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Cheyne Shades and Canvas – commercial photography townsville

Cheyne Shades and Canvas are a locally owned business that make shade coverings for everything from pools to the back of utes. They were updating their website so contacted me to do headshots and also images of 'the business in action'. Having images on your website that tell the story of what you do is valuable. It's simple, when potential ...

professional headshot Townsville

Putting a face to a name on your website and in your marketing or advertising can make all the difference to building relationships with your clients, colleagues and the public. These headshots were taken for 31 Sturt Chambers, Barristers-at-law and will feature on their new website. I wanted to create images that were classic and showed a little character of ...

Commercial photography

Photography may be my one true love but my love of people is equal to it. The best part of shooting for someone's business is getting the opportunity to see how other professions work. I love shooting for people who are passionate about what they do and helping them communicate their message using photography. Levi Morse is a orthopaedic surgeon. He ...

Caro & Kingi

We recently photographed Haven's new brand ambassadors Caro and Kingi and we've been delighted to see these images plastered over buses throughout Townsville. The client brief was to create photos that were clean and fresh with a white background so the photos could be used across a variety of media. The photos were captured using three studio lights, two lights for the model's ...

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  • After 10 days on the Sunshine Coast it's good to be home. I was lucky enough to do a family shoot at Mudjimba Beach while I was there. This is one of my favourite shots. 
Megan :)
  • This family walk this beach most afternoons. They have their special spots along the way – the log that the kids balance along and the rocks. They enjoy watching the kids play while the sky turns from blue to purple to pink. In years to come when they look at these images hopefully they will remember not only the day we did the shoot but also all the other days they were there as a family. Hopefully they will remember how it felt to be there.
Megan :)
  • A little something to think about during the festive season.
  • Baby Sadie has arrived and Asta is bursting with joy. Look at the excitement on that gorgeous little face.
  • Tis the season for family visiting. It’s a great opportunity to document the love you share. We have limited spots left for the holiday season so get in quick :)
  • When I photographed Sophie as a 3 year old she had all the moves so I knew she was going to be incredible to shoot for her graduation. She's simply stunning!
  • When I first met Teal to chat about her graduation photoshoot I thought her Mum looked familiar... turns out I photographed Teal when she was about 1. How time flies (and how old do I feel). This was the last shot of the day and is my favourite! 
Megan :)
  • The good thing about having a sister who is a photographer is she takes photos of your kids…. the bad thing about it is, you never see the photos she takes. Just ask my sister, she’ll tell you all about it. All of that changed this week when my sister and niece viewed the images I shot only two weeks ago. Yassss, Aunty of the year!  Check out Karlee on the blog, link in bio. 
Megan :)
  • My favourite thing to capture... hands down is love. If you look for it, it’s everywhere.