Also familiar with the logistics of a big move to the Sunny Central Coast, I was so fortunate to shoot Emma Thomson in her stunning Matcham property for Coast Magazine.
The summer 2019/2020 issue is jam packed with beautiful scenery, places to visit, and adventures to embark on but none of the articles grab me like that of Emma.
Chasing her dream of living on horse-friendly acreage brought Emma from Byron, combined with the need for locality of schools and the ocean, Matcham delivered everything on the checklist.
Shooting on this beautifully renovated, homestead/cottage style 1.6-hectare property was something of a dream and as a photographer that specializes in equestrian shoots (owning a horse and a pony myself), it could not have gotten any better.
Delicious sunlight splayed across the contrasting crisp white and warm, rich timber interiors, and lush greenery framed the inviting wrap around deck. Amazing right? Well then, we got to the dam! Seeing and shooting the kids play in a natural wonderland (riding horses included of course) took this lifestyle photoshoot to another level.
Emma talks of the community across the Central Coast in the article, and with the help of the magical photo’s I captured for their family and the magazine – you can see that that sense of community starts right at home for this beautiful family.
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