When choosing a wedding photographer in Wellington, start with a budget in mind. This will ensure you only shortlist photographers who are within your price range.
Sam of August & Vine believes in honest imagery that tells your wedding story perfectly. She has a relaxed documentary style and will step back to let moments unfold naturally.
August & Vine
Relaxed, intimate and authentic wedding photography that captures the unique beauty in your love story. Based in Wairarapa & Wellington – available nationwide.
For Katherine and John’s stunning August wedding, they knew that the perfect venue was going to be the family farm. This was a special place as it’s where they both grew up and spent every summer and weekend there as kids.
Kristie and Ben’s super fun way of letting their guests know where they were seated for dinner was by using a table filled with personalised shot glasses. So their guests had to find the one with their name on it and that was where they were sitting at dinner!
Eat and drink your way around the region during the Visa Wellington on a Plate(opens in new window) event held each August. This is the perfect opportunity to taste and discover the best food and wine the area has to offer. With everything from wild and wacky burger creations to degustation style meals and melt in your mouth chocolates, you’ll be spoilt for choice!
Auburn Photography provides a wide range of services, including wedding photography. The business is based in Wellington, and offers a variety of packages to suit your budget. Their wedding photographers are experienced in capturing the essence of your special day. They also offer a variety of styles, including traditional and contemporary.
It is not uncommon for a younger artist to be inspired by an older one and allude to or imitate their work in homage, but it is less usual for this interaction to form the basis of a significant collaborative project such as ‘Looking up to You’ between sculptor Cat Auburn and New Zealand photographer Fiona Pardington.
Despite their different practices, the artists share an interest in exploring the complex and interdependent nature of art and culture. Their shared approach to the photographic image demonstrates an awareness of and respect for the complexities of semiotics. The resulting exhibition is an engaging and thought-provoking investigation of mutual influence and collaboration.
Cath Fitzgerald Photography
Cath Fitzgerald Photography is a portrait photographer specializing in maternity, newborns, babies, children and weddings. She is an NZIPP certified professional photographer which means she meets strict quality and professionalism standards. Her studio is located in Tawa South, New Zealand. Cath also travels to capture family portraits on location. For more information, visit her website. Moovit is the all-in-one transit app that helps you find the best way to get to Cath Fitzgerald Photography with step-by-step directions from the nearest public transit station.
Kirsten Walsh is an Environmental Science major at Dickinson and is passionate about international stewardship. Having been raised in a military family, she has called many places home and believes in the interconnectedness of the global community. She first became interested in socio-environmental issues on a high school service trip to Zambia to improve drinking water accessibility. Kirsten is also an advocate on a national policy level with HillVets and Wounded Warrior Project.
Kirsten and her Marine veteran spouse Emily live in New Zealand. Since their marriage, Kirsten has managed all of the day-to-day logistics for their household including budget management, physical activities that require two hands, and navigation of Emily’s medical needs and situations. Kirsten is also an academic, her research focussing on Isaac Newton’s scientific methodology in both historical and philosophical contexts. Her approach uses tools and ideas from contemporary philosophy of science, balanced with a sensitivity to historical context. This approach informs her teaching, too.