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"I am a practicing professional photographer specialising in weddings, portraits & documentary work. My passion is to work with people.

Photography is an engaging tool which allows me to hear and share your adventures. The opportunity to visually tell your story and style through my photos is something I take care and pride in. I’m fascinated with the way we interact with each other, and my heart melts when I see couples that are in love. I capture these moments through an intimate glance, a hand squeezed, or a long embrace.

Thank you for your interest in my work, I look forward to photographing your happiness in the near future."

~ Holly

Holly currently works as an Australian Institute of Professional Photography (AIPP) accredited freelance photographer in the ACT and NSW Region. She has operated her own freelance business since 2006, specialising in documentary, weddings, portraits and commercial photography.

In recent years Holly has also become qualified and began teaching photography courses to adults, high school students, and government departments. Please view her tutoring page here for more info.

Holly has worked on staff as a photojournalist at the:

Kiama Independent, Lake Times, Wollongong & Northern Leader, Canberra Times, Canberra Chronice, Queanbeyan Age

Amongst others, Holly has completed contract work for:

Southern Highlands News, Highlife Magazine, Domain, City News

Holly has also contributed work to the following publications: 

The Canberra Centre Magazine, See Canberra Magazine, Summer in the City Magazine





Australian Institute of Professional Photography accreditation since 2011

Diploma of Visual Arts, Canberra Institute of Technology, Current


Certificate IV Visual Arts, TAFE NSW, Illawarra Insititute, 2012

Certificate IV in Training & Assessment, TAFE NSW, Illawarra Institute, 2010

Bachelor of Design (Photography), Canberra Institute of Technology, 2009

Advanced Diploma of Commercial Photography, Canberra Institute of Technology, 2004