A session at the Toronto Beaches feels like end-of-summer nights wrapped up in a box. It was the perfect evening and the most romantic spot for us to document this chapter of Julia & Anton’s love story. It’s hard to believe they’ve already been married for seven years since their sense of adventure and creativity […]

With Mother’s Day on the horizon, I wanted to share some of my favourite captured moments of the unwavering bond between mother and child. So much of photography is about legacy. It’s about preserving a moment in time that we would otherwise not be able to return to. These images are a peek into my heart […]

When this beauty asked me to photograph her senior portraits I was so so thrilled. One: because Jamie is like a little sister to me and I’m going to miss her terribly when she goes off to Trent next year. And two: because anyone that knows me knows I have an obsession with photographing redheads (I […]

To me, family portrait sessions are about capturing your family as it is. Because the truth is, no kid is perfectly posed all the time. I love documenting playtime, the real snuggles, and the silliness. That’s what makes family beautiful. This sweet trio cracked me up the entire session. Harlow is an adventurous, curious little lady with […]

Fashion editorial photographed at the 2014 Erich McVey Workshop in Bend, Oregon.

Jen and I lived on the same floor in first year at Western, so I was thrilled when she contacted me about doing a mother-daughter session for her Mom’s 60th Birthday present. And what a great present idea, right (I might be a bit biased)? These lovely ladies are too beautiful for words and an […]

“To love the one who loves you, to admire the one who admires you, in a word, to be the idol of one’s idol, is exceeding the limit of human joy; It is stealing fire from heaven.” – Delphine de Girardin All images photographed at the Erich McVey Workshop in end, Oregon | Creative Direction & Styling: Ginny Au assisted by Ashley Nicole | Flowers: Ashley Beyer ssisted […]

London, Ontario

Mamiya 645 1000s | Fuji 400h | Processed & Scanned by Caribou Film Lab