Hey you

Hey! In case you haven’t been able to tell from my very original business name, I’m Tegan, and I’m a wedding photographer.

It all started when my grandparents bought me my first camera when I was seven. I spent hours setting up my Barbies in mock wedding poses, determined to make some beautiful images. I’ll be honest though. They were crap images. I just could not get Ken to relax those stiff arms, and don’t get me started on the bridal party. Not one of them would stand when I wanted them to. It was a hot mess.

But things have changed, guys. I work with actual humans and it is SO much better.

Being a wedding photographer has changed my life. I’ve been shooting weddings for 10 years now, and I still really love it. There are a plethora of reasons why I love people photography, but I doubt that’s of much interest to you. What you really want to know is what I can offer you, right? I have a bunch of information that I will send you if you want to know. Just click on my handy contact page and send me your deets.


"We were together. I forget the rest"

WALT WITMAN





"We were together. I forget the rest"

WALT WITMAN





Company Ethos

I subscribe to the belief that each and every one one of us can live in a way that both minimises our impact to the environment and also benefits others. Even though my business is small, it’s really important to me that I’m doing my part in contributing to our global village in a way that is ethical and sustainable.​

Some of the initiatives I employ are:

  • ​I source NZ & ethically made products where possible. 
  • ​Packaging is kept to a minimum and is mostly recyclable 
  • ​I regularly offer free shoots for those in palliative care - please get in touch if you know someone who would benefit from one of these. 
  • ​$5 from every wedding package ​and $2 from every photo session ​in 2019 & 2020 (we also did this the last 4 years) will be donated to ​Equality Now.  This organisation is an amazing source of hope, strength and support for human rights throughout the globe. Please see their website for more details. www.equalitynow.org

Photographing weddings, families and businesses

SINCE 2005

“Tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?”