Australia Wedding Photographers

Lifestyle Photography in Australia

Queensland, Victoria, Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide, Gold Coast, Canberra, Newcastle, Wollongong, Logan City

Have you been working on locating your Australia lifestyle photographer? Are you wishing to capture your family in first-rate portraits? When you hire one of our skilled lifestyle photographers to record your next couple, teen, family, or maternity portrait session, you will receive portraits that truly showcase who you are.  The Lifestyle Photographers Association of Australia:

Map of Lifestyle Photographers Serving Australia

3 Available Lifestyle Photographers...

Marcella Menejuello Lifestyle Photographer from Adelaide, South Australia

Hello! I am Marcella, photographer by passion, professor by vocation, lover of music and fascinated by human beings. With, photography I find a singular way to connect with people, to love the arts, and to tell stories. I love the sensation of getting into the creative flux when I look through the lenses, of having fun and defying myself to create images that inspire sensations and emotions. I feel a fulfilment every time I can see in their eye, the joy of someone who sees themselves in a photograph created by me. My favourite approach is the lifestyle, that is my true-life photography which I photograph the moments that just happen in a natural, spontaneous, funny and original way. That is the objective of my photography, to celebrate and to capture moments in an original, truthful and creative way. Also, I look for ways to tell stories in a documentary style photographic approach. For me, the most important thing is capturing actions and emotions with sensibility where a play, a gaze, a smile, and all the way an emotion reveals itself, are the real images that represent you.

Member of the Family Photojournalist Association - FPJA
Melbourne lifestyle and family portrait photography by Gaelle Le Berre of Victoria Australia

My passion for photography came to light when I was 15 years old and began experimenting with the process of developing photos in a dark room. It was at that moment that I discovered my passion for encapsulating real life in the art of film, a passion which only continued to grow as I did. Since that pivotal moment in my youth, I have been ardently working within the field. After pursuing studies in Applied Arts (Nantes, France) and Graphic Arts (Quimper, France), I began my professional career within photography as a photojournalist for Boston’s Canton Newspaper in the USA, acting as a mirror to the world. Aspiring to develop my technique and expertise within photography, I then furthered my studies at RMIT in Melbourne, Australia where I won two greatly prestigious awards for my work (Victorian Photography Student of the Year, 2001 - Gold and Silver awards). In 2001, highly-qualified and ready to take on the world, I returned to Europe and established my art in London. While there, I became actively involved in projects with big brands such as Tesco and Vittel before being hired as a C41 film developer by Tapistry MM (a lab in SoHo), where I was responsible for all C41 development, applying traditional darkroom techniques of colour and development. During this time I rubbed shoulders and worked with the biggest names in fashion and music photography, including; Kevin Westemberg, Miles Aldridge, Derek Henderson, and many others. In 2015, I started my photography business in France, and then at the end of 2017, I moved to Australia with my three children and my Australian husband to begin our new chapter here.

Member of the Wedding Photojournalist Association - WPJA
Member of the Family Photojournalist Association - FPJA
Tiffany Luong southern CA family photographer

I believe that the best stories are the ones that are true, told with energy, genuineness, humor and a little bit of poetry. I am a documentary family photographer and mother to a toddler. Also having been an elementary school speech therapist means I am extremely observant and patient, acutely aware of mischief, and constantly dealing with situations bursting with hilarity, chaos and sticky hands & hugs. This photography business came from an intersection of so many different aspects of my life – my love for traveling and subsequently, being invited into peoples’ homes; my fascination with National Geographic stories; my research into my grandparents’ immigration history; my interest in all things behind-the-scenes. When I discovered family documentary photography, it’s like all these pieces clicked from these seemingly disconnected sources and allowed me to do everything simultaneously – live alongside people in a day in their life; create heirlooms for families so that grandchildren wouldn’t have to work so hard to know where they came from; to make personal documentaries for people who might never appear in National Geographic but have still lived a life worth living.To me, documenting the everyday in this way is like receiving permission to draw stories out of strangers, and to create family photographs reflecting life itself: a series of interactions that make up the totality of a human life, much more than the words that make up a story, the cascade of moments making up your day that deserve to be documented, and the sense of "home" and the love that surrounds you daily. I think our world has been very loud about how we/our children should be (act/look/behave), and through my experience shooting 200+ families, I have found that the perfection that the family portrait strives for is typically attained after a sweaty stressfest. If you are looking for an alternative, I believe that family photojournalism is all about authenticity and unreluctant vulnerability, and being able to remember how you felt (exasperated, relieved, joyful, expectant, or like you love your kids so fiercely you feel like your heart is going to burst) instead of how you wanted to look (sorry Pinterest!). When not photographing families and small businesses, you can find me trying to Konmari my tiny house, chasing my toddler, being a first class navigator to my husband on a family road trip, or looking for local gems in pockets of Los Angeles.

Member of the Family Photojournalist Association - FPJA