On 13 April Byron and Sam married each other at one of the most incredible locations I have worked at. I have shot many weddings at the Cathedral Peak Hotel in the heart of the South African Drakensberg. This one was special for many reasons, it was my 1000th wedding and for the first time, I was photographing the wedding of the son of a client who’s wedding I photographed. It was a weekend of retrospection and satisfaction. I am so happy to have had such a rewarding career and to have been involved in the nuptials of 2000 people. Very cool.
Sam started her day with a ride with Shogun to get her head in the game!
Whilst Byron was on his bike !!
One of the most beautiful chapels in the world
Two weddings in one shot – William and Belinda look on as Byron is about to say his vows
Starting a band baby – Starting a band! Congratulations to you and your families, I wish you many years of love and happiness!
Thank you Brett ! You are a true genius… cannot say more !! It was a very special occasion & everyone LOVED it. Could not have gone any better.
Hopefully we will see you here again soon.
It was very special for me too William, thanks for your friendship and support over the last 21 years.
How absolutely beautiful, what a very special place to get married, Byron is a special guy, so happy for him. awesome photographs.
Thanks Sherol – It is a very special place!
Congratulations Brett, working your wedding magic for the 1000th time. Of course the venue is second to none, but then so are you! A privilege to witness Byron’s nuptials, to watch you work again and to see these extraordinary photographs. A fabulous affair. All the very best to the newly-weds and love to you and your family Brett.
Thanks so much your your kind comments, it was very special seeing you again. B
Amazing pictures Brett! Bring back so many memories. Bryon and Sam you guys looked amazing! Congratulations and our very best wishes..
Thanks Mark, it was very cool catching up with Bruce and Sue too.
Amazing wedding photography. I think the total credit goes to the photographer who’s save there life remarkable moments in camera.