This is the wedding photography blog for Melbourne based photographer Brent Lukey.

Brent combines a documentary and editorial style capturing classic, natural moments without making the day feel like a photo shoot.

He will travel anywhere, but mostly gets about Melbourne, the Yarra Valley, Mornington Peninsula, and Geelong.

You can contact Brent on 0427 483 836 and look at more work at his web sites.

Saturday, December 13, 2014

... for those who have been waiting for wedding photos.

For those brides and grooms who have been waiting on wedding photos, thank you for your patience. After a long few weeks, then several late, late nights, our newest family member entered the world at 11.09am yesterday. A baby girl - name still to be determined. All are well.

Tuesday, November 11, 2014

It's 19000 kilometres to Broome and back.

After an epic field trip with the family we are now back at work in the overwhelmingly fashion conscious city of Melbourne. Haircut, shave, trilby instead of cowboy hat and leather shoes for boots. The week began with an incredibly beautiful wedding in Barwon Heads on Saturday and around such events I'm photographing stills on a feature film, preparing photos for a book, some magazine features plus a few portrait jobs. I'm already a little tired.

Thursday, July 31, 2014

On Holiday 2014.

It's been a fabulous year and I am once again humbled to have been invited to photograph so many truly incredible weddings - thank you. Such a pleasure and joy. For the next three months or so we will be away on a long planned holiday, chasing the children around tropical beaches and desert plains.

Please continue to contact us with photography inquiries, we will still answer the phone, respond to email and take bookings, but be patient if it takes a few days to reply. Remember you can get a wedding quote using the form on the menu above. The blog will pause here until December.
Great love, Brent.

Brydie ♥ Travis - Victorian Marriage Registry and Malvern Town Hall.

"Sing us a song you're the piano man. Sing us a song tonight. Well we're all in the mood for a melody. And you've got us feeling alright." It was a sustained and rousing chorus, much like a victorious football team, arms linked, belting out words with the carefree passion group singing can inspire, intensified all the more for the champagne and boutique beer. It's was a glorious and satisfying end to a day filled with down to earth beauty, generosity, friendship and marriage.