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Meet, Shannon Stent Images

Meet, Shannon Stent Images

Shannon Stent Western Australia Margaret River same-sex wedding, engagement and couples photographer Dancing With Her magazine directory
Who is Shannon Stent Images?

I’m a photographer living in the coolest place on earth, Cowaramup, in Western Australia.

I freaking love my job. It’s allowed me to meet some incredible people and travel to some wild places. I also love the ocean, it’s where I go to recharge and it’s my main source of positive energy and creativity. I have a perfect little family that means the world to me, and I’m grateful to be able to work alongside my partner in crime, Jayde every day ♥️ 

Where does your passion for both photography and videography come from?

I’ve always been fascinated with the ocean and capturing its moods. I was first drawn to the video side of things, chasing waves all over the place. When our first daughter Coco came into the world, I found a new passion for capturing people and relationships.

How would you describe your style?

Raw, natural, atmospheric, and moody.

How do you feel about pre-wedding or engagement shoots?

I love them! It’s a great way to get to know people and be a little more creative without the pressure of wedding schedules and bridal parties.

You get to travel and capture love around the globe. What’s one destination that’s at the top of your wish list? And why?

I’ve always wanted to visit and photograph Iceland, maybe a little clichè, but I’m all about those wild landscapes. Drop me on a black sand beach with all the ice, all the wind (and a couple of lovers), and I’d be done!


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