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Tennille Fink Photography


Wholehearted wedding photography with a focus on goose bump romance and real life good-time moments.

Wedding days are special. It’s what you’ve been saving and planning for, for so long, so when the day finally comes you can be relaxed and take it all in and most of all, enjoy it with those you love the most. All of the details and the people and the immense love from the day will be captured through your photos, to take you back to the day when you look at them.

I really love the moments during a wedding day that you don’t expect, the unscripted and spontaneous, the emotional tear jerkers and the nose scrunching laughter moments, I’ll be there to document it all and be where I need to be at the perfect times. I’ll get the moments that you might forget about or not even know happened until you relive your day again through your photos. I’m personally not a big believer in posing for stale-fake-smile kind of wedding portraits for hours on end. I believe your wedding portraits should be one of the funnest parts of your wedding day, and they should not steal you away for so long that everyone is on their merry way by the time you get back to the reception. We will have some laughs, I’ll get what I need and deliver you safely back to your party.

I would love to talk to you about being part of your wedding day or elopement. My coverage area includes the Sunshine Coast to Byron Bay and beyond. I am also available for interstate and international celebrations.

  • What do you love most about what you do? Being present on truly the happiest day of a persons life. It just doesn't get better than that. My cheeks are genuinely sore from smiling all day.
  • What gets you out of bed in the morning? Most mornings it's my 5 year old tugging at my hair, but if by some miracle I'm awake before her, I really love to rise with the early morning light. My job relies on beautiful natural light, so getting up to see it at the best time of day is pretty lovely.
  • What is your advice for a healthy, long lasting relationship? Being a good communicator and respectful of each other is key, but also having your own interests outside of each other has really helped my husband and I cement our relationship. Being spontaneous is also very important to keep you out of a relationship rut. Go for a picnic on a whim, drive to the coast for a swim and stay the night, kisses and hugs just because........We've been together since high school (almost 19 years!) so I feel pretty qualified to offer advice on that :)