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The Way We Eat Now by Bee Wilson 4th Estate The award-winning writer surveys food around the world, and argues that the way most people currently eat is not sustainable — either for human health or the planet. Honeymoon planning and a destination guide inspired by the upcoming release of Game of Thrones Season 8 Finale! I started in documenting my experience when I lived and travelled around the UK. For our own wedding we made the mistake of choosing a photographer who wasn't in the industry and were left with no photos of us together with our then 2 year old daughter, which weighs on my mind that we missed these memories, It has been this experience that has fueled me to capture weddings and provide my couples with epic wedding photography and lasting memories!
I'm based in Brisbane but love travelling all over Australia for Weddings. This year I get to travel quite a bit which I am really looking forward to! My typical day has two school runs for Miss 8yo and then pretty much revolves around my little cyclone 4yo. We play barbies, lego, sylvanians, lots of drawing and craft. I work on my own craft editing photos at night past their bedtime.
If I am just staring at you, don't be alarmed, I am just planning the next epic shot in my mind!
So much effort goes unseen behind the scenes, location scouting, prepping equipment and then I'm usually on my feet for hours, so it's wonderful when clients make sure get a meal when they do at the venue. Growing up next to the sea I developed a passion for surfing, and through that, surf videography. I started documenting the characters and intricacies of the ocean from a young age and quickly fell in love with the process of capturing these unique moments.
All vendors that are an integral part of your wedding reception or that are by your side for long periods of time throughout the day. This editorial draws on romantic elements from the height of the Victorian fashionable 'ton', combining a wild bohemian essence full of rich flowing materials, raw textural elements and delicate blooms to create a modern look that resonates with today's modern woman. This incredibly talented team are no strangers to the pages of our magazine, but with each session we encounter, we fall just a little more in love with their; unique style, passion for the industry and abounding creativity.
We just know you will love them as much as we do, so sit back, do yourself a favour and click through the credits below to learn more about this incredible bunch of women that inspire us daily! We are still drooling over the styling of this floral backdrop created by the lovely and extremely talented Sarah from Southerly Flower Farm that feature a wide array of dried and fresh florals that create an untamed textural crescent backdrop that seems to leap forward to embrace the teams bride and groom, Candace and Timothy and draw them closer.
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We particularly love the balance of dark russet tones with the soft peaches and pinks against the bold bright pops of tangerine and mustards. The modern bridal look that the team created for Candace is not only unconventionally different but a nod to the modern brides way of choosing clean lines and effortless style over a more traditional formal gown. Her hair and make up for both the ceremony and the after party were created by Gabriella Bordo and is a true testament of her incredible style.
Timothy not to be outdone rocked not only killer moves but a stunning rust suit and matching fedora with an incredible knitted turtleneck sweater and delicate floral buttonhole. Convincing Britt that a picnic was really what he wanted he teased her all morning by telling her that he had made up a new rhyme for her but refusing to tell her what it was.
The team chose a colour palette that was softly romantic, incorporating tones of grey and light blue with creams and touches of gold that highlighted the historic elegance of the teams chosen venue, Old Customs House in Fremantle. The tablescape featured grey and white ceramic plates with opulent gold cutlery and hand torn calligraphy menus, the romantic vibe was highlight further though layered feminine silk napkins and a one of kind hand dyed ombre velvet runner that lay over a calligraphy paper scroll that cascaded down the table.
Waterford crystal glassware housed signature cocktails and hand painted cookies, mini donuts added a whimsical personal touch. A truly spectacular light blue French lace and tulle gown from Loui Col Designs had the teams bride looking like she had just stepped from the pages of a fairy-tale and this whimsical look was heightened through, a soft romantic up-do and subtle smoky eye created by the teams expert Hair and Makeup Artist, The Pretty Parlour.
Wild unkempt garden inspired floral styling pulled the romantic whimsical look together crafted by Willow Lane Creative. The absolute highlight of this editorial for us however was the adorable addition of two gorgeous bunnies, Rocky and Pablo and has us dreaming of Easter Weddings and Easter egg hunts. Nicknamed Boozy Suzie this spectacular caravan bar is the ultimate addition to any event with four beer taps and a tonne of optional inclusions and is a bohemian brides dream!
She is big, peachy and we are in love! Captured by Wolf and Wildflower Photography this session was held at Stanley Park, a privately-owned waterfront estate located at Fullerton Cove. The Victorian homestead sits amongst twenty-eight acres of meticulously manicured lawns and features a giant fig tree that towers over the homestead. Across the lawn a rustic and spacious barn, offers spectacular water and sunset views that photographers dream about and is truly a perfect location for any celebration.
The spectacular styling was a joint effort by stylists, Behind the Scenes Event Hire and master florists, Floristry, who worked together to create a wildly bohemian, yet romantic setting in shades of pink, blush and rusts, which became the perfect backdrop for the teams musician, Lo Monaco, to set the mood for the session. Samuel the teams dapper groom wore a suit in a stunning shade of baby blue with a darkly patterned navy tie and buttonhole of stunning pink blooms.
The couple met briefly through mutual friends in the summer of and whilst Brittney had an immediate crush on Mike, he was thinking she was completely uninterested. As fate would have it they crossed paths again six months later at a wine fair, having made it very clear to her friends that she was excited to see Mike again, they put her name and contact info in his phone. Our theatre is not just a place where dance is presented, but a producing house that makes dance happen through supporting artists and commissioning and producing work. Importantly, we do this both to develop the art form and to offer our audiences the chance to experience great dance - to learn, experiment, be enthralled and inspired.
Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker responds with an uninhibited, masculine and non-classical vocabulary, whilst Maguy Marin creates an exhilarating whirlwind where life is reduced to a race against death.
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Supported by Arts Council England, The Movement aims to nurture talent and bring large scale dance productions to even wider audiences. Booking opens to members from Wednesday 17 May at 10am. Since , it has helped to bring over new dance works to the stage and its award-winning commissions and collaborative productions regularly tour internationally. Located in Islington, north London, the current theatre is the sixth to have stood on the site since it was first built by Richard Sadler in Wayne McGregor CBE Choreographer Born in , Wayne McGregor is a multi-award winning British choreographer and director, internationally renowned for trailblazing innovations in performance that have redefined dance in the modern era.
He is the Artistic Director of Studio Wayne McGregor, the creative engine of his life-long choreographic enquiry into thinking through and with the body. It encompasses his extensive creative collaborations across dance, film, music, visual art, technology and science; Company Wayne McGregor, his own touring company of dancers founded in ; and highly specialized learning and research programmes. McGregor has made over thirty works for his company and today it continues to be his laboratory for ambitious and experimental new choreography, touring his work across the UK and around the world.
McGregor is also Resident Choreographer at The Royal Ballet, where his productions are acclaimed for their daring reconfiguring of classical language.