Carryn-Anne Trollope and Neal Conlon.Wedding-15 January 2011- Haga Haga

 On Saturday I travelled out to Haga Haga, for the wedding of Carryn-Anne Trollope to Neal Conlon. The Ceremony was to take place on the deck overlooking the main beach, followed by the reception at the Haga Haga Country Club, inside the Marquee tent.

Upon arrival in Haga Haga,  I meet the bride Carryn, her three bridesmaids and two flower girls as they beautified themselves for this special occasion. Whilst taking photos of the Bride and Bridesmaids, I took a few shots of the flower girl who was sharing in this big event, she must have been about 2 or 3, unfazed by  what was going on around her, I managed to capture some stunning shots of this gorgeous little girl.


 As can be seen throughout many of the photographs,  I decided to take  a different approach, focusing not only on the bride and groom, but also on their surroundings. The Haga Haga beach is  incredibly  beautiful and proved to be a spectacular backdrop for Carryn and Neal’s wedding photographs.

Photographing the ceremony turned out to be quite a challenge, as gale force winds proved a problem. Nevertheless this did not ruin the beautiful photographs that were taken of the couples  special ceremony . These images can be viewed below



  1. Jacqueline says

    stunning pics

  2. Tanya Jacobs says

    Hi Jean Paul

    My name is Tanya Jacobs, mother of the gorgeous little flower girl, Caitlyn (1year and 5 months old at the time of the photo) at Carryn and Neal Conlon’s wedding and Carryn’s Aunt. The photos are absolutely stunning! You did an excellent job to capture the moment so perfectly!

    May I be so bold as to say because you have used the photo of Caitlyn on your website, that I am entitled to a copy thereof? I noticed that you had taken a couple of shots of Caitlyn at the wedding and I was wondering whether I could perhaps see these – if you had kept any – with an option to purchase them?

    We are currently living in the UK (have been for the last 3 years) but do make annual trips back home to SA and having seen your work I would love to book a family photo session with you when we next visit again – but of course I’ll let you know closer to the time, but with ample notice of course!

    Best Regards,

    I hope to hear from you soon!