Sometimes you just meet people that inspire you so much. For me that is Emily and Taylor. Not only are these two so cute and in love and wonderful to each other, but they are also both young artists pursuing education and work after moving from their home community in Bruce Penninsula to Toronto. As someone else who moved from a small place to a big place, and listening to their stories of their early days in Toronto, it really struck a chord with me. The excitement of the city, the new vibes and places to get used to, the cool neighbourhoods… and their first neighbourhood when they moved there is one of the coolest, St. Lawrence! The first few photos in this post might seem random but they were taken in front of their first apartment in the city, which is a super important place to them. So of course we had to take photos here! They’ve had to move since precious lil Lawson came into the world, but you can tell just listening to their stories what their early times in Toronto meant to them. And so it was an honour to photograph them, hear those stories, and help in creating memories for the future! Thanks so much to these two. <3
Who am I? I’m more than just the little blurb on the front page of my website. I’m also more than what Instagram or Facebook shows you. I’ve lived in different cities, provinces, and countries, I’ve traveled, I write, I play music, I am obsessed with certain video games (Zelda, Final Fantasy, Kingdom Hearts, just sayin), and a lot more!
So I’ve decided to write this blog post so that clients can get a better sense of me before contacting or even after contacting or maybe you think I’m really weird and you want to check out this post to see if it’s true (probs?).
So let’s go back and learn a bit about Kristen!
A SORT OF BRIEF SUMMARY OF WHO I AM
I grew up in Grande Prairie, Alberta, Canada.
That’s closer to the Northwest Territories than the States; it’s technically included in Arctic Circle events. I grew up going to the same school from kindergarten to grade 9 and because of this I still have so many close friends from this school, even though we live all over the country now! As a kid it was a quiet prairie farm sort of town. My family on both sides have been farmers in the area since the early 1900s. It’s a part of my history I’m particularly proud of. We have an AMAZING collections of old photographs from their pioneer lives and I remember being a kid and flipping through all the photos and realizing I was related to those people. Pretty neat! Here are some photos of my family (my dad, mom, and sister) just hanging out and being super 90s cool.
PS: I’m the younger kid!
My parents are super cute and the ultimate love story. They met in junior high but didn’t start dating til grade 12. My dad was like, too cool for school basically and my mom was a good student so it’s like Grease, maybe, that’s what I tell myself hahahaha. They are still married and I love them so much! They are wonderful supporters, so friendly and thoughtful, and took me and my sister on many adventures as kids. My dad introduced me to photography, and my grandma bought me my first camera at 8! I was obsessed. I took so many bad photos of my dog on the couch, running around the house, and I would set my TYs up against a blanket backdrop. I was obsessed.
I have an older sister and she is way too cool for me. When I was younger I always looked up to her reading choices and politics, I forced myself through Jane Austen in like grade 6 because she was reading her and I wanted to also. She’s a gifted writer (my sister, not Jane Austen. But also Jane Austen)!!
Here are my parents being amazing in their youth AND only a couple years ago (second photo by Kate Ediger).
Above are some examples of my early work. Hahahaha. Honestly though, I loved capturing people and things in their natural elements, ever since I can remember. Through all my phases of cameras, film, point and shoots, digital, I was obsessed with finding moments and things just existing without any push from anything else. I loved it. I would have followed my dog around forever taking photos of her running around just existing if I could have, haha! Also yes, I took a model photo of a Grand Champion horse toy and it was honestly a photo I was proud of for SO MANY years as a child. My first attempt at posing something with a nice clean background. I’m pretty sure it was my front yard in the early spring.
I was always a part of the music groups in school, and I played flute and saxophone. It might sound dorky but it was SO much fun. We went on trips to Vancouver, CUBA!, and Toronto, and it showed me that living in bigger cities was possible. After all, the closest big city to us was Edmonton, about six hour drive south. I actually continue to play flute to this day, and I was President of the Simon Fraser University Concert Orchestra in my undergrad—but we aren’t there yet!
I got my first car at 16 and fell in love with driving around the prairies, exploring dirt roads I didn’t know, catching wildlife in the fields, and especially taking my camera out and taking photos of sunsets and sunrises, stormclouds, and especially canola, which is like a neon yellow field in the summer. Me and my friends also loved going out and taking photos of our explorations and there are so many old embarrassing photos of us on Facebook checking out forests and driving around. V exciting but it was so much fun!
There’s not a lot to do in GP when you’re in high school, and I guess driving around with my friends was my big joy haha. I also LOVED going camping. I still do! It was nice to grow up only 5 minutes away from nature. There is the boreal forest right to the north, big rivers surrounding the town, and the Rockies aren’t too far away either. The winters are bitterly cold, and it was normal to wake up and scrape frost off my car to go to school in -35. I don’t know how many times I got stuck in snow or my battery died. A lot! The summers are dry and beautiful, they can be in the 30s, and the rustle of fields of grain in the sun is one of my fave sounds. Unfortunately, right now with climate change, the summers are quickly becoming fire smoke-filled months. It’s heart-breaking. Still, you can’t beat prairie sunrises and sunsets!
After high school I took a year off to decide what I wanted to do. I thought it’d be great to be a photographer or novelist, but I thought I could pursue those endeavours outside of school and should pursue something more realistic. SO, for SOME REASON, to me that meant archaeology! In case you don’t know, archaeology is the study of human history through material culture. Not dinosaurs. Not buildings. Anyway. In this year off I worked at a grocery store (I’ve been working since I was 14! My first job was the GP Public Library), and then I decided I wanted to travel so I went to Southeast Asia, because at that time it was very affordable. This would have been… 2010. I went to Vietnam, Cambodia, and Thailand, all by myself at 19, and it was a wonderful, important, eye-opening, sometimes scary but mostly exhilarating, experience.
Then I did a year at my local college to get my basic classes for university done, and then I had to decide where to go for university! I was still into the idea of archaeology and Simon Fraser University in Vancouver has a great archaeology program. So I applied and accepted without ever having visited it or checked it out. Omg! Luckily my mom came with me a couple months before to scope out the scene. Sometimes I take risks hahaha.
Then my family drove me to Vancouver and I officially left home! It was crazy. It was also just the beginning! I was pretty busy in my undergrad. I continued to work, take classes, joined my student society, joined the SFU Concert Orchestra, met new friends (some of whom are still my dearest pals across the country/world), did a nude archaeology calendar photoshoot (it was awesome and it sold so well and we had 12 archaeologist models!), went to work in Peru (archaeological work) for a summer, and lived in England for a semester, where I took some neat archaeology courses and then also explored the UK and Europe. Phew! I think I also got my scuba diving license. I’m sure there’s more?? I loved Vancouver. I still love it! It is honestly the most beautiful place you could plunk a city. I used to live by the ocean. I had mountain views everyday!! The cherry blossoms in the streets are killer beautiful. Honestly, it’s hard to beat in its beauty and nature!
After graduation I did an internship at the SFU Museum while working. Then I decided that archaeological fieldwork in Canada might not be the future for me. So I applied to the Master of Museum Studies program at University of Toronto and got accepted! So that meant another trip across the country, joining another new music group (Toronto Concert Band), getting involved in the student society again, working, taking a full course load, and writing my thesis. Sometimes I worked like 3 jobs. It was insane!
Below are some photos from my time in Vancouver: my co-presidents for the SFU Concert Orchestra, Nathalie and Adri, my fam and I at my graduation, and me working and exploring in Peru!
Anyway. That’s a summary of my life up til now. I’m still in Toronto, I have a 9-5 in the heritage field, but I still dream of writing and photographing! Funny how you should probably follow your instincts…
Because I took the academic route I did not take photography courses. I’m self-taught. I know that’s not always the way it’s done but I am glad I did it this way! I do love learning though so I’m hoping to take photography courses on certain things, just to be a better photographer for future clients and myself! But you know, that’s all in the future.
Last year, 2018, I got two poems published, which was very exciting! I’m currently working on a poetry collection that is infused with photographs I’ve taken (two of my loves!) and am attempting to work on a novel but it’s hard when you’re busy! And of course, I have Golden Birch Photography, which hit my mid-year goal on clients. THANK YOU everyone for allowing me to follow this passion. It’s so exciting! I can’t wait to keep growing.
Ummm what else….. I love living in big cities! I always wanted to. In Toronto I ride my bike around now and it’s the best thing EVER. If you ever live in a big city, ride a bike! Or a small city! It’s so fun to be a part of it. I love the hustle and chaos of big cities, the old buildings of Toronto, the streetcars rumbling past, the unique cafes and restaurants and stores, all crammed into unexpected places. The bars are amazing. I loved Vancouver too, for different reasons: the nature, the mountains, the ocean at your doorstep, the beautiful skies. It had some of the same hustle and bustle, but not quite to the extent of Toronto. It’s hard to describe the vibrancy of a big city like this. I love riding my bike everywhere and being a part of everything. Too bad it’s so expensive here! It is honestly such an exciting place to live! I’m so glad I’ve managed to experience all the places I’ve lived! I love them all for different reasons.
Still, one of my favorite things is traveling to new places. I love hopping on a plane and landing down somewhere completely new, where I don’t speak the language, where I have to learn and appreciate and respect and try new things. I love exploring new streets and seeing different kinds of architecture, plants, landscapes, foods. I am obsessed with reading and can usually be found with a new book in my bag. I have recently started taking advantage of the Toronto Public Library and it is AMAZING I forgot how much I love libraries (considering I worked in one). I’ve had a ton of jobs, lol, like a lot. All sorts, from bookstores to museums to highway maintenance. I’m all over the map.
I also LOVE gardening, I know like every hip girl on Instagram seems to love gardening now, but when I was a kid my mom and dad let me and my sister have our own gardens and I swear to God going outside and seeing my sweet peas blooming or going out and pulling weeds was like the highlight of my summer days. So I’m happy I can keep growing things and I haven’t killed too many plants (yet).
Last, most importantly, I am with the coolest guy I’ve ever known. He’s kind, smart, funny, so supportive, a crazy talented musician, cutie handsome, thoughtful, passionate, adventurous, hard-working, and amazing. He’s one of the best things to ever happen in my life, no questions asked! Oh yea, his name is Sean.
Some of my favorite things:
-good food, like pasta
-plants! Especially when they thrive and don’t hate me
-a crackling fire; campfire is the BEST smell
-on that note, camping
-listening to records
-going to shows, like symphonies or musicals
-going on walks down new streets
-riding my bike!
-clothes shopping in thrift stores
-driving around the countryside
-PHOTOGRAPHY, especially film. I am deep into film these days
-most things, really, I love life
Some of my least favorite things:
-doing the dishes (boooo)
-my hay fever and allergies (currently in the throes of intense hay fever)
-my expensive décor tastes cause I want to buy so many things and can’t
-when your phone dies in the early afternoon, like wut
-how attached I am to my phone
-mosquitos and wasps
-when you buy something and it doesn’t work/isn’t what you needed
OKAY. That’s a deep dive into my life. I used to be pretty shy, it’s funny, I never would have imagined myself running a business or “promoting” myself in any way shape or form. But then high school hit and I actually discovered I thrive on social interactions and laughing, and then in university I just felt so RIGHT when I was making new friends and trying new things. I’m sure there’s more I could talk about (learning to ride a horse as a kid, dressing up as a pioneer for one of my jobs and the ridonk questions I would get, my obsession with writing fanfic as a youth, great character development in stories) but hopefully this helps you get a better feel for me, understanding of what I dig, and makes you excited to work with me!!!
Photo by Kate Ediger.
Bonus image of 16-year-old me with my first photograph on display: a photo I took in Cuba on an old point and shoot; also, it was published by National Geographic! Dream big my friends! 🙂
I’m so excited to share this cute laid back beach family session! I was concerned the day of because I’d been expecting clouds (good), even some snow (I can do it!) but direct sunlight in the middle of the afternoon on the ONLY sunny day that week? I was a bit worried, truth be told! However, luckily these guys are so chill and it all worked out. It’s also fun trying to wrangle two dogs to sit still for some photos! Either way, it’s always a ton of fun hanging out with families and giving them a good experience and photos! I am definitely not a dig whisperer. It’s definitely hard to remember to get family photos consistently, especially if you feel nervous in front of the camera or you’re very busy. But time flies!! Before you know it everyone will be grown up. (I mean, you can definitely still take photos with everyone grown up!). But there’s nothing to fear! In the end you’ll finally have some of those fam photos you’ve been wanting to have and share! I can’t wait to send them their 10 free prints too, because I firmly believe in giving the gift of a physical product. It is SO important to actually use, hang, and share your photos! <3 Anyway, enjoy these cuties!
Wow! Way back at the end of March I finally got to photograph Kathleen and her beautiful dog Penny. I absolutely LOVE that we took photos just because they are bffs and adorable! I feel so lucky being able to say that I actually get to photograph people (and pups!) just because it’s fun to get your photos taken!! Anyway, enjoy beautiful Kathleen and hyper psycho Penny! Haha. But seriously she just wanted to play, we took the photos where Kathleen works, at the Scugog Museum outside of Port Perry! It’s such a beautiful area and home of the oldest grain elevator in Canada… now I know!
Do you like posts with pups in them? Make sure to check out Julia and Sebastian’s High Park cutie session which includes their adorable dog Rocky!
I was in Cuba for a week. Sure, I spent most of my time relaxing on the beach/by the pool, which was SOOOO NEEDED; did you know I haven’t really taken a vacation or trip since I graduated even from my undergrad four years ago? So this was an undergrad + master’s travel present to myself, and I’d never been to an all inclusive before. It goes against my sensitivities and desire to explore and see new places, to meet real people and eat real food and witness life and understand I am just a tiny part of it. BUT……. endless drinks and swimming in the ocean and seeing thousands of tiny fish circling around me are pretty hard to beat.
While there we did actually leave the resort a few times, and upon discussion afterward we realized that it was both of our favorite parts. So next trip we know will be a good old fashioned backpacking adventure trip. Any ideas where we’ve been discussing? 🙂
ANYWAY. I brought three cameras on this trip because I always overdo it, and I thought it’d be fun to share my faves from each kind of camera and what I liked about each/traveling with each. Okay, onwards! Oh yea, I also had my phone and took photos with that too, but I mostly tried to use it mainly as a timekeeping device and utilize my other tools! I am a big fan of phone photos but I wanted to push myself a bit this trip (we have gotten so lazy and used to taking all our photos on our phones!).
35 MM FILM: NIKON D2000
DIGITAL SLR: CANON 70D
INSTANT CAMERA: FUJI INSTAX SQUARE SQ 6
35 MM FILM
I have been using my dad’s old camera for many years, usually as a side camera and for fun explorations and to better learn manual and composition in-camera. The magic of going to get my photos printed has never worn off and I still get a thrill everytime I see them for the first time. This particular instance I was so pleasantly surprised with the results. My grain is a little high for my liking, and I think that was me playing around a lot with exposure compensation due to the brightness of the beach and the sun. However, I really love how the town ones turned out especially (and of course of my handsome dude!). I am re-obsessed with film again and went and bought more fun film, like Kodak Portra 400, so I’m excited to go take more! Now I know to always take this camera with me on my travels and I’d love to try out different ones and lenses!
DIGITAL CANON 70D
I am currently saving up for a new digital camera (fingers crossed I should have it in the next couple months!! #businessinvestment) but this is still a great little camera that has done me well, and will be a great second camera for weddings, events, etc. I didn’t use it much on this trip because I felt film calling to me more in the nostalgic feelings of Cuba, and I kept the 50 MM lens on it so there isn’t a lot of variety. However, I loved using it to capture portraits of Sean and small things like the trees and the fruit. I should have used it more, especially on the beach, but it was definitely the least used this time. NEXT TIME!
Sean got me this for Christmas and it has quickly become a love of mine. As someone who is obsessed with film and getting it printed, there is nothing more thrilling than getting the photo back IMMEDIATELY. Of course, I screwed up a few photos on this trip because of weird lighting/specks on my camera, but I absolutely love having memories instantly and writing little notes on them. There are now instant photos dotting our apartment, in the kitchen and living room hehehe. I love seeing them! They look great. I love everything about them, and my faves were again the ones we took in town–look how cool they are!! Either way, I think film wins this round, but the point is that it’s so fun to explore and test and play around! In photography you’re always learning and I couldn’t be more grateful. 😀
Interested in seeing more photos from trips of mine? Check out last summer’s trip to Algonquin here!
It’s Valentine’s Day! I totally didn’t plan to time this post to this day, but what do you know, it worked. I was going for a whole ~love~ theme this month, but I do want to stress that I love LOTS OF KIND OF LOVE. Not just couple love but friend love, family love, pet love, LOVE in its many thousands form is kind of a great thing. Sure, we can complain about it and all the pain it brings and our duties and the struggles that sometimes loving a person/people entails, but think of all the GREAT things! Smiling, laughing, feeling close to someone, sharing your life woes, writing stories together, taking photos together, going on adventures and making memories with loved ones. Love is actually pretty great once you open yourself up to it.
This post I share my top FIVE tips I use when photographing love. Sure, I’m still a newbie in the wedding game field and yes, getting my degree changed up my plans a bit, but I still believe in and have a ton of fun photographing love in its many forms. So I’m gonna stop blabbing and here we go!
TIP 1 – make them laugh
I’m pretty sure the only people who find me funny are me and my sister. However, ever since I was a kid I loved making people laugh and I try to use these traits to the benefit of photos! It is easily the best part of being a photographer. Make jokes, be weird, move in strange angles that make people laugh, lie in the dirt or snow or whatever you have to do to get people to smile and laugh. It’s been said to me that I can make people feel pretty comfortable early on and I think it’s because I try to get people laughing and joking right away. I mean I think I’m hilarrrrrious but I won’t be offended if you don’t. One thing I don’t use are those online prompts, cause they are kind of weird and awkward and make people feel weird and awkward. I do love making people run and dance though because sooner or later someone feels ridiculous and laughs and it’s my fave.
TIP 2 – let people be themselves! aka don’t pose a lot
Our job as photographers, at least for me, is not to make the day look the way we want it to. Our job is to capture life as it happens, those smiles and laughs and gentle touches. Those are great moments, and the more comfortable you are as the photographer and people are around you, the more likely you will start to see these real moments. I don’t want people to feel like they’re getting their photo taken; I want them to feel like I’m not even there. Then you get those great genuine moments and feelings and I cry when I see those!
TIP 3 – let a couple make out
This is literally my fave way to start out a couple’s shoot. If you’re shy around photographers or embarrassed or worried (most everyone I’ve ever photographed is!!) don’t worry. My first trick is to ask you to make out pretty early on. The couple will probably laugh and be like omg why and then try it and laugh throughout it and then a) you get great photos of joy and b) IT IS PRETTY IMPOSSIBLE TO FEEL AWKWARD ANYMORE AFTER YOU’VE MADE OUT IN FRONT OF SOMEONE A LOT (this is a proven scientific fact). See below photo series where a makeout resulted in crazy laughter and I love it.
TIP 4 – let them have some quiet moments
People get tired. Photoshoots can be exhausting! So sometimes the best way to capture love–familial, wedding, friends, anything–is to take a step back, find a quiet corner away from the noise and the busy-ness and the insanity, and just let your subjects breathe and have a moment. Kids, adults, anybody, usually a break is needed at some point. Just take a breath and wait for the right moments to snap some shots.
TIP 5 – go on an adventure
THIS IS MY FAVE THING TO DO. I love going on adventures. Let’s go skating! Let’s go hiking! Let me take photos of you dancing in a river or eating pizza or playing board games or walking in a neighborhood we’ve never been before! Adventures mean doing something different. It’s a new memory for the subjects and a great way to get some casual and real photographs. I don’t wanna just stand in front of one tree for an engagement shoot. Let’s explore an old barn hayloft instead! Guys, trust me, adventures are the best. And I love going on them on or off a shoot, so it’s just a sweet sweet bonus when people I photograph are up for it too! 😀
Well those are my top 5 tips that I tend to use in almost every photoshoot! I hope they help someone out there. To end my first post on luuuurve in its many forms, here are two of my best friends back in Vancouver in 2017. Cause I super love them. HAPPY VALENTINE’S DAY!
Hey everyone! This will be a very small blog post, in that it is only a POLL! With ONE question!
I have a lot of fun making PDF guides and want to put out strong content with good design for EVERYONE! So I’m working on it again this year. If you have a second and are interested in getting free PDF guides on certain things (wedding day prep, engagement sessions, posing) please take a second to fill out the poll below! I’ll have it open for ONE week. It would be super hepful so I know what my peeps want to see from me! Thanks guys. 🙂
Welcome to 2019! If you follow me on Instagram or Facebook (or… my newsletter??) you may have noticed that I’ve been focusing on a new year and what that means creatively for me. It’s not goals of numbers or bookings. My goals this year are solely creative, educational, and all about what I love to do: take photos. This little blog post will summarize my three big dreams for 2019 and what that means (for me and you!).
PS: I usually keep these to myself in a notebook that never sees the light of day. However, by making my goals public, I’m hoping it’ll make me a bit more accountable. Will you guys help me stick to it and follow through?! I hope so haha, I’m sometimes kind of hopeless on my own. Aside from these I have so many other goals this year so I gotta stay focused!
1. attend a workshop
I would looove to be able to attend a photography workshop this year, one of those ones where you all camp and drink and sit around a fire and take photos and have a wonderful time and experience. There are so many amazing people in this industry that it can be really intimidating sometimes. I wonder… why bother? But then another part of me thinks “but you can learn so much!!”. So I’ve got a few ideas of some I’d like to attend, but of course that requires $$$ and when you’ve got student debt it puts a halt on your creative pursuits sometimes. Alas!
Any recommendations from my fellow photographers out there? What are some workshops you liked? Who are some photographers that you really admire?
Well that seems vague, you’re thinking. “Learn”? You can say you did that no matter what! No no. I have some specific things I want to learn.
a) Lightroom classes! I can get my way through Lightroom, and understand how it works, but I’d loooove to be so familiar and comfortable with it that I could run it with my eyes closed. I’m mostly going to do this through online tutorials (cause I’m cheap) but can anyone recommend any good Lightroom classes/teachers that are FREEE and online? 🙂
b) Another thing I want to learn is a bit bigger: different mediums! I want to stretch my creativity! Different formats! Different cameras! Different lenses! Darkrooms again! I want to push what my own idea of photography is, what creativity is, what a story is in an image (you’ll notice all the photos in this blog post are from my latest film scans… and I always remember how much I LOVE film when I get them back!!). So I’m hoping to play around with a lot of different cameras this year, OR at least… learn about them! Because that’s good too when you can’t afford crazy gear.
3. photographers without borders school
This is something I’ve been obsessed with for over a year but requires lots of planning and prep work and I have been really bad at it. Photographers Without Borders is an amazing organization that chooses documentary photographers and sends them abroad to shoot for NGOs across the globe. You submit your portfolio, get feedback, pass a system of approvals, and then you can apply to photograph certain jobs, help them send their message out there, and you get more potfolio photos out of it. Of course I’ve been letting my freelance documentary stuff go and it is NECESSARY that this year I build it up, so I can a) get a bigger portfolio and b) take amazing photos for an NGO someday!
Before I can get there I think I would need to attend one of their “schools”, where you pay (of course!) to go on a trip and take photos with them, see what they look for, etc etc. That OR I just need to build up my portfolio and apply without the school. What do you guys think? Should I apply anyway and see what happens?
And there you have it! Not small goals by any means but ones that are really important to me that I’ve been ruminating on the last year or so, but you know–as I always say–master’s degree came first. But I’m done now, so yay! I can try! Do you guys think I can do it? Haha… I firmly believe that by continuing to follow my interests and dreams in this field, I can become a better photographer for my weddings and clients too! I really do believe in the ability of a photographer to be adaptable and that all skills come in handy for cross photographing.
Anyway, leave your ideas, suggestions, or affirmations (I need them!) in the comments, and let’s goooOOO 2019! Maybe in June I’ll do a check in on these and see how they’re going….
I have some of my photographs up at a really cool local cafe in Toronto, Tampered Press! It’s right beside Trinity-Bellwoods Park and a place I’ve visited many times in the past to work and drink good coffee. They have a local artist section of their cafe, and my photos will be up until mid-October! This showing is of some photographs I took while road tripping around Alberta for my master’s thesis last summer. A lot of small towns there are beautiful, but also crumbling as the infrastructure and economy of the province changes. A lot of places felt sort of haunted and abandoned, and I felt that I needed to document it. So a selection of these photos are up (and for sale! heehee) until the middle of October. Here’s a little glimpse of them to get you interested to visit!!
It’s important to keep pursuing those things that you are passionate about. For me, it’s photography, but the many facets of photography. My personal pursuits are just as important to me as documenting cool couples in love, and it’s always the BEEEST feeling to see your work hanging in a shop, seeing people observe your photos, appreciate your work, and just… there’s no feeling like it! Everyone, if you have a passion, pursue it, no matter how small the steps! So I felt like even though it isn’t directly related to my work in the wedding world, I think it’s important to share this part of my life too and let you all know what else I photograph.
It’s always a good idea to have a bio and business cards for interested folks!
I will say these ones are on sale — it’s a first for me, but feel free to go check it out if you live in Toronto and feel like a great cup of coffee & good energy at the same time!! I can’t recommend this place enough!
Here is part two of Kayla and Cory’s wedding! It was an intimate affair, with the couple’s friends and family gathered for a night of memories, laughter, and dancing late into the night. It was so much fun and I was so honored to capture it! Thank you again to Kayla and Cory for one of the best days a wedding photographer can ask for!
You can find part 1 of this wonderful day HERE!
And a few parting shots,with my true favorite at the very end. I hope you enjoyed reliving Kayla and Cory’s wedding with me!!