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EDITORIAL WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHERS WITH BIG HEARTS

The Lovers Collective is a creative collective of passionate wedding photographers.

We started the Lovers Collective because we wanted to showcase our unique blend of fine art and editorial photography. With our light touch we prioritise your comfort - we mostly shoot beautiful candids, and gently direct artistic, magazine style portraits.

Most of all, we want to do good. We provide a premium bespoke service to make sure you feel spoiled, and we’ll give you stunning images you’ll treasure more and more with every passing year.

More than that - we want to do what we can to to make the world a better place. Our couples have told us that they care really deeply about the state of our planet, and they want their weddings to be ethical. We think we’ve found the perfect solution.

We donate 50% of our profits to humanitarian and conservation charities. To find out more about the charities we work with, please click here.

Now you don’t have to compromise on your wedding and your priceless memories to do good.

When you choose us, you know you'll have a personal relationship with an amazing photographer, but also have the reassurance that if anything goes wrong there's someone with the same skill and style to step in and help. We're big enough to have flawless systems and heaps of experience, but small enough that we're still giddy with excitement at every wedding, and still striving to create something perfect with you.

 
 
 

 With a timeless aesthetic, we aim to deliver soulful, evocative moments for you to treasure forever.

 
 
 
 

YOUR EXPERIENCE

We are curious and attentive - we offer a carefully crafted, boutique experience that allows us to work with you in creating something beautiful. We lightly apply a fine art approach to the frenetic, joyful event that is your wedding. We focus on the details, the movement, and finding moments of quiet intimacy in joyous celebration.

You’ll feel good knowing that your wedding is also helping someone else - our charitable donations

From the first time we speak until you first see your wedding gallery, we want you to feel comfortable and relaxed. You’re in good hands.

OUR VALUES

LIGHTNESS & WARMTH.

We approach our work with a warmth of character and a lightness of touch. Our style and our interactions are guided by this principle, allowing us to be adaptable and flexible. This lightness allows us to work with skill and creativity however you day unfolds (from inclement weather to unexpected delays).

Above all else, your wedding is a celebration of joy and love and happiness. We engage with you and your guests with warmth and generosity.

TRUST & CONNECTION.

A wedding - at its very core - is all about connection. We seek a rapport with you so we can translate your personal connections and relationships into beautiful images.

We deliver our best work when we have your trust, so we will do what we can to earn and keep it. You can feel comfortable knowing that we’re experienced and reliable, allowing us the freedom to work to our full creative potential.

INTEGRITY & ETHICS

We are committed to serving all couples and all kinds of unions. We were very active during the marriage equality debate, and faced some backlash after taking a pro-marriage equality stance in the media (it was worth it). We value diversity, and think that the wedding industry has a lot of work to do to represent what Australian couples really look like. Our extensive experience with a huge variety of weddings allows us to treat all couples and their guests with the respect of documenting the day thoroughly and appropriately regardless of what their marriage looks like - non traditional, or super traditional.

We aim to do good by creating heirloom images that you will always treasure. We also aim to do good on a more global scale by donating 50% of our profits to humanitarian and conservation charities.

 
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Shannon and David embracing. David is standing behind Shannon kissing her on the ear while Shannon smiles.
 
 
 
 
 
 

 What I like about photographs is that they capture a moment that’s gone forever, impossible to reproduce.

Karl Lagerfeld

 
 
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