I am SO EXCITED to hear from you and all about your story!! I love knowing your quirks, your talents, your hobbies, your dreams, how you met, what your wedding day visions are… EVERYTHIING. I also like learning what draws you to my work, and most importantly, to answer any questions you might have without any pressure on you! I will be there for you for every step of the process. I aim to answer all your questions and work with you to provide exactly what you’re looking for on your wedding day. I use the first chat as an opportunity to get to know you better and see if we jive! We probably will!
Once you fill out the form below I’ll contact you with more information and to see if you’ll meet up or chat online. It’s so important that we talk, have a drink, and learn more about each other!
It is SO appreciated when you take the time to fill out this form so I can get to know you better! Thank you in advance for filling out this form below and you’ll hear back from me within 24 hours. I’m so stoked to shoot your wedding!
(If you have one!)
How did you meet? What're your fave things to do together? Who is the social butterfly? What are some thoughts you have on the big day? Tell me lots!
This helps me understand where we jive and why we're a good fit! And so I know how to work best for you!
Do you have anything you want to bring or see? A place you are envisioning? What about a cute little thing you and a significant other might do? Write it all here!
Books! TV shows! Movies! Video games! Travel destinations! Memories! Animals! Beers! Plants! Pick a category and go crazy.


I would like to acknowledge that I live and work on the traditional territory of many nations including the Mississaugas of the Credit, the Anishinabeg, the Chippewa, the Haudenosaunee and the Huron-Wendat communities.
This land is now home to many diverse First Nations, Inuit, and Metis. I am grateful to work on this territory and aim to respect and honour the diversity of Indigenous communities on their traditional lands.

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