‘Photography is caputuring life as it is, and life is a kaleidoscope of feelings.’

Capturing the very essence of a moment is Lyn Whitfield-King’s ultimate passion. As Australia’s first ever AIPP Grand Master in Photography and an AIPP Professional Wedding Photographer of the Year, Lyn is celebrated for her immense talent and inspiring approach to her craft.

Lyn has photographed hundreds of beautiful ceremonies and celebrations all around the world, from a stunning Indian wedding in New Delhi, an exclusive reception at the Raffles Hotel in Singapore, a Persian Navjote at Princeton University in Jersey, portraits in New York’s Central Park, to the communion in London of the son of a former Mexican president.

Lynn’s portrait subjects have been equally diverse, ranging from mothers and babies, high profile politicians, wine makers, Supreme Court judges, film producers and CEOs.

Architectural subjects also feature in Lyn’s portrfolio, where she has photographed a variety of different environmets including residential homes, apartments, commercial offices and recreation centres.
“I love taking shots of interesting buildings,” she admits.

Based in Perth, Lyn travels regularly to weddings all around Australia and the world.



  • Fellow of the Australian Institue of Professional Photography (AIPP)
  • Australia’s first AIPP Grand Master Photographer
  • Sixth Gold Bar (six-time Masters AIPP)
  • AIPP Professional Wedding Photographer of the Year
  • AIPP Professional Portrait Photographer of the Year
  • AIPP Gold Award for Excellence in Professional Photography (10)
  • AIPP Professional Wedding Photojournalist Photographer of the Year
  • Athol Smith Award of Excellence in Black & White Photography
  • Ilford Trophy for the Highest Scoring Print in Australia
  • Townsend Colourtech Award for Highest Scoring Formal Portrait

Lyn’s work has also been showcased in a number of The Collection books including The Fuji ACMP Australian Photographers Collection. Images in The Collection are selected by competition on an annual basis as representing the best of Australian photography.