life as a photographer in seychelles
This is my blog where I will share my experiences and photography in Seychelles. Be sure to check in every now and again.
Georgette and Tim live in South Africa but decided that Georgettes' home country would be the perfect place to tie the knot. The ceremony was held at the church in Baie Lazare followed by the reception at Cap Lazare in the South of Mahe.
Giselle and Jhonathan decided that La Digue Island in Seychelles would be the perfect place to tie the knot. Their wedding ceremony took place on Anse Source D'Argent which is world renowned for it's unique boulders that seem like they have been deliberately sculpted and placed there by a master artist. The beach is any photographers dream and capturing the special occasion was remarkable. I hope you enjoy the pictures. Feel free to leave you comments or contact me if you would like to have me photograph your wedding on La Digue in Seychelles.
Petra and Michal decided it was time to tie the knot at the magical Maia Luxury Resort in Seychelles. The wedding day was absolutely perfect in every aspect and I really enjoyed photographing every moment. The resort has fantastic scenery and comes alive at night with totem poles and tiki torches igniting every corner of the resort. Would you like to get married an Maia? Let me know you thoughts in the comments below.
Ralph and Olivia decided to have their short, sweet and intimate wedding on the beach at the luxurious Four Seasons Resort in Seychelles. They shared their love for each other barefoot in paradise, a truly memorable day...
Andrea and Jason had their destination wedding at the Four Seasons Resort in Seychelles. Their intimate wedding was held on the breathtaking Petite Anse beach. After the ceremony we had a chance to roam the resort whilst the sun was setting. Andrea and Jason enjoyed some time on the beach with champagne and soon after we headed up to the wonderful rooftop of the spa which overlooks the bay for the last few minutes of the sunset. The celebration ended with a romantic and intimate dinner at Foumba (Traditional Ruins of a old Creole House).