Category Archives: Engagements
Kaitlyn and Taylor LOVE their neighbourhood. (I mean, can you blame them?) They live in the Beaches, Toronto. So, besides visiting the boardwalk, we also took advantage of one of their old hangs, The Fox Theatre. (Even before they were together, as kids they use to go!)
It was a pretty sweet engagement session. Fox Theatre even customized the marquee light for them.
So, today’s throwback (another from 2014) is Kaitlin and Taylor’s engagement session in the Beaches neighbourhood!
You’ll be seeing this little family a lot more on my blog in future posts! First comes love, then comes marriage, followed by a baby belly and a baby (carriage!)
I love following my couples through their adventures of life and today’s throwback post is another from 2014. Arlene, Jeremy, Merlin and I, hiked around Princess Point in Hamilton during a quick sunset engagement session.
Oh hey! It’s been a while!
I know my blog is needing some loving, so I thought while I was at it, I would just refresh the whole site! Much needed! Please let me know of any little bumps or hiccups (I know previous blog posts the images don’t quite line up anymore…)
Now, while you wait ever-so-patiently for some new blog posts, I hope you’ll take a look at the new galleries section of my site, or hop on over to Facebook. Both will have some recent photos until I can play catch up here.
I hope you love the new look!
p.s. here’s a photo of my sissy Amber, letting me test out some smoke bombs on her. She IS da bomb.
I’m always up for a little road trip. Or in this case, a train trip. I ventured up to Ottawa to check out this lovely neighbourhood and spend a little time with these two. Wandering the inlet off of the canal where Jeff proposed to Jessica. The park close to their home. The shops. The games. Pretty much the cuteness that is Jessica + Jeff. More of their story to come!
p.s. these two just celebrated their wedding anniversary as well! Happy Anniversary you two crazy kids!
Once upon a time, I met this talented piece of arse named Lisa at a photography workshop. She was amazingly sweet and friendly and hilarious. She handed me her business card. That thing was pretty, smooth, and effin’ LEGIT. So was her business card. (hah!) I was intimidated. Obviously this chick had her SHIT together.
Lisa and I became fast photography pals. We shot together, for each other and built each other up. And when she asked me to photograph her wedding. HOLY EFF. I was scared. I don’t want to let my pals down! But when it comes to your photography pals? Whole. Notha. Level.
Love you Lisa. And your talented arse. Hope I did you proud.