Tasmanian Wedding & Portrait Photographer Karen Brown

Mandy and Aaron

It was wonderful to be part of of Mandy and Aaron’s beautiful wedding, under an old blue gum at Aaron’s mother’s property in Collinsvale, in the foothills of Hobart’s Mt Wellington. They had a Chinese tea ceremony for good luck, the mountain scenery was magnificent, the sun came out as the ceremony started and it shone for the 120 guests from all over Australia, Hong Kong, North America and Europe for the rest of the afternoon. The day was filled with joy, fun, love and laughter.

Elsie & Sam’s wedding at Barilla Bay

Elsie and Sam’s wedding at Barilla Bay in November was beautiful – celebrating their love with their family and friends all around. The day was full of joyful, tender, intimate and funny moments – your photos convey your unmistakable feelings of love and true happiness.

 

Madeleine & Dane

Madeleine and Dane’s wedding was very much a Hobart affair: their ceremony was in the historic Battery Point Community Hall and their reception was just a short walk down Kelly’s Steps at Salamanca. A warm and moving ceremony followed by a wonderful evening full of fun and great music to top it off. One of the highlights was the hilarious song Mads’ brothers Sam and Callan performed, serenading their little sister (although perhaps they should not give up your day jobs just yet) and later on the dance floor received a solid workout with the tunes of Tasmania’s own DJ Broccoli (Nick Brown).

Amanda & Paul, Villa Howden

On a blustery and rainy afternoon in September we were all lucky to catch an hour of sun, right on time for this intimate wedding, with guests from all over Australia, New Zealand and the UK. Congratulations and love to Amanda and Paul from Melbourne, who were married at Villa Howden.

Romantic beach wedding near Hobart

Beautiful, beautiful wedding with Maya and Tom. It was a hot and sunny day on Steel’s Island, near Carlton Beach, just East of Hobart Tasmania. Both ceremony and celebrations in a super relaxed atmosphere. I loved being part of it! And no shoes were worn!