Seed + Salt was thought up whilst re branding from MC after getting married. It took some time to create a name that resembled my style and the places I love to be when photographing a session.
Country + Coast came to mind.. My childhood home on 13 acres with beautiful whiskey grass (those glowing seeds at the top) and the coast we’re we spent all our spare time waiting on waves because my Dad was a surfer!!
When I think of Seed + Salt, I don’t only think of myself and my childhood - I think of the idyllic locations that surround us on the beautiful Mid North Coast of NSW - close to every wave is a paddock of glowing grass!
I've loved photography for many years. It has always been a huge passion of mine from a very little age. I could sit for hours and look through old photos as a kid, evoking those childhood memories. Always carrying a camera on me to capture friends and life through my teen years. Then into an amazing inspiring career at age 26.
I must thank my little legends that continue to inspire me since bringing them into the world and a wonderful supportive hubby.
I'm a lover of action and adventure. I also love the raw intimate moments. I find it hard to believe that my clients simply have no idea what I’m taking until they receive their gallery. Then the feedback keeps me on this path. As life passes by so quick, we really must freeze enough moments to cherish until we're old.
My goal is to make you feel relaxed and comfortable in my presence. I promise to make you laugh lots during a session, the double chin type and to truly connect without the awkward smiles.
At the end of the day, all I have ever wanted out of what I do is for my clients to walk away with a new outlook on having photos taken and a gallery full of love.
I want you to feel all that emotion through imagery like you did on your day or during your family session.
Please feel free to pop me a message, I’d love to hear from you.
Embracing ALL types of LOVE 🌈 ❤
I acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the Lands to which we meet + work. I pay my respects to Elders past and present.