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          We are Ashleigh Needs and Holii Carmody, a contemporary wedding photography and videography duo. Together we continually seek out new and exotic locations, which takes us on many adventures around Australia and the world. We cover the Great Southern and South West, and have been living in this corner of Western Australia for our whole lives. Denmark, Albany, Margaret River, Dunsborough, Yallingup, Pemberton & beyond..
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          We are Ashleigh Needs and Holii Carmody, a contemporary wedding photography and videography duo. Together we continually seek out new and exotic locations, which takes us on many adventures around Australia and the world. We cover the Great Southern and South West, and have been living in this corner of Western Australia for our whole lives. Denmark, Albany, Margaret River, Dunsborough, Yallingup, Pemberton & beyond..
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          In The Wilds is a visual project aimed at preserving precious moments in our clients lives. Our editing aesthetic is clean, classic and timeless. We strive for elegant portraits that can be kept for generations to come. We have a relaxed, documentary style approach to our work, giving subtle cues which results in photography that shows authenticity and natural connection. 
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          In The Wilds is a visual project aimed at preserving precious moments in our clients lives. Our editing aesthetic is clean, classic and timeless. We strive for elegant, romantic portraits that can be kept for generations to come. We have a relaxed, documentary style approach to our work, giving subtle direction that results in photography that shows authenticity and natural connection. 
          AUTHENTICITY  + CONNECTION
          PORTFOLIO
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          In The Wilds acknowledges the history, and the unceded sovereignty of the Noongar people, who have lived on these southern coasts of Western Australia for over 50,000 years. We pay our respects to them and their cultures; and to elders both past and present.