Translated from Latin, Bonavita means Good Life. Live. Love. Laugh. These three words form the essence of a good life.

Hi, I'm Deanne, and it is my pleasure to introduce you to Bonavita Photography.  So grab a cup of coffee (or tea), pull up a comfy chair and I'd love to tell you a bit more about my approach to your day.

Bonavita Photography provides a natural, timeless yet relaxed style of photography that tells the story of your wedding day. There's no stuffy posing, just your day unfolding naturally, and me, with my camera. My recent work can be viewed here, on the blog.

I believe that love is love, regardless of your gender and I would love to tell your story.  My style is bright, colourful and bold. I want to capture all the anticipation, the love, the loud moments, the quiet moments, the fun and the giddy exhilaration that is your wedding day. I strongly believe that it's your day, and should be captured your way.

I have a background in Fine Art Photography and Painting.

This perspective inturn influences all aspects of Bonavita Photography. It informs the way I photograph your wedding day, creating a thoughtfulness in regard to light, composition and narrative.

It forms the basis of the choices I make when editing your images so that they convey a sense of mood and evoke emotion.

It influences the way I use narrative when creating bespoke albums that tell they story of your wedding day.

I commit myself whole heartedly to what I do and I'm a perfectionist when it comes to quality- which is great for you!- as each image taken is hand edited, I don't outsource my editing, and I've scoured the globe to be able to offer beautiful albums of the highest quality. You can check out the albums I offer here.

If my approach to the day sounds just up your alley- relaxed, natural imagery that reflects you as a couple thats great! I'd love to here more about your day. Come and say hello.

I am based in Melbourne, Australia and am more than happy to travel.

Thanks, And enjoy your Good Life


owner of Bonavita Photography