Again what???? The Huffington Post just included our work in their list of '25 Of The Most Extraordinary Wedding Photos Of The Year'. Umm ok, this is... I don't even know. Suzanne and Pete you two are legends. Thanks to all our couples for all the support and trust you have given us over the years. We still can't believe we are here.
Wow what????? Hello Junebug's Best Wedding Photos of 2017 😮 So honored to be here with some of the greatest photographers in the world. Massive thanks goes out to our couples who trust us to document their adventures. We are so thankful to you all, and can't believe how far your support has taken us. Also thanks so much to our community of awesome photographers around the world. We are excited to be part of the growing supportive and friendly community of photographers world wide. You guys kickass 🌈🌈🌈🌈
Wait... WTF just happened? This doesn't quite feel real. But somehow here we are, amongst the best in the world. Wow. Weird.
Just getting nominated was a huge honour, that was enough for us. To have our work looked at alongside the most talented photographers in the world was super exciting. We were sure we wouldn't get selected.
We were travelling for weddings when we got the news that we had been nominated. We weren't going home before we needed to make our submission, so we did it all on the road between weddings. We didn't have access to our full collection of images either. We were editing jpgs (gross).
And then it happened. And we don't really know what to say.
Huge thanks to all our amazing couples. We couldn't have done it without you trusting us, letting us be ourselves (with all the weirdness that entails), and being open to going a little outside the box with your wedding photos. You guys are so damn awesome.
So here are some of the images that got us a spot among Rangefinder's 30 Rising Stars of wedding photography.
We have been travelling around the world for the last five months, meeting awesome people, eating too much, sleeping in a tree house, climbing up mountains, sleeping under the stars, getting lost, avoiding rattlesnakes, making new friends, and photographing kick-ass weddings. But we are back, in little old New Zealand again. So don't be a stranger, stop in for a coffee/dinner/long conversation and stay up way too late on a school night. We will be here for the next few months and we want to see your face. So be sure to say hello.
It's so good to be home.