I had the pleasure of photographing another wedding at Corstorphine House this season.
Nicola and Liam had a beautiful hot day for their wedding, we were able get a break from the sun with some lovely places to work inside.
I loved Nicola’s attention to detail with her wedding, especially the guest ‘colouring in’ memento.
Family & Friends were able to enjoy a drink in the sun before heading to the glasshouse for reception.
What a perfect day!
Congratulations Nicola and Liam

Photos by Nicola Wilhelmsen

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The wedding weather has been amazing this season, and  Finn and Fiona’s wedding day was no exception.

From the elegant chapel at Knox College to photos around our beautiful harbour, the wedding was classical from start to finish.

Congratulations Fiona and Finn,  you looked fantastic.

photography by Kerry and Belinda at Kelks 

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Corstorphine House was a lovely backdrop for Simon and Stephs wedding day.
The light rain managed to stop just in time for the ceremony on the lawn overlooking our beautiful city.

The air was warm and calm, the sky overcast, just perfect for photos.
What a wonderful day for a wedding.

Congratulations Simon & Steph

Photos by Nicola Wilhelmsen

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It’s come to the end of the year again and as we format our cards and put our gear away we realise the huge range of work that has been shot over the past few weeks.

There has been weddings, plenty of graduation ceremonies, formals, schools, and celebrations of all kinds. I’ve even managed to get a shoot of my kids together just in time for Christmas. 


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Our Women: 125 of Dunedin’s Extra-ordinary Women

In September I received a phone call from Hannah Molloy at the Otago Museum asking if I wanted to help photograph 125 women of Dunedin to mark the 125th anniversary of women’s suffrage in New Zealand. It sounded like an amazing project so I said yes straight away.

Photographer and friend, Sinead Jenkins was already on board with the project and I knew we would make a great team.
The idea was to photograph these women in their own environments as much as we could.
Over the space of a few weeks we worked frantically at contacting these women and making times to photograph them on location.

I’m not sure how we managed it but we got all 125 women photographed!!
At the museum exhibition all of the images are accompanied with a short caption about what it means to be a woman in Dunedin.  There are some profound comments that are really powerful.

I met so many amazing and inspirational women photographing this project, it was an honor to be part of it all.

All of the images and captions are now on display at the Otago Museum and the exhibition has just been extended to the 2nd December.

Don’t miss it.

Photographs by Nicola Wilhelmsen


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