I am a storyteller. Through images (a glance, a tear in the eye, a stolen kiss), I tell your story. The story of your wedding.
“My dreams of a wedding photo shoot have come true.” Shigeno & Yasu
The colour and vibrance of India drew me into photography and I turned pro in Mexico, filming and photographing the glamour and glitz of high-society. Since then I have been shooting for almost a decade with well over 100 weddings to my name.
Living in Papua New Guinea as a child, I developed a love for travel, exploration and culture – a love I bring into my photography and videography. By being part of your wedding, for a whole day I’m part of your culture, your family and your magic. It’s an unreal privilege and I really appreciate it.
“The photos and video look so lovely!… we have been very blessed.” Catherine & Noel
When I’m not behind a lens, I love to explore- up a mountain, on ice, underwater or on a bike (never with lycra – I promise). I like my food and drink with punch – strong spices, black coffee, dark chocolate and Guinness outside St Paddy’s Day. At home I like building and reading.
With me, I promise that your photography, and videography will be in safe, professional hands. Your job will just be to enjoy the day while I turn it into art. Your art.
If a picture says a thousand words, together we’ll craft your wedding novel. This is my promise to you.
Brent Kane, MMS, MPAF
ps, I travel lots – and it’s on me (well, just the cost of a flight if it’s to the South Island). So, without transport charges, I’m very happy to travel. Hawke’s Bay, Whanganui, Wairarapa, Taupo, Hamilton, Christchurch, Nelson etc, etc….
pps, I love culture so much that if your wedding includes cultural elements that I haven’t shot before, I’ll throw in another mini photobook, as a thank you for sharing another unique culture. See below for a list cultures that I have already shot. (Alphabetical order)
Australian, British, Chilean, Cook Island, German, Indian, Japanese, Māori, Mexican, Romania, Samoan, South African, Sri Lankan, Swiss German, Tahitian, and Tongan.