Hello friends,

I've realised I haven't posted anything in a while. I seem to be drowning in a gigantic puddle of photos to edit. The way I would describe myself lately would be... working full time during the day waking up at 5am then coming back home at 6pm turning on the laptop and editing for endless hours (while watching Korean drama), late night coffees, smudged eye make up, and the occasional frequent chocolate fix to keep me going.
I must say though, I am loving it. I wrote a Facebook status the other day saying how much of a privilege it is to photograph people who are in love. Being surrounded by family and friends in a happy environment makes me ridiculously hyper active after every wedding (I'm literally singing out loud in the car back home).

What's more, every single wedding speech I listen to I get this silly grin on my face and I start to think about my amazing husband and  how blessed I am to have him. So when I'm home, my husband gets a super mushy Farrah, and I'm pretty sure he loves that.

So despite the busyness of it all, I see the blessing and the positive sides to it and I am thoroughly grateful. Any 14 hour day job that makes you energetic and hungry for life is a sign of a dream job.

In other news...I've been shooting more film, meeting more photographers and finding inspiration through artists. I'm looking at less wedding photography and more art blogs, constantly my mind is blown. It's such a refreshing feeling to not have to compare my work to other photographers and look outside the square for inspiration.

How are you lately?


(All images taken on my iPhone and by me)

Vienna snaps - part 2


I know I know, I haven't been very diligent with my blog posting, or even my European photos, but it has been a busy couple of months with more wedding bookings and engagement shoots. But I'm slowly getting there.
Today I'm sharing with you some snaps of Vienna again (part 2). This was my favourite castle/palace to visit so far "Schonbrunn Palace", not of its exterior but mainly the history and generally the variety of activities you can do in the one place. If you ever go, you must do the 40 room audio tour guide if you're into history I thought it was really informative and well organised. The rooms are also incredibly beautiful! It's hard to imagine that a family could live there. Another activity which I also enjoyed was the Apple Strudel class where they teach you how to make it from scratch! it's part of the ticketing price and you also get a complementary Apple Strudel with Viennese coffee, yes please.

As you can see they have beautiful gardens and forests you can get lost in with so many squirrels to play with. So much fun to be had. One thing we didn't have time for was the Zoo, we just didn't have the time. You really need at least two days to see the whole palace.


Magnus & Victoria - Engagement | Kew

Hello friends!

Today I share with you a lovely couple shoot which happened on a seriously unpredictable Melbourne weather. I must say though, Victoria & Magnus totally rocked it given that we had rain every two seconds and sun shine, then rain, then sun. No surprises there, Melbourne.

Thank you Victoria & Magnus for a great day, looking forward to your wedding day in November!


I'd be happy if Friday repeats itself, it was pretty magical.