Posted on October 1, 2012
Kylie and Myles just picked up their wedding photos and I can’t wait for them to see all of them! Seeing the venue for the first time was amazing! They got married in front of a barn in the middle of a grass air strip where they had their first kiss!! Their details were perfect. The weather was perfect. They are perfect.
I first met them last winter when we did their engagement photos on a hike through the Bruce Trail (in somewhat of a snow storm!). It was great! I loved getting to know them and hear their love story. They were made for each other.
(Sorry about the photo over-load, but there are so many perfect moments captured, and I would love to share them all! Here are a few to give you a glimpse of their day!)
Posted on June 12, 2012
I was so fortunate to be asked by Kathy and Jed to photograph their wedding. Kathy and I have in common many friends, as she works where I used to, and had she started a bit earlier, or I left a bit later we would have been co-workers, which I know would have been amazing to work along side of her.
Jed and Kathy had decided on an Engagement session at the Distillery District in Toronto. I had never been, and was oh so in love when I got there. What a great place, so full of character, and so many great spots to shoot! I can’t wait to photograph their wedding next summer! But for now, here are a few of the many images that we created that day!
Posted on March 15, 2012
I was so excited when I was booked for this wedding. I was contacted by the bride’s mom a few months before the wedding date, and it happened to be the only Saturday of the summer that I had off. The wedding sounded amazing…on a private family island on Georgian Bay. I love water. I love Georgian Bay. I love weddings.
As I was driving north on that Saturday morning the sky got darker and darker. I spoke with the bride on the phone (I hadn’t met her yet) and she explained that there would be a delay in picking me up because of a storm that was going through. When I took the water taxi out to their island, through heavy rain and a thunder storm, I kept thinking at least I know how to swim! and all I was worried about was my gear! I had not met the bride and groom yet or their family as they are from the states, but have a cottage here (where the wedding was). I arrived on the island drenched, and I guess I could say not at my best! They were all amazing and so welcoming. The day was full of love and family. I took off my wet shoes when I got there and didn’t put them back on until I left that night. Shot the wedding barefoot which is my dream foot wear!
The day was full of so many personal touches, love, family and friends. I met so many wonderful people. We had a bit of rain (which moved the ceremony into the cottage at the last minute), but it didn’t change the amazing event that unfolded on that little island in the middle of Georgian Bay.