After completing studies and a mentorship program in photography in 2012, I began my career with a camera under my arm and a big dream in my heart.

For the last decade I have had the honour and privilege of capturing your stories through photographs, most recently specialising in weddings, portraits and editorials.

My signature style is luminous, natural and timeless. I am a film photographer in the making and currently shooting digital, replicating classic film colour, tones and textures. I am inspired by botanical beauty, the countryside and classic architecture. These elements are a hallmark of my work. Old world romance, attire and aesthetics make my heart swoon.

Nothing excites me more than travel! My favourite place in the world is the charming Cotswolds in England, closely followed by iconic Paris, France. I am forever dreaming up my next creative adventure abroad.

The support of my beautiful family is instrumental to the success of my photography business. I am married to the man of my dreams – and am a proud mum to two beautiful girls, both of whom are my muses and eternal inspiration. They often feature in my work and are my ‘why’ in everything I do. I am also a cat mum to my ragdoll kitten dear ‘Louis’, who is my steadfast feline friend and the prettiest office companion.

Your client experience is very important to me and I am proud to offer a personable and professional service. I'm especially grateful for each couple, family, individual and business owner that I meet along the way - you all teach me something new and I'm thankful to be a part of your journey.

Specialising in on-location, natural light photography in Adelaide, South Australia and beyond.

An Adelaide based lifestyle photographer standing in front of an old door at a country estate in Kapunda.

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L & T - Barossa Valley

'Our photos make me cry every time I look through them...
We're so lucky to have had such a wonderful day with you'.

A couple married in the Barossa Valley having wedding photos taken by Zoe Campbell at historic monument in Seppeltsfied.
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