in Palmerston North and was so overwhelmed when he saw his future wife for the very first time that he fell over the clothes horse. A few impressive dance moves the following night (which he busted out again on their wedding day) and Bridget was his. Forever, as it turned out. Looking back, Bridget reckons their Hawke's Bay wedding at The Old Church in Meeanee, Napier, was the absolute best day of their lives, and I was so happy that having me there with my camera contributed to that.
"Everyone's advice to us was that 'you need to take time to enjoy the day, just the two of you, and take it all in'", explained Bridget.
"When we refleted on the day, we thought you really helped make that possible by giving us so much time together when you were taking snaps and that was really special. You made me feel so beautiful on the day and were so discrete. You knew from the start that photography was one, if not the most, important aspect of the wedding to us and we truly believe we got the best in Hawke's Bay," said Bridget.