Rachel Weber
Rachel WeberFamily Documentary Photographer

Family Photographer

I once found myself at the very top of a mountain in Switzerland, with a beautiful Tibetan man. We had planned to go Tobogganing, but I hadn’t realised he meant from the top of Jungfrau?!?  I did toboggan down a mountain that day, and I was only wearing some flashy purple cord jeans and a cashmere coat… I learnt the international way to scream “Pardon” (aka MOVE) within the first 30 seconds of that glorious adventure.

I strongly believe coconut and chocolate (yes, like coconut rough) is the best combination of chocolate in the world…

I once did a backflip off a felucca into the Nile in Egypt… There is no rational answer as to why I did that.

I live for those kinda smiles that light up a whole face… my nephews do this to me, and my heart melts…

I also think it important that families are aware that I have a Blue Card for working with children and a clear National Police Check, am an Emerging Member of the Australian Insititute of Professional Photographers (AIPP), have undertaken training with the British Association of Newborn Photographers (BANP) with regards to safe handling of newborns within the photography setting, have robust Public Liability Insurance and have over 20 years experience working with children, young people and families…

If you want to get to know me a little better – please have a little peak at this blog, where I introduce myself with photos and bad hairdos…

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