I appreciate that you have taken the time to visit my website!
As a photographer, my passion is to immortalise the moment for you, whatever your moment may be - your wedding or engagement party, a milestone birthday party, your corporate event, work conference, your family portraits, or your model portfolio.
My friendly nature and innate ability to help people feel relaxed in front of the camera is one of the key reasons I am heavily sought after as a photographer, and my ability to "immortalise the moment" for my clients keeps my client list full.
I have hundreds of delighted clients for whom I have photographed weddings and engagements, bridal and fashion, swimwear, products for catalogues and online sales, social functions, gala events, corporate events, family portraits - and much more.
I'd like to extend to you an invitation to meet over a cup of coffee, to chat about how we can immortalise the moment for you!
P.S. If you're living in (or visiting) the Newcastle or Lake Macquarie area, I invite you to come along to one of my Meetup group photoshoots. For more information please visit www.meetup.com/Newcastle-Lake-Macquarie-Photographers/
I hope to see you at a shoot very soon!Add a comment
The following is an extract from Michael Howard's blog on Musea, and it touches my heart. Take the time to read it, and you'll get a glimpse of my passion...
'Wedding photography has decreased in value because most wedding images are about stuff, material possessions. Wedding images are about styled shoots and models and fancy invitations and paper lanterns. Most wedding photography today actually sells the other wedding vendors better than the photographer.
'We act as though the most important thing to photograph at a wedding is the decor and style of it all, but you know what is the most important thing to photograph? Do you know what the most important thing in life is? It’s people.Add a comment
Born in western NSW, then moving to Orange to complete her schooling, Ruby Eaves developed a great love for nature and the beauty of the Australian landscape at a very early age. She travelled extensively throughout Europe and Britain in 2009 which has also greatly influenced her art and appreciation for the antiquity of earlier civilizations. The rustic buildings and villages as well as the countryside have challenged Ruby to depict this in her work.
Ruby studied art in her senior years at school then later at Bathurst Teachers’ College (now Charles Sturt University). Since then she has studied art with a number of leading artists developing her skills in all mediums with her special love being watercolours. After moving to Brisbane in 1986 she furthered her professional career in art and became a member of the Watercolour Society of QLD as well as the Royal Queensland Art Society. She has been a tutor in watercolours at these societies on many occasions.