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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

August 15, 2019 Sarah & Carlo / Higher Ground Wedding I met Sarah and Carlo at another wedding I was shooting at the time. I guess I was auditioning and didn’t even know it, but after seeing my work close at hand, they were really keen to have me on board for their wedding. And I didn’t hesitate, especially when Sarah divulged that she had planned a golden wedding dress with vintage Chanel accessories. August 15, 2019 Alice & Hugh / Pope Joan Wedding Pope Joan was a bit of an institution in my hood. It’s no longer standing now, reduced to rubble to make way for yet another soulless high rise, cementing our high density future. However one of the last weddings it played host to was Alice and Hugh’s... August 14, 2019 Zoe & Mark / Trofeo Estate Wedding Upon meeting Zoe and Coop for the first time, I found the sense of energy that existed between them undeniable. I'd describe it as being akin to sitting with a third person in the room... August 8, 2019 Melissa & Patch / Raw Materials Studio Wedding ... It was this spirit that encouraged Mel and Patch to forge ahead with a commitment that they had been wanting to make for many years. They were done waiting for the world to change, it would just have to catch up to them. August 5, 2019 Amy & Nathan / Emu Bottom Wedding Autumn is my favourite time of year to shoot at Emu Bottom ; the old homestead really comes into it’s own as the chill descends across the valley in the late afternoon and the sweet scent of burning redgum soon permeates the air as the ancient fireplaces roar into life.