Our Story


We’ve spent twelve years shooting weddings together around Australia and overseas; from the tiniest elopements to the most luxury extravaganzas. For fresh young things and for long-time lovers. For fancy types and for no-frills folks. On snowy mountaintops, in sun-drenched villas and in dingy dive bars. The tea ceremonies, the horas; the most sacred traditions and the most chaotic dance floors.

No two couples are the same, and neither are their weddings. Each couple we work with brings their own energy, unique vision and soul to their day, and we’re there to carefully observe and preserve all of that: an honest depiction of who you are (and who you love).

We capture how it all feels – the real stuff. The funny bits, the tears, the chaos, your nanna cutting shapes on the dance floor; the iconic moments and all those in-between bits you might’ve missed. We shoot it all, letting you stay 100% in the moment, knowing you’ll be able to relive it all again and again through your photos and films.

Keen on some analogue love? We offer film add-ons using a mix of vintage cameras for those hazy, dreamy, nostalgic vibes. Perfect imperfection.

We’d love to hear about your plans, no matter how big or small – we’d be stoked to capture it all for you.


Lucy Spartalis

Since her teens, Lucy’s had a camera in her hand, obsessively taking great photos of her friends – at parties, festivals, backyard hangs. In her twenties, she stepped it up a notch by studying at the Centre for Creative Photography in Adelaide, before making the move to Melbourne in 2009 to further her career. We first met at The Empress in Fitzroy North in 2012, decided to start this collaboration the day after we first hooked up, and the rest is history.

Along with her success as a wedding photographer, Lucy spends her time shooting bands, portraits and editorials. She loves to eat the food I cook and often inhales it before I’ve had the chance to ask if she likes it. She’s a passionate host, and loves to bring mates together for excellent times. She’s a film buff, with a highly tuned ear for music and an ever-growing vinyl collection after a decade of working in record stores. She has a great sense of style (mostly ’70s inspired), and is a bit of a creative powerhouse, with a keen eye for colour and composition – whether she’s taking a photo or creating beautiful spaces around our home.

She bloody loves a party.

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Alastair Innes

Alastair grew up in breathtaking New Zealand, and came to Australia to study film – mostly in pursuit of making surf documentaries (which would get him in the ocean even more often). After 10 years in Brisbane, he made the move to Melbourne and began share-housing around the inner North… what it lacked in sunshine and accessible surf beaches, it made up for with great food, culture, and charming redheads.

After years of shooting non-stop weddings around Australia and overseas, we bought a 1950s house in the beautiful Dandenong Ranges, which we’ve slowly renovated into our dream home. In his spare time Alastair likes to hone his mad cooking skills, potter around our garden, take our Kelpie X Border Collie (Taika) on endless hikes and adventures, hunt down the best surf spots, and travel the world with me.

He has a dry wit, kind heart, impenetrable zen-like aura, and a salt and pepper beard. I enjoy pointing out the greys as they appear. He doesn’t enjoy it as much.

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