According to Greek mythology, humans were originally created with four arms, four legs and a head with two faces. Fearing their power, Zeus split them into two separate parts, condemning them to spend their lives in search of their other halves.

      ― Plato, The Symposium

      We are Blossom Daisy Creative, Cass the Creative Photographer & Adem, the backbone behind it all. We fell in love, traveled the world, got married and one day decided this was what we wanted to do, together. We live for quiet moments in life. On the beach, in the forest. We are wanderers, seekers of magic. We believe that life should be cherished, documented with love, intention and reflection.

      Throughout our story, we have fallen in love with the Wedding & Photography Industry, the people, the generosity, the magic. Working endlessly to capture authentic moments that our couples will cherish forever. In search of light, creating mood in the the ever present moment.

      Tell us your story, lovers, we can’t wait to work with you. We are currently based in Chelsea, Melbourne, Australia.




      How did you get into Photography?

      I (Cass) started taking photographs in Highschool, first taking up 120mm analogue. I developed the film & prints in the darkroom on my own. Upon graduating, my series of work in year 12 was exhibited at the Melbourne Museum. It was at that moment I realised I wanted to do Photography as a career. Something changed within my mindset, and my ambitions were left on a high. I was inspired and committed to working hard. I went on to study a BA of Photography at Photography Studies College for 4 years, and graduated with the award of Excellence in 2015. Haven't looked back since! It's been over 12 years.

      What/Who do you enjoy photographing?

      In my personal work, I have an obsession with shooting in the forest. Sometimes going for 2-3 hour walks close to home if it's a foggy and mystical day. In my work with people I love capturing couples who are deeply in love. Couples who contact me because they are LOVE my work and want ME to document them. I believe authenticity can be read in photographs, I do my best to photograph people I have a connection towards, the energy is read through the camera. It is important for me to build a relationship with all my couples, it creates a safe space for raw, real and vulnerable moments. This is the essence of photography.

      What is your love story? Why Wedding Photography?

      We met at our local gym and (literally) fell in love the first time we spoke to one another. After a few weeks, we both jetted off to pre-planned holidays to Europe, and happened to meet up in Santorini. We had our first official date on the Caldera. Romantic doesn't even cut it. 2 years later, after a lot of travel, work and adventures, we went back to Greece. We stayed in the same hotel, too. Adem asked me to marry him that night at sunset. After we got engaged I really dived into shooting Weddings. I suppose wherever you are in life is always a reflection of your inner experiences/feelings. We happened to fall in love and organically that grew into a passion for Wedding Photography.

      What are your hobbies other than Photography?

      We have a lot of friends & family around the world, and do our best to stay connected with them. We love exploring new places, meeting new people, cultures, exploring the seaside, national parks and of course, living in the ever present moment. We both enjoy staying active and living a healthy lifestyle is very important to us.

      Before our wedding in 2019, we bought our first house. It's a few footsteps away from Melbournes Bayside. It has changed our life. We adore daily walks on the beach, no matter the weather. The seaside has created such personal growth, meditative reflection and exciting plans for the future!

      Describe your 'ideal' Wedding to document?

      We adore working with a close-knit team, more than half our couples opt towards not choosing a videographer, or going ahead with one of our recommended videographers. This may seem like a small factor, but it plays a huge part in our creative process and the overall feeling of the day.

      We work together on most days, Adem as my Assistant. From all the parts of the day, my focus is to capture the moments as they unfold. I want to be there for them all. Of course a little bit of planning is involved prior to the day, however, the most authentic and beautiful frames unfold in the moment.

      Choosing to work with us means that we will be there for you throughout it all. Sometimes crying with you, sometimes smiling with you, sometimes dancing with you.

      Describe your 'Photography Style'?

      Throughout the years of studying, I practiced tuning into my inner voice. It's important to know who you are, and what you have to say before you can develop a style. Conceptualising and working on so many personal projects really epitomised my inner voice. I began to tune into what I liked to photographed and how I wanted to photograph it. As the years go by, it became easier, almost second nature. It's really all about knowing who you are, what you want to say, and how you portray it in the world.

      Style comes with time, as you develop patterns, and establish your purpose. If I had to categorize my Wedding Photography Style, it would be, a mix of editorial, fine art and journalism.

      What is BDC Studios?

      BDC Studios was created to showcase our Commercial Work. In the beginning, we blended both aspects of our Weddings & Commercial content and our Wedding clients began to feel confused. It was important to make a clear and concise decision when marketing and sharing our work online and in meetings. Thus, BDC Studios was born and ever since it has been thriving, often working 3-4 times per week with our commercial clients.