Unique wedding photography for your special day

If you're looking for the best wedding photographers in Brisbane, the Sunshine Coast or nearby locations, we invite you to take a look at our gallery. Studio Sixty Photography is all about capturing those special moments that make your big day one of the best moments in your life. We are a husband and wife duo that truly love the magic that comes from a wedding day that is filled with love, happiness and fond memories with families and friends.

As an experienced photographer, Jason takes on the task of getting those shots you didn't even know were possible. Specialising in candid photography, he is able to get great images that are natural, beautiful and unrehearsed. This type of photography enables you to enjoy your day without worrying that anything will be missed. It is also great for those family members who are a little camera shy. Whether you are looking for a Noosa, Brisbane or Sunshine Coast wedding photographer, Jason is able to cater to your needs and create an album you will treasure for years to come.

We really enjoy getting to know our clients to ensure the best photos on the day. We love hearing the stories of how they met, how they got engaged and details that make every relationship unique. If you would like to read some of the stories we have come across or would like to view work from our photographer, please visit our wedding page.

For more information on packages that are available with our Brisbane, Sunshine Coast and Noosa photography, please contact us and we will happily assist you. You may contact us via phone on (07) 3311 1822, via email studio60@studio60.com.au or simply by leaving a message on our website.

Alex + Jess

October 7th, 2015

Many, many years ago, when Jason and I got married, my girlfriend gave me a book called the 5 Love Languages. Given I had not been successful at any of my previous relationships (hence being single for so long), and coming from a broken home where I didn’t see my father for most of my life, I felt scared, terrified, at the prospect of marriage. Could I make it work? Would I be able to stay ‘in love’? Would we be together forever? Love had been so elusive in the past, how could I keep it alive? Sounds a little depressing to think that you won’t be madly in love, ripping each other’s clothes off for the next 50 years, but for me, I was worried about making it last. This book, the 5 Languages of Love, really resonated with me. He says love, it’s a choice. You choose to love each other, have each other’s backs, stay faithful, watch the football when you don’t want to, go shopping for shoes when you don’t want to, pick up their socks, empty the trash, make the bed. Some days it’s easy, like breathing or eating melted cheese, other days it’s H-A-R-D. But at the end you choose to love them, for better or worse. When I let that really sink in, it actually made me feel less terrified. Now I’m no stranger to hard work, I run a business for goodness sake, hard work is my motto. When I realised that love was a commitment, a choice, and all I had to do was work at it every day, I relaxed. The funny thing is, the longer you are married, the more you see that it’s not their faults that you have to learn to live with – it’s not watching the football, picking up their socks for the 1000th time, emptying the trash after you have nagged so hard you’ve blown a blood vessel – the longer you are married the more you realise that it is actually your own faults that need work. And when you see how those faults can affect the person you love, the relationship you have, the life you want to lead, you realise that the choice is real, and when you choose to work on your faults the person there to help you is your love. Love, it’s a choice, and a gift. The best and most precious gift.


Jamie + Adrijana

September 29th, 2015

As we hurtle towards another Queensland Brides Wedding and Honeymoon Expo (9th – 11 October – put it in your diaries – STAT) one of the most asked questions I get (strangely enough given we are a photography studio but hey, I’m here to help!) is where is a great reception venue.  This usually gets us talking about the type of wedding – urban, country, beach, rustic, modern – and invariably if the answer is beach and country we end up talking about Maleny Manor.  It is a premier Sunshine Coast hinterland venue offering a ceremony and reception venue as well as accommodation.  the food is amazing, the service professional and the location offers some of the best mountain range scenery on offer in the region.   Maleny Manor is also the location for Jamie and Adrijana’s wedding.  I’m pretty sure the photographs speak for themselves – lush, moody, breathtaking and beautiful.  What more can you ask for?  And don’t forget to grab your tickets to the Queensland Brides Wedding and Honeymoon Expo next weekend, I’ll be there, and I’m happy to talk all things wedding with you, let’s chat!

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