Who are Hannah & Nada as a photography duo and as individuals?
We pretty much live, eat and breathe weddings, and between us, we have been photographing weddings for 20 years. Our clients describe us as calm, confident and attentive. We were pretty happy with that, so we thought we’d pinch it.
Hannah comes from a banking and customer service background and Nada a graphic design and corporate photography background. Away from the camera Hannah has three children and loves making cakes. Nada lives on the Mornington Peninsula with her family and loves running, cycling and boxing.
Describe your style of photography.
Our style of photography is soft, romantic and honest – focusing on real emotions, relationships, love and joy. We’re big believers that whatever way you choose to marry is the perfect way to marry.
What are your favourite things about shooting weddings?
We really enjoy watching the love, respect and connection a couple have with one another. It’s also very emotional and beautiful to see the how much love there is within family units. You walk away feeling pretty good about life. We’re also a sucker for the little details that go into telling the story.
Do you think there are any differences between shooting a same-sex wedding and a hetero wedding?
Love is love; there is no difference for us – our photography captures the love and emotion, the story of the day. That’s what’s important to us.
We’re positive you’ve had the chance to try a wedding cake or two over the years – if we found you sneaking a bite, what flavour would it be?
Nada will always sneak a rum ball or two from the dessert buffet, and salted caramel cake is a favourite for Hannah.