Chinmoy & Bec Engagement

Chin & Bec are radiant. Having met them several times now, I can confidently say that they are best friends who make each other laugh to no end. They are also extremely authentic people who wear their hearts on their sleeves.

With their enormous wedding extravaganza a few months away, we decided to run away to the coastal town of Kiama for an intimate engagement shoot at Bombo Headland Quarry. It didn’t take much to convince these two, who drove all the way from Canberra, as it seems we share a love for road trips and outdoor adventures.

We wasted no time, ignoring the potential downpour of rain and jumping straight into some “superfeel” prompts designed to shake out any awkward inhibitions someone has when getting photographed. They told me they had never been professionally photographed together, but Chin & Bec were such pros at relaxing and just being themselves in front of me.

The privilege of documenting what it means to be in love never gets old, and I am bursting from the seams to capture their traditional Indian-style wedding real soon!!

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