Nathan&Tracy {+two}

Oh how I love this little family!

This is the second time they’ve welcomed me into their gorgeous home, and allowed me the honour of capturing all their beautiful love.

We had so much fun playing in the autumn leaves, exploring the wonderful gardens of Redlands Estate  and devouring delicious hot chocolates by the fire.

It’s actually kind of hard to stop taking photos with this four.

They’re truthfully just great company.

Thank you so much for having me again Nathan and Tracy. It was an absolute pleasure.





Jordan&Jasmine {almost married}

My gorgeous little sister, met this guy called Jordan.

He turned out to be pretty awesome (well very awesome actually), and so they got engaged.


They’re very much in love and it makes me so happy.

On side note, this post is well overdue and I actually have a whole lot of pretty pictures from their beautiful wedding to share soon too.

So stay tuned.




August 18, 2015 - 6:52 am

Lauren Riske - And now they’re married! So beautiful. :) x

snow day

Yesterday was one of those rare days the snow decided to grace us at sea level.

To say I was excited is a bit of an understatement. I looked out the window at 5.15am to find delicious, fat flakes of snow dancing from the sky and pretty much lost it with happiness!

I adore snow. Not so much the ‘soak through your boots, freeze your feet off’ side, but most definitely the rest. Falling snow has a magical calming affect and I could watch it forever. I love how it dresses up the leaves, and covers the world in white and makes you feel like you’ve entered Narnia. It’s truly wonderful.

Our day was a strange combination of joy and frustration. It seems the children ‘forgot’ that snow is a lot like rain and will undoubtedly leave you very cold and wet. Especially if you choose to hold it (and eat it), without your gloves on! My over abundant excitement waned somewhat when our adventures inevitiabley ended in tears and arguments.

At the end of the day though we hit the snow jackpot! We also learned our lesson and packed hot water bottles (to restore cold hands and feet), and all I could hear was: ‘This is the BEST day ever!’.

So those are the words I will choose to remember, and I believe our kids will look back on this day with nothing but fondness.




adventures on the East Coast {part two}

These are the days we explored Bicheno, walked over the red rocks, roasted marshmallows on an open fire, stopped in at a local market, drove a little further, collected shells, ran down the sand dunes and devoured delicious fish and chips.

So much to enjoy and so much beauty.

I can honestly say the East Coast of Tassie never gets old for me.

It’s truly a bit magical.



adventures on the East Coast…{part one}

Last year I had the absolute pleasure of photographing some beautiful families as they explored the gorgeous East Coast of Tasmania. We travelled together and as we went, I captured little moments and pieces of their journey.

We all know that the East Coast is particularly amazing in the Summer, but we really wanted to remind travellers that even during the mid year months, the Coast is still just as wonderful as ever.

Windswept beaches, rugged cliff tops, taking a stop for a warm coffee, raindrops on leaves, jumping over puddles, breathing in the crisp coastal air, there is SO much beauty to be enjoyed even under overcast skies.

I’m so grateful to East Coast Tasmania for allowing me the honour of being involved in a few of their recent projects. Exploring Tassie with fabulous people and taking images along the way really is a dream job. Seeing my photos scattered across their Facebook Page and within blog posts etc. has been really exciting!

And just a heads up, the food and drinks at Kate’s Berry Farm in Swansea and Tombolo in Freycinet are really worth stopping for. : )

Stay tuned for part two of this weekend adventure.




June 24, 2015 - 11:56 pm

Denise - These are wonderful photos – and I’m not just saying that because I know the subjects. They capture the beauty and joy which can be found on the East Coast.

And I second the recommendation for Kate’s Berry Farm! I stopped during my Tasmanian visit in March and it was fantastic.

June 30, 2015 - 9:08 pm

Brigitte - These photos are absolutely stunning! You are so talented Lisa. You’ve captured the environment and people beautifully!