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Vicki & Justin – St Thomas’ North Sydney – Gunners Barracks

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Emma & Corey – St Thomas’ Church North Sydney – Orso

St Thomas’ Church in North Sydney is one of my favourites so it was exciting to be shooting Emma & Corey’s wedding there in November. We had a great start to the day as I could photograph both their preparations. It’s always nice to get both preparations done as it breaks the ice with all the bridal party and makes the location shoot run just a little smoother. The weather was perfect and the ceremony at St Thomas’ was amazing. The aisle is super long and I just love the view from the small balcony where you can get a really wide shot, plus take a group shoot as everyone exits. We did some bridal party photos at St Thomas’ before heading to Chowder Bay where we boarded a boat to have a Harbour cruise. The reception was at Orso which is an awesome wedding venue. The decor at Orso Read more…


Amy & Tristan – St Thomas’ North Sydney – Sebel Pier One

Amy & Tristan had an awesome wedding day – I started with Tristan and the boys in Manly and got some great shots of the preparations, especially the red MG and crossing the road in Manly. It was then a short trip to the Manly Pacific Hotel for Amy’s preparations. The ceremony was at St Thomas’ Church in North Sydney – it’s an amazing building with stunning architecture and Rev Richard James and Judy are an awesome pair to conduct the marriage ceremony. We did some family and group photos outside the church plus some shots with Amy & Tristan and the bridal party before heading to Kirribilli for more photos and then over the Bridge to near the Sebel Pier One where the reception was held. The Sebel is a great venue with fantastic views over the harbour. We had a beautiful sunset and then a wonderful evening of Read more…


Eva & Ren – St Thomas’ North Sydney – Gunner’s Barracks

Eva & Ren were married in March at the spectacular St Thomas’ church in North Sydney. To start the day I did preparation photos with Eva and we got some great shots of her in a really beautiful dress & veil. Eva’s entrance at St Thomas’ was stunning and the ceremony was conducted by Revd. Richard Brown. We did some photos around St Thomas’ itself before a stops at Lavendar Bay, Balmoral Beach, and Georges Heights. The reception was a favourite venue of mine, the Gunner’s Barracks in Mosman. Kim from KISS Weddings was a great help on the day and I can highly recommend her wedding planning! You can become a fan of McKay Photography on Facebook.


Jodie & Amos – St Thomas’ North Sydney – Lavender Bay – The Rocks – Angelo’s

Jodie & Amos’ wedding was another great day and the last for me in September – what a month! Jodie’s preparations were at Rydges Hotel in North Sydney before the ceremony at nearby St Thomas’ Anglican Church. It’s simply a stunning place to be married and Jodie’s entrance down the very long aisle was spectacular. The Revd. Richard James conducted a lovely ceremony – I overheard one guest outside saying “he really nailed it”! After mingling outside St Thomas’ and some group shots we left and did photos with the bridal party at Lavender Bay, before also heading into the Rocks. Jodie & Amos were such a great couple and I had a lot of fun with the bridal party. We got some great shots as the light faded and then headed to the reception was at Angelo’s On The Bay in Lilyfield. Thanks for a great day guys! Like Read more…


Shelley & Eric – Vibe Hotel – St Thomas’ North Sydney – Long Reef Golf Club

Shelley & Eric picked what I think is one of the best churches in Sydney – St Thomas’ Anglican Church in North Sydney. It is a beautiful example of late 1800’s architecture and apparently has the longest aisle in the Southern hemisphere! As you can see from the photos below it is a fantastic place to be married and the ceremony was conducted very ably by Paul Dale, a minister from a local church – the Church by the Bridge – in Kirribilli. After the ceremony and family photos we did a few shots at St Thomas’ before heading to Kirribilli. Then it was off to Long Reef for firstly photos on the beach and then a short walk up to the headland where we were dive-bombed by hang gliders enjoying the strong wind! We got some great photos and I even pulled out the fisheye lens for a VERY Read more…


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