Accredited by the Australian Institute of Professional Photography, Chris specialises in weddings, portraits and commercial photography.
Chris’ wedding photography style is best described as photojournalistic – documenting the moments, the relationships, the laughter, the happy tears and all the little things that tell your story. While Chris does like to dedicate a small part of your day to the ‘shoot’, it’s not about putting you in unnatural poses that make you feel silly, it’s about creating a few special moments where you can take a breath, be yourselves and share a laugh. And just to help you remember all the little things that made your one very big day so special, Red Berry Photography will personally design your custom album or couture coffee table book to perfectly reflect you and your day.
Red Berry Photography understand that the idea of being followed around by a photographer all day can seem a little overwhelming to most. The lovebirds package is a great way to get used to being yourself in front of the camera, so when it comes to your wedding day, you are totally at ease. The images from your two-hour portrait shoot are then turned into a custom guestbook with image-wrapped cover that your guests can write in on your wedding day.
Chris believes portrait photography should be natural, depicting a couple or family as they are – the relationships and the special moments that make up every day. With two little boys of his own, Chris definitely understands families.
Chris has also worked with many local businesses, capturing the true nature of their business for a range of purposes – online media including websites, marketing materials and print media. Last year both Chris and his wife Hannah donated significant time to the photography and production of Our Berry Kitchen Cookbook Project, a fundraising initiative of the local primary school – Berry Public School. The cookbook has sold almost all it’s 4000 copies through local retail outlets and online sales and is set to raise over $130,000 for the schools new library project.