On this journal you'll find my latest work - real love, timeless imagery and adventures far and wide.
Fine art film photographer Caileigh Langford captures this bridal shower inspiration in Niagara-on-the-Lake.
Their wedding day at the Penryn Park Mansion (one of my favourite Durham Region venues) was a classic and elegant affair with stunning details and coordination from Princess Weddings.
Excited to have this Sorrento-inspired wedding editorial featured on Hochzeitsguide recently. Our team was inspired by the slower paced classic Italian wedding style, where brides can take a moment to breathe and be present on their wedding day. We focussed on intimate bridal portraiture and details that made us crave warm Italian summer sunshine on our […]
There’s something really special about photographing a couple who has already celebrated ten years of being together before tying the knot! Anna and Nick are that couple. They are the absolute sweetest of the high school sweethearts with their romance dating back to the 12th Grade. They also have particularly great taste in style and […]
An intimate destination wedding at Andaz Maui at Wailea, one of my favourite Hawaii wedding venues.
Julea & Gustaf met while Gustaf was on an international exchange here in Toronto. The two of them met in the Ryerson dorms and have been inseparable ever since. Well, with the minor, tiniest detail that they’ve been dating long distance for five years. They pushed through the daily struggles of being thousands of miles […]
I’m off to Hawaii and France for the next few weeks! I can’t wait to photograph a wedding, two engagement sessions, and spend time with my love! I’ll have internet access for the most part, so I’ll do my best to get back to inquiries as fast as possible. If you’d like to follow along with […]
Their relationship was a welcomed surprise, as they had both just come out of relationships and had never really seen each other in a romantic light. Katherine even thought that she never wanted to get married. Somehow, over a day of boarding at Blue Mountain, a switch was flipped, and they knew there was something there. […]