One year in Queenstown // Queenstown Photographer

Even though I was gone for 2 months out of the year, I still consider having lived here for 1 year now.

Yay, Queenstown!

I still don't think I've gotten used to the scenery here. I still stop on the side of the road like a freakin tourist to take photos of the mountains with my IPhone, and every time I Facetime my family, I DEFINITELY take a considerable amount of time out of our talk to show them the view and talk obsessively about how awesome our place is.... but like.. not in an OVERLY bragy way(And I still get overly surprised and excited when I see lambs). 

Damn this place treats us well. The out of this world blue (and freezing) lake, the sun rises over the remarks, And I've never met such awesome and welcoming people. I could go on for ages. 

I can't wait to see what this next year will bring. For my photography business, for my yoga practise, for my relationships and for my overall life. 

Thanks Queenstown, you rock! 

While I was in Canada, I made sure I showed everyone who would listen where I lived in New Zealand, and how awesome this place was. Flying into Queenstown, was amazing on our return back home. I just had to get out my camera. Here are a few of my favourite shots. 

Queenstown Portrait, corporate and boudoir photographer
Queenstown Portrait, corporate and boudoir photographer
Queenstown Portrait, corporate and boudoir photographer

I've recently started taking my family sessions and couple sessions for hikes and adventures around Queenstown. If that sounds like something you and your partner would like to experience, through me a message and we can get planning!! 

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