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Anchor and Hope is a bespoke Melbourne Wedding Photography studio, located in the Inner North. Owner, Cam Grove, has over 10 years experience in the industry, in which time he has shot weddings throughout Australia. Cam is sought after for his relaxed and unobtrusive approach along with his high level of service. Specialising in a combination of documentary style coverage and his own distinct portraiture style, Cam can bring a unique and timeless approach to the coverage of your wedding.
SOME RECENT WEDDINGS
I've been lucky enough to document
November 18, 2019 Daniel & Adam / The George Ballroom Wedding It’s always an honour to be asked to document a wedding day, and this is especially so when it is for 2 people whose love and commitment to each other was, until recently, somehow seen as illegitimate or insignificant in the eyes of the state. I’m so pleased that such archaic and draconic beliefs are now a thing of the past, and that we can get on celebrating love, wherever and however it appears, in ways that befit the one emotion that essentially makes us human. October 15, 2019 Jae & David / Collingwood Children’s Farm Wedding Jae and David’s Collingwood Children’s Farm wedding was truly like nothing I have experienced either before or since. Honestly, I don’t think I’ve ever documented a more joyous ocassion. August 18, 2019 Kate & James / Noisy Ritual Wedding Kate and James’ Brunswick East wedding was a little closer to my heart than most, as James and I have a friendship that goes back well over 10 years. I’ve seen him go from a fresh faced, impressionable young man to a hardened chef... August 16, 2019 Kirsten & Tom / Glasshaus Inside Wedding I do all of my client meetings at a little bar near my house called Atticus Finch. It's quiet, intimate and has an ever changing list of fine wines from around the world. In essence, it's my dream of... August 16, 2019 Rosie & Dean / Luminare Wedding The term “epic” is thrown around a little too freely these days. However, if I was ever tempted to use it, it would be to describe Rosie and Dean’s wedding.