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Like most Australians, I turned on the TV at 10 AM on November 15th 2017.
I was sitting alone in my living room, waiting with bated breath. And I heard the words: “61.6%”.
As a Queer person who spent most of my life in the church, people always put me in a box and said “here, this is who you are”. No one took the time to ask me who I wanted to be. I lived in a world full of assumptions.
For the first 5 years of being a wedding photographer, these assumptions infiltrated my work too.
These are the poses that look good.
This is what makes a wedding photo.
This is how romance feels.
As a person who had never been in love, and had never been given permission to love, I only knew what I was told.
When Australia voted in favour of Marriage Equality in 2017, I found my “why...”
Through the medium of photography, I am here to celebrate all humans in love.
Fast forward to today, and I’ve stopped making assumptions. Instead, I've made a living from asking questions.
What makes you smile?
How do you experience the world?
Who have you lost?
Who have you found?
Who do you love?
Why do you love them?
Why have you chosen this person?
Good wedding photography makes assumptions about what looks good
PEDESTRIAN.TV, Less Stuff More Meaning, WedShed, Polka Dot Wedding, Offbeat Bride, Theodore Magazine, Archer Magazine, Geelong Wedding Guide, The Daily Telegraph, ABC News, Marry Me Mudgee, Central West Lifestyle Magazine, She Said Yes, Blue Mountains Love Magazine, Seeking Myrtle, Groom & Guy, Bespoke Country Weddings.
Everyone deserves to feel safe, seen, and celebrated at their wedding.
Henry Paul Photography is a place where your love is welcome and affirmed, regardless of your gender identity, sexuality, race, age, religion, body size or ability.
Henry Paul Photography acknowledges Traditional Owners of Country throughout Australia and recognises the continuing connection to lands, waters and communities. I pay my respect to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures, and to Elders both past and present. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples should be aware that this website may contain images or names of people who have since passed away.