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Here it is, at long last…. my final wedding of 2013! I felt so privileged to be a part of Katie and David’s wedding day. These two are obviously very much in love, so capturing that wasn’t difficult at all. They opted not to see each other prior to their late afternoon ceremony, so we didn’t have a lot of time or opportunity for outdoor photos, but did they ever make the best of it. While the lighting wasn’t the best, the connection between these two certainly was – and that’s all that mattered to me :). If you’re in the mood for a classic love story, complete with some snowy backdrops, then you won’t be disappointed. Here are some of my favourites so far:

That look… you know, when a groom sees his gorgeous bride for the first time on their wedding day…. it never gets old 🙂

I got to ride around in the limo with the bridal party for a bit, between the ceremony and the reception. As you would expect, there’s usually some sort of shenanigans…. haha 🙂

There’s nothing quite like a classic love song for a first dance…

Oh my love my darling
I’ve hungered for your touch
A long lonely time
And time goes by so slowly
And time can do so much
Are you still mine
I need your love
I need your love
God speed your love to me

The Righteous Brothers

Within seconds of the first dances being completed, the dance floor literally erupted with people…. it was great to see so many people celebrating and truly having a fantastic time!


Katie and David, I hope you enjoy looking back on these images, and get to relive your day just a little bit…. plus see some candid moments you may not have been witness to on the actual day. I can’t wait to share all your images with you and your families ♥

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This is a sneak peek of one of two winter weddings I had the honour of shooting just a few weeks ago. Vickilyn and Phil’s day was nothing short of magical. As a photographer, I couldn’t have asked for anything better…. not only did I get to work with some absolutely fabulous people (including some familiar faces from some of my previous weddings), but the freshly falling snow was icing on the cake – and it made for some pretty amazing images :). Prior to December 2012, I hadn’t shot any weddings in the wintertime – honestly I was a little worried. But, having done 3 now, I’d have to say there’s something pretty awesome about a winter wedding. Yes, the weather is very unpredictable, but the gamble has paid off so far each time.

I have to give props to the bridal party for braving the snow and cold for a few outdoor shots – it was totally worth it, guys, as you’ll soon see – thanks again :).

These photos are not your typical, stand-in-a-straight-line-cheesy-smile type of photos…. but they do tell a story…. a story of a fun and love-filled, snowy wedding day :). Here are some of my favourites so far:

When I’m photographing a wedding, I try to keep an eye on everything that’s going on around me, trying to anticipate candid moments before they happen. And sometimes, I just happen to be looking in the right direction for silliness like this 🙂

I say, “Love, love don’t mean nothing
Unless there’s something worth fighting for.”
It’s a beautiful war

When I hold
The warmth of your body
There is nobody that I’d rather hold

Kings of Leon

This next “first dance” shot was one of those shots that I almost passed over – the shot wasn’t quite how I really wanted it – but honestly I kept going back to it. There’s just something about it that I love 🙂

This obviously isn’t a “perfect” bridal party portrait, but I think it totally sums up this whole crew – they were such a blast to work with. I know you all were freezing for this photo, but thank you again for trusting me and doing it anyway.

Congrats again, Vickilyn and Phil! It was my absolute pleasure to be your wedding photographer. I can’t wait to share all your images with you 🙂

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  • John and Elaine Dickson - Good Evening,
    John and I enjoyed all your pictures ,they were really good , you two had a great life,we have been together 51 yrs the next thing you no it will be that for you two time goes by fast, all the best for you two .love from the Dickson’sReplyCancel


The little doll you’re about to meet gave me a run for my money on Friday. She was not impressed with the camera – that’s for sure – but we still managed to get some pretty great photos. We even got to go outside for a few.  It’s been absolutely frigid lately, but the sun came out and made it just bearable enough to get some snowy photos as well. Although, after that, little miss Eva was fast asleep before we could even get back in the house.  I loved watching her look at the tree, and all the lights and decorations. It’s such a reminder of what Christmas truly is about ♥

These next two – get a load of her gazing at the Christmas tree. That’s the wonderment I was talking about – she is amazed by what she sees. So cute ♥

This is obviously not a pic that will be printed and framed – but it’s funny nonetheless. This sort of sums up how things went for a good part of our session.  And this is quite normal for this age group. It definitely made me laugh when I saw it, so I had to include it 🙂

I love her expression in this one 🙂

Rachel and Jason, it was a pleasure to photograph your little family! I hope you have a fantastic first Christmas with Eva ♥

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For those of you who follow my work, you will definitely remember this little fella. I have had the pleasure of watching him grow up from behind my lens. From that first newborn session, then a very messy 1st birthday cake smash, some fall portraits last year… and now some mid-November shots of just him. He’s 2 & 1/2 and VERY busy…. and only gave me about 20 minutes…. then he was DONE. haha.  But we managed to squeeze in two different outfits – and play outside in the snow – so it was all good. Here are my favourites 🙂

I can still hear him giggling here – I’m not sure what was so funny, but I totally love his expression. (It might have been the farting noises I made to make him smile, who knows. haha). 

Seriously, Dalton, you’re going to be a total heartbreaker.  When you’re not busy hunting, of course 😉

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You may remember this couple from a wedding that I shot just over a year ago. Well, now they are a happy family of 3 ….. 4 if you include their dog Walter 🙂

Mollie has some of the most gorgeous blue eyes I’ve ever seen. She wasn’t quite sitting on her own for this session (and I have the behind the scenes outtake to prove it)… but she did sit unassisted for the first time ever during it! That was exciting to see.  I loved seeing how this family interacted with one another – and as usual, the candid moments are my favourites.

Here’s the behind-the-scenes shot I was talking about…. Dad waiting close by for when the tumbles happened. And they happened quite frequently…. but Mollie didn’t seem bothered at all 🙂

Even Walter had to have a couple of portraits ♥

This quilt holds a very sentimental place for this family. I love when people incorporate little personal touches like this into their sessions – it really makes it that much more special.

See what I mean by her eyes? They are SO blue. No photoshop required. What an absolutely gorgeous baby!

Meghan and Luke, it was my absolute pleasure to have you in front of my camera again! I am already looking forward to the next time 🙂


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