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Jackie and Peter – Calgary Winter Club Wedding

Here’s another fantastic wedding. From the moment I met Jackie, I was blown away by her energy! She apologized for being grumpy for our first meeting, but I didn’t accept her apology, she was too fun to be around. We started with getting ready photos, Jackie at her parents’ house, and Peter at the Winter…

Paige & Daniel – Camp Chief Hector Wedding

Camp Chief Hector, at the entrance to the Rocky Mountains – Where better for a wedding that fused traditional and trendy styles with a nerdy overtone? Paige and Daniel have known each other for ages. Seeing them together was fantastic, they make a great couple! Paige got ready at Camp Chief Hector, in the Forest…

Laura and John – Calgary Relationship Photography

Ah, spring. I love spring. I love the soft, evening light coming across the flowers. Laura and John do, too! For this shoot, we went to a skinny park along the Elbow River in Elbow Park. This is somewhere I want to take more photos! Despite being crammed in between the Elbow River pathway and…

Why I do, and how I got here

First off, this is my first blog post – How exciting! There are loads of reasons to have  blog on my site, and I couldn’t not have one any longer! Today, I want to tell you the story of how I got here and what makes me love wedding photography so much. It all started,…

Melissa and Brendan – Prince’s Island Park Engagement Photos

This one’s about as close as they get to me! I’ve known Brendan since we were both in grade 3. Thing is, Melissa’s known Brendan for just as long! We decided to take this summer engagement shoot to the heart of Calgary – Prince’s Island Park, nestled between two streams of the Bow River by…

Jessie & Jordan – Winter Elopement

This beautiful winter wedding wasn’t supposed to be. The couple, of course, was meant to be – but this wedding takes place in May! I arrived before anyone else in Inverness Square in McKenzie Towne to find it looking a bit different from when I’d visited it the previous week. Still, there was no turning…