Risa was with me at work when my husband texted me for the first time. A couple months later she moved in with me (and our dear Alicia!) and watched my relationship unfold. We shared a lot more than that together, commuting to work (in my car because we were constantly running behind even though […]
Did you hear? My calendar is open for portrait sessions again, including 30 minute mini sessions at my FAVOURITE place to shoot – Aldergrove Regional Park! This is the first mini session I did at Aldergrove Park and I’m eager to do more. Scroll down and you can see why! Lorraine got in touch after […]
Their original wedding date was set for November 7 2020. They planned to let their venue do most of the work and loved the idea of a dark and moody winter party, complete with sparkly lights and lots of celebrating. But, as we all know, 2020 had something different in store for Caitlin & Jordan! […]
In this post, I share how I’m able to blog a wedding just three days after it happens. I mention that part of the reason I do it so quickly is because I want people to see photos when they’re still excited about the wedding! But the reason I even blog these weddings at all? […]
"They are beautiful photos and I think you captured our day perfectly! You were amazing and made us feel so comfortable and relaxed, you felt like one of the family! Thank you for making the trip out here, it meant a lot to us!
Thank you Thank you Thank you!"
"But you make them comfortable, too. You move through life with such humility and realness that others can't help but be real in your presence. Being a naturally awkward soul, your patience and easygoing way of taking pictures brings out the best in us!"
“The first time I saw our wedding photos, I felt like I was reliving the day all over again. Looking at them now, I still feel that way. It was a gift to have you as part
of our day, reminding us to focus on the now while capturing moments we
wanted to hold forever. We are so grateful for your gorgeous photos that
help us to keep our wedding day close."