There's a very exciting announcement I've been sitting on for a little while (not literally!) regarding the upcoming Inaugural Spring Wedding Fair at Providore Place, Devonport. And now I can finally stop sitting on it (sheesh, not literally, you guys are incorrigible!) and share the details . . .
The incredibly talented Meg Cowell has generously offered her bespoke wedding gown photography and fine art service to a bride from the wedding fair who books their wedding photography package with Look See. It's valued at $2,200 and includes: the photography service, the steam and restore of the gown and a beautiful, large-scale, archival Giclee print (framing purchased separately). Each gown is carefully suspended and arranged in pure fresh water (this causes no damage to the material). Visit her website and Instagram to see examples of her work and her recent projects. All you need to do is bring along the card (see below) from the fair's goodie bag, book and pay for your wedding photography package in full. The prize goes to the first confirmed booking - it's very much a case of first in, best dressed! There is one prize only up for grabs and the prize is not redeemable for cash.
The very hugest of thankyous to Meg, not only for her lovely gift but also for her time while we've been working together on this special giveaway, it's been awesome getting to know you, Meg! Please show her some love by checking out her work via the links above and if you're in Hobart, by visiting Penny Contemporary.
If you're planning on coming along to the wedding fair on Sunday 09th September, make sure you pop in and say hello! It would be great to see you there!
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I tell you what, I had a pretty awesome afternoon with my mum, my sister, her partner and my nephew today. We made our way out to Latrobe for the Chocolate Winterfest, starting at Anvers to check out how chocolate is made - I think my nephew Yogi is pretty keen to try some for the first time; he was fascinated with the people participating in the chocolate-making masterclass!
After that we went to Latrobe and had a very lovely lunch at Madame M cafe, which we can very much recommend.
We also had a little bit of a stroll around town and it was really lovely to see some signs of early spring dotted around the place. I don't know about you, but I'm very happy to start seeing a bit more light during the afternoons (a bit being the operative word, but it's there and that's what counts!)
Hope you had a great weekend, whatever you got up to!
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I don't know about you, but what is better than beautiful fresh flowers? Anything? Nope, pretty sure there isn't!
Last spring I was asked to help produce some new imagery for Flowerdale Flowers as they were in the process of updating their website. They've had a complete brand revamp thanks to the talented Cain Lazenby over at Niche Ignite. The bonus of being asked to help out was that I was able to take some lilies home with me, wait (kind of patiently) for them to bloom and then photograph them. I also got to visit onsite and see their process from start to finish - I'd never been inside the glasshouse before (locals will know exactly the structure I'm talking about!) but had driven past it many many times when heading out to visit mum and dad at Boat Harbour. I remember when it was first being built and I thought to myself how much I'd like to see what it was like in there! It's an amazing space, I kind of got a bit addicted to all those lovely lines and the beautiful light.
Massive thanks to Cain, Rob and Lou for helping to organise the visit, the flowers and for asking me to help with the photography in the first place!
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For the longest time I promised myself that as soon as I was able to, I'd invest in a professionally designed logo for Look See. Up until then, I made do with making something up myself in Photoshop and even using Canva most recently. And that was fine, but I was never really 100% happy with what I'd created for myself. There is really nothing as good as what someone can do professionally for you and your business - if you're in a similar position and have been sitting on the fence about it, get off that fence! It is so well worth the investment. And, for me, that investment was always going to be a logo designed by Joel. I've been a huge fan of his work for what feels like the longest time. Every single time I looked at someone's logo and thought, Gosh I love that! it was one of his. Last month I asked him if he'd be on board with creating something for me and the above is the end result - and I bloody love it!
The process itself was incredibly simple and super efficient. Joel managed to distill who I am and what I try to do with my photography into a beautiful and classic design. You can check out his work and pricing here. I wholeheartedly recommend getting in touch with him if you're after awesome, hand-drawn, custom-designed branding!
Thanks again, Joel!
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