On a quiet Friday afternoon in September, Sarah & Myles eloped in secret.

I had the pleasure of filming Sarah and Myles’s elopement in Mirima National Park, a beautiful and sacred place in the Kimberley. They are a fun-loving and adventurous couple who met at a uni party and eventually took the leap and moved to Kununurra together. Myles loves Sarahs beautiful smile and sense of humour, Sarah loves how kind Myles is and how he makes her laugh with his funny accents.

Sarah & Myles chose to have a wedding that reflected their personalities and their connection to the land. They chose Mirima National Park as their backdrop because of its stunning rock formations, native flora, and cultural significance. 

They ended their day by surprising their friends who were gathered, believing that they were there for Myles' birthday! To be honest, I think only one person actually thought it was Myles' birthday haha.

I filmed their wedding using a combination of digital and Super 8 cameras. This mix of styles shows the beautiful contrast between the modern and the vintage, the sharp and the grainy, the smooth and the shaky. I absolutely love using my vintage camera for weddings as it brings nostalgia and sentimentality to a film that is unmatched.

The Feature FIlm

Sarah & Myles,

It was an absolute honour being a witness for your marriage & also being able to document it for you both.

It was the last wedding I filmed in 2023, and my last while living in Kununurra before I move to Broome.

Your elopement was pure magic.

From the bottom of my heart - thank you for inviting me to be a part of it.

Love, Tarna xx

The Super 8mm Film

Stills from the Film

Kind Words

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