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It’s a big call to say that Aaron & Hayley were one of my favorite couples of 2012…but there, I’ve said it now, and the best part is that it’s true 🙂

When a fellow photographer approaches you to photograph his wedding, there’s really no greater compliment! It was an instant HECK YES from me when Aaron asked if I would like to capture his wedding to his gorgeous bride-to-be Hayley.

I have to admit there was a sense of added pressure that came with the honor of photographing another photographers wedding, but the reward of capturing such an in love couple, and seeing a groom cry (sorry Aaron – but it was soooooo cute) was such a reward!

Aaron and Hayley, it was without a doubt a highlight of my year and a complete pleasure.

A huge thank you must go to the amazingly talented Jasmine Conners for her assistance on the day.

Nicola xo

 

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When a fellow photographer approaches you to photograph his wedding, there’s really no greater compliment! It was an instant HECK YES from me when Aaron asked if I would like to capture his wedding to his gorgeous bride-to-be Hayley.

I have to admit there was a sense of added pressure that came with the honor of photographing another photographers wedding, but the reward of capturing such an in love couple, and seeing a groom cry (sorry Aaron – but it was soooooo cute) was such a reward!

Aaron and Hayley, it was without a doubt a highlight of my year and a complete pleasure.

A huge thank you must go to the amazingly talented Jasmine Conners for her assistance on the day.

Nicola xo

 

 

 

 

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It seems fitting that my first blog post in a while is about my most recent personal project, Lost Girls. It took me until late Sunday night to fully comprehend the awesomeness that was Saturday night.

A collection of my photographic work – work that is so close to my heart and currently exhibited at Foto Frenzy. Saturday night the Lost Girls was officially opened by my mentor and former lecturer Doug Spowart. To have my mentor and the person that taught me so much in the early years of my photographic journey was overwhelming to say the least.

The Lost Girls project was for me, about getting pixels to paper and seeing my work printed and hung on the wall to be viewed. It was also about experiencing the buzz of having my first solo exhibition.

A mighty big thank you must go to the team at Foto Frenzy, my amazingly supportive parents who never told me to “get a real job”, my partner Dan who has put up with me through this process and of course my Lost Girls; Lauren, Rachel, Emily, Nina, Sandrine, Emily, Angelique & Calista.

And so on Saturday April 6th 2013, my Lost Girls were finally found.

Nicola xo

 

The full collection of Lost Girls can be viewed at Foto Frenzy until April 26th, for sales enquires please contact Foto Frenzy directly or nicola@nicolapooledoesphotography.

For details please click on the link below…

http://www.fotofrenzy.com.au/events/exhibition-program/nicola-poole

To read Doug’s opening night speech, please visit his blog wotwedid…

http://wotwedid.wordpress.com/2013/04/06/nicola-pooles-lost-girls-gallery-frenzy-brisbane/

 

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