Le TANS Reviews
“Sara absolutely nailed my campaign and studio shoot, really going above and beyond the brief - she really competently handled the huge amount of work that went into the shoot. Couldn't be happier with the outcome and can't wait to work with her again!”
—Sophie Wardrop, SWMR
“Sara's work is stunning. She brought her creative eye into our engagement portraits and guided us through each shot very clearly. We are not professional models and she guided us there with ease!
My partner has made it clear that he didn't give her much notice for the extent of the job and all the nuances it required, but that Sara took it all onboard with a smile and delivered above and beyond.
We highly recommend Sara not only for her creative work but her incredible work ethic and demeanor!”
—Shannan Hollis & Ben Matthes
“Sara is a totally committed and talented photographer.
Bringing her Melbourne smarts to Wellington she’s shaken up the landscape and always has a crisp and unique take.
She’s well organised, reliable and also a pleasure for talent to work with.
Highly recommended woman behind a lens for all your Capital City needs.”
—Anna Dean, Double Denim
“We thoroughly enjoyed working with Sara.
She’s very professional and responsive. It is easy to see she is passionate about what she does.
Thanks for the beautiful photos Sara. Look forward to working with you again!”
—Steve Wang, Refresh Renovations
“Sara has been working with our Bayleys Real Estate team for a few years, photographing both property and our team.
She has an exceptional eye and is able to truly capture the best angles of property and people. Her photos are vibrant with a real depth that sets us apart both in print and online.
We highly recommend Sara!”
—Grant Henderson, Bayleys
“As a former client of Saras I highly recommend her.
We had quite particular requirements to meet for our product photography and Sara had no difficulty in getting us thousands of great images of our high end watches.”
—Mal Brow, 5:45 Watches
“Searching, intuitive, whimsical, sexy; her images, I was happy to see, were invariably fresh and original, often arresting and had something – that thing – that knocked on my memories of photography from the 1980s and 1990s when the new “raw authenticity” was a quest many shooters attempted but only a handful, with the right balance of emotional and worldly intelligence, managed to achieve.”
—Janice Breen Burns, voxfrock.com