Dramatic Mountain Bridal Shoot | Hobart Wedding Photography
I’ve been thinking a little bit lately, about what represents me as a photographer but also as a person and an artist. About what I want to put out there for you to see, so that you can see me… So I’m committing this year as the year that I pour my soul into ideas that make my heart feel. That stir my love of photography and along with that reveal who I am, who I’m striving to be, what and who I care about.
I feel as though the last few years of setting up my business I’ve been in a space of trying to do the right thing. My whole life I’ve wanted to do the right thing in the eyes of other people. Last year wrapped up and left me realising that the very best thing, the most “right” thing I can do in this moment, is find me, work towards the very best version of me. Give you…me.
So I have this pull, I can’t figure out where it started, but this wholeness, calmness, inspiration place. It’s called Mt Wellington or Kunanyi and I find myself with my feet on it’s grey cold rock often. So I started there. I sat with the wind whipping my hair, shoulders hunched and mind thoughtful. I felt the drama and the depth and the roughness and I started believing in what I could create there.
The people behind the scenes, this incredible team was everything to making the shoot. I wanted to bring together people who I knew cared, a mix of people I’d come to love and trust with everything as well as new people I now love and trust. So here’s to collaborations that turn into friendships, I want more of that. Please check out their links at the end of this post, they are the most talented wedding vendors in Tasmania.
Photographer: Photography with Cassie
Stylist: Fiddle and Spoon
Gowns: One Day Bridal
Jewellery: Melly Frank
Hair: Lehcar Hair
Make Up: Sharkra
Flowers: Beautiful Flowers and Gifts
Model: Skye Hamilton
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Oh Cassie, this is beautiful! All of it! Every detail!
Thank you so much, lovely x
These images made me feel a whole lot of things. I also really connected with your words at the beginning. But above all- absolutely BEAUTIFUL photographs. You are so talented.
Thank you so so much, lovely one xox
Oh, Cassie – I’ve spent what would undoubtedly be considered an inappropriate amount of time on each of these oh-so-very-appropriate photos. And no matter how many moments I’ve lingered there, it’s never enough. Each of these incredible photos tells me an equally incredible story, one of which I want to know more of. Your talent is evident here, my beautiful friend. Keep this 2015 goal of yours alive . . . because it already is. Your beautiful vision is elegantly alive, and the world needs more of what you have to say. You’ve got this, girl. Bring it on! Can’t wait to see more. xoxo
Wow, thank you for your kind and generous words, Cynthia. I am truly humbled. Thanks for inspiring me to get excited about my vision, you’re a gem xoxox