Meet Pictures & Hearts

Our Story

Pictures & Hearts, founded by award winning Sydney fashion photographer Amelia Soegijono a decade ago, has been providing hundreds of discerning lovebirds from Sydney and beyond with wedding photography that is magical, effortless, delicate and truly beautiful. P&H has since grown into a team of lovely photographers (we call them storytellers) and designers sharing the same gorgeous vision that it is recognisable for, under the direction of its founder.

Birthed out of fascination with fairy tales and life’s magical moments, Pictures & Hearts combines world class photography and boutique service that will leave you with precious memories that will be treasured for many years to come.


Beautiful wedding photography is not complete without professional, impeccable service to ensure the smoothness and success of your wedding photography experience.

Step into our little french provincial nest in Surry Hills and be greeted with P&H’s wedding consultant and your storyteller for the wedding day. Their warm and genuine personalities will make you feel like you are having a chat with a long lost friend!  Please don’t be shy to say hello!


When you decide to invest your wedding photography memories with us, you have also invested back into this world, bringing change, one smile at a time. Your investments does not stop at your wedding photography, but they continue on to impact the lives of the less fortunate. We actively contribute to organizations that we honestly feel, are doing such an amazing job at making this world a better place.  Some of the organizations we love are Compassion, Australian Cancer Research Foundation, Vision Rescue and Hope 103.2, just to name a few. Our brides and grooms can be proud to know that they have made a contribution to these beautiful causes!

” We cannot do great things on this Earth, only small things with great love.”
Mother Teresa

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Time will never stand still and those moments that bring us such joy become memories in an instant. To capture such a moment and record it forever is truly monumental.

– Joshua Atticks