Natural, fun, and intimate. My goal in photographing you–your life, your wedding, your experiences–is to capture your story. I strive to photograph people in their element and at their most honest. I love having fun on a shoot and I want to make sure you have fun too! I will probably make a few dumb jokes along the way and I’d love to grab a coffee/drink before the party (photoshoot) begins.

The most amazing thing about people is that we are all so unique and amazing. Everyone has a different story I want to share in your photographs. I love being present and will work my hardest to make you comfortable, secure, and ready to just enjoy the entire experience! I love going on adventures and catching you candidly, when you pretend I’m not around and are just spending time with each other.

I feel honoured and excited to share these moments and memories with you!

Golden Birch Photography is currently based out of Toronto, ON, but willing to go everywhere and anywhere!

The name: My favorite thing about autumn growing up in Northern Alberta were the forests and the multitude of colors: orange, yellow, and red, carpeting the countryside. Birch trees are some of the most lovely: a pleasant surprise, a burst of personality, and delightful to the eyes!


  • Originally from Grande Prairie, AB and has lived in Vancouver, BC and currently in Toronto, ON
  • Loves travelling more than anything
  • Currently getting her Masters of Museum Studies at the University of Toronto
  • Graduated from Simon Fraser University in Archaeology, another passion. Sidenote: has worked in Peru, Alberta, BC, and Ontario
  • Plays flute — and loves it
  • Can sit up reading a good book until 3 AM
  • Loves talking about anything and everything; there is always so much to learn!
  • Enjoys exploring and experiencing
  • Likes nothing better than driving and playing loud music (may include some singing)

If you have any questions or want to get to know me, feel free to message me in the contact page or email me at goldenbirchphoto@gmail.com and we can meet up for coffee/beer/board games/all of the above and a chat!


National Geographic (2)

IPinCH (Intellectual Property in Cultural Heritage)

SFU Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology

The County of Grande Prairie

Downtown New Westminster Business Improvement Area


Mitzi’s Cafe in Toronto, ON: July, 2017

Indigo Books, Marine Drive in North Vancouver, BC: Permanent

Vancouver International Photography Festival, in Vancouver, BC: 2013

Higher quality photos may be available for use and publication. Please contact me me if you’re interested!