On this journal you'll find my latest work - real love, timeless imagery and adventures far and wide.
An intimate vow renewal captured after a Covid elopement on the beautiful island of Nantucket.
Emily and Billy wanted anything-but-cheesy photos that showed how much fun they have together and helped them relax in front of the camera before their wedding day next year.
A cozy autumn maternity session with the Lee Family in their home.
A minimalist palette with modern, yet timeless details. The ceremony mass was held at the Holy Spirit Ukrainian Church in Hamilton, with the reception at Art Gallery of Hamilton (a hidden gem favourite of mine).
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.
An almost decade-long love story. Two students at the Ohio College of Wooster, crossing paths only after she kicked him out of her sorority house for being there after hours. Crossing state and country borders, their love has stood the tests of time and distance. Saying their “I Do’s” in the Kawarthas at St. Peters-on-the-Rock was the perfect sentimental fit. Stony Lake has over half a century of history for Isabelle’s family, as her Great Grandfather built their family cottage there in the 1950’s. A truly idyllic rustic retreat and beautiful setting to get ready in the morning of their wedding.
Stephanie & Evan’s wedding day was one full of abundant joy and countless bouts of laughter. One of those “beautiful inside and out” couples (seriously) and “spoil-my-lens-as-a-photographer” kind of stunning days. Not to mention the timeless but trendy details set against the backdrop of Ravine Vineyard Estate Winery. I am thrilled to have documented this […]
I love the energy of Jewish weddings and I live for photographing a Hora! Capturing it all at Archeo, one of my favourite Toronto wedding venues in the Distillery District, was an absolute treat as well.
Lucy and Bryan said their “I Do’s” in early fall at the most picturesque chapel in Southern Ontario, The Doctor’s House. They were both born on a “17th”, so September 17 was the perfect date for their wedding. Their stunning wedding day, as coordinated by Veronique of Rebecca Chan Events, is one that has stuck with me and I’m so thrilled to finally be sharing it with you.