anambah house wedding photos video

Imagine being a guest at Manit and Justin’s wedding – surrounded by the rolling hills of the southern highlands and the picturesque vineyards of the hunter valley. You can almost taste the love and feel the luxurious vibes through the screen.

We first met in the midst of yet another Covid lockdown in June 2020 and along with a picnic, I snapped up a few photos of them being cosy on a wintery Sydney evening. They are some of my favourite from their photo set.

Manit had a few wild ideas for her pre-wedding shoot that included Holi colours and boy the photos from that colour splash came out BOMB! Their ever lasting smiles throughout each event just made it so bloody easy to capture their essence.

As a photographer, I am always on the lookout for those unique moments that capture the essence of a couple’s love story. Manit and Justin’s wedding was a goldmine of such moments – from the intimate exchanges between the bride and groom to the wild party that ensued as the sun set over the Hunter vineyards.

Anambah House (by Doltone House)) was a perfect backdrop for their Civil Ceremony and the electric, high octane reception that followed.

As a photographer, I thrive on building relationships with my couples and creating images that speak volumes about their love and connection. Manit and Justin’s wedding was a perfect example of this – every photo captured a moment of pure, unadulterated love and joy.

So here’s to adventurous wedding photography, party-loving couples, and red wine enthusiasts. Here’s to capturing the raw, hilarious, and intimate moments that make each wedding unique. And here’s to witnessing the power of love in nature and the beauty of observing interpersonal relationships in their purest form. Cheers to Manit and Justin, and to all the love stories waiting to be told through my lens.



HMUA: Fareha Bridal Studio

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anambah house wedding photos video