The future is exciting in Australia
because marriage equality is overdue
An estimated 72% of Australians support marriage equality and are well aware of the challenges the gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, intersex and queer community have historically faced. Same sex weddings can be a celebration of many things, the union of two people along with the community’s endeavour for equal recognition of love.
We understand that documenting a same love wedding involves more than turning up on the day with camera gear – it’s about discovering the nature of the two people and their relationship and, in turn, finding a way to capture their love, unity and memorable moments that are a reflection of them.
The key is finding out what truly makes two people a partnership – it’s the same key ingredient no matter the couple – gay or straight.
Peter & Gordon interviewed by Studio 10 after their wedding in Sydney by the UK Consulate
Photos captured by Same Love.
On the topic of marriage equality, Peter and Gordon are interviewed by the likes of the panel including Ita Buttrose and guest panelist Carlotta.
A number of images captured by Same Love Photography from their consulate wedding held in Sydney are featured at 2minutes 12sec. The overall consensus is that Australia is running well and truly behind the times and the Australian government simply needs to get on with achieving marriage equality.
From photographing gay and lesbian weddings to rubbing shoulders with leaders, politicians, artists and public figures who support marriage equality…
Same Love Photography are an essential contact for your upcoming civil ceremony, corporate event and gift idea.