• Bridget & Michael's engagement portrait at the Kurilpa Bridge by Brisbane wedding photographer John Reyment
  • Bridget & Michael's engagement portrait at the Kurilpa Bridge by Brisbane wedding photographer John Reyment
  • Bridget & Michael's engagement portrait at the Kurilpa Bridge by Brisbane wedding photographer John Reyment
  • Bridget & Michael's engagement portrait at the Kurilpa Bridge by Brisbane wedding photographer John Reyment
  • Bridget & Michael's engagement portrait at the Kurilpa Bridge by Brisbane wedding photographer John Reyment
  • Bridget & Michael's engagement portrait at the Kurilpa Bridge by Brisbane wedding photographer John Reyment
  • Bridget & Michael's engagement portrait by Brisbane wedding photographer John Reyment

Meet Bridget and Michael, a beautiful couple whose wedding I am photographing in a few months. We met last week for their engagement portrait and used the environs of the Kurilpa Bridge for the photoshoot. The sun was shining in Brisbane, (a nice change), evidence of where the recent flood waters had risen to was clear to see; we chose to go “up” to get away from it all.

Parking in Montague Road was a breeze, the electronic parking meters must have been damaged in the floods and so parking spots offered “Free Parking” to grateful motorists, a bit like the relief you get when playing Monopoly where everyone has houses and hotels.

One of the best things about being a Brisbane wedding photographer is meeting amazing people and sharing special moments with them. I am so looking forward to Bridget and Michael’s wedding and capturing lots of stunning images for them.

Bridget, Michael, I’m excited to show you the rest of the images from your engagement shoot, see you in the studio real soon.