Treasure Pics Photography » Capturing Moments You Treasure

Who doesn’t like new things.  New car, new house, new phone and………new BABY!!!

Can’t you just smell that baby smell, feel the tender touch of a newborn that holds your finger, the peacefulness of a sleeping baby. I love photographing new babies, click on the video to see the latest new arrival to visit Treasure Pics Studio.

Little Miss S

It was hot….very hot!!!  It was dry…..extremely dry, not a drop of rain for months and months.  So dry that there was a total fire ban.  We had planned for sparkler photo’s but that idea was canned due to the fire ban. But that didn’t stop sparks from flying.  The connection between Wayne and Amanda can certainly be described as electric and sparks flew whenever their eyes met. And as for being dry well it may have got a tiny water on behalf of the groom as the bride walked down the isle.

At the end of the day a great time of had by all and I’m happy to say no bushfires were started!

Check out Wayne and Amanda’s love story in the following video.

Mr and Mrs Caldow

The 2nd of September.  The first weekend of Spring or as I like to call it WEDDING SEASON!!!!  And this wedding season kicked off in fine style with the wedding of Shane and Phyllis Vine.

Under the big fig tree at Taabinga Homestead their love story penned another chapter.

Take a look at their special day.

Mr and Mrs Vine

Let me tell you a story………

Once upon a time in a land far away (Thailand) lived a young boy whose father had died and his mother could no longer care for him and his sisters.  There were some Australians working in an orphanage in Thailand who rescued this young boy and his sisters and gave them a home at the orphanage where they worked.  After about 6 years the Australians who rescued the young boy moved back to Australia.

The young boy continued living at the orphanage and as he grew into a man he continued to work at the orphanage.

Meanwhile in Australia there was a young girl who was never really happy…..Don’t get me wrong she was happy on the outside but deep down something was missing.  She was bullied at school and thought that she would never find love.

Now the Australians who rescued the little boy (now a man) attended the same church as the young girl (now a woman), and they organised a trip to Thailand to help out at the orphanage.  The young girl almost reluctantly went along………to cut a long story short the young boy (now a man) and the young girl (now a woman) met and fell in love.  It is true what they say that love knows no bounds as these two couldn’t even speak each others language and they lived continents apart.  But now 18 months later they are now Mr & Mrs Chadu.

Congratulations Rachel & Yo



  • Raelee Plaister - beautiful beautiful pictures and true story made me cry, love this xxxxx RaeleeReplyCancel

  • Rachel Chadu - Thankyou so much Kathy!ReplyCancel

  • kaye Clark - That’s a beautiful story :} so are the photos.
    I keep praying Yo makes it in time for the birth, I pray he gets to live happily ever after here as a family.
    God bless you both and your baby girl.ReplyCancel

I have numerous clients remark after a shoot “Thanks for that, that was fun!”.  Well that’s how it should be.   There’s nothing worse than a forced, uncomfortable smile……you know the one the teeth clenched eyes squinting and looking like you’re in pain, then the photographer says “Smile” you say “I am”……yes that forced smile.  Do you really want that smile hanging on your wall or would you prefer something natural that looks like you’re actually happy.

I loved this shoot I did recently.  I loved that they included their pets – because that is who t I don’t think there was one forced smile among any of the images.  I would like to thank this family for being natural and letting me capture that for them.