Park Family | Amity family portraits

The Park’s | Amity family portraits

simmsquinn Portrait

Tim (who is friends with our friends Megs and Bro) got in touch and wanted to buy a voucher for an Amity family portrait to give to his wife Shannon (what a freakin’ great idea… just sayin’) How cute is that So we spent a rainy afternoon running on and off the beach, doing cartwheels, chatting and ignoring the remnants …

After shot Claytons Rd beach house renovations

Our Kitchen | Amity Point shack renovation

simmsquinn Renovations

People always comment on our kitchen renovation, good comments, comments that make me feel all warm inside, and I accept that praise because I really love our kitchen as well. It represents months (more like years) of planning, imagination and really freakin’ hard work. As we were going through the process I would look at the space where I know …

After photo of our little renovated beach shack in Amity

Our home’s history | Amity Point beach shack renovations

simmsquinn Renovations

Let me tell you a little bit about the history of this house. Situated on Claytons Road, in Amity, on about 600sqm It was built in 1959 by the owner – Col Bennet and his builder mate, it is made from the materials of their first house which was located on Kindara Street, right on the water, and when erosion …

Toompany Beach bridal party

Kym and Al | local Amity wedding

simmsquinn Straddie Wedding Leave a Comment

One of our favourite things to do is shoot an Amity wedding. We live here and we love it So what do you get when you add a close community, a bride and groom who have been together since they were teenagers. Plus seven bridesmaids, four (or was that 5!) groomsmen and two flower girls. Mix in two different wedding …